At Greenwood Dental, a tooth extraction is usually a last resort after we have exhausted all other options. We’ll do everything to help you keep your natural teeth, but sometimes, an extraction is what’s best for a person’s oral and overall health. We often need to perform an extraction if:
Once a tooth extraction has been completed, we will work with you to find a replacement option so you don’t have to deal with an incomplete set of teeth. If you choose to get dental implants, Dr. Greenwood may need to perform a bone grafting procedure in order to make sure your jaw is strong enough to support a new tooth. Dr. Greenwood has performed hundreds of these procedures in the past, and he’ll ensure that your new tooth/teeth can be safely placed at the appropriate time.