Here in this practice, in oral surgeries, we we do take ah wisdom teeth. I can get it extraction. We can do some of those with some teeth out. Basically because those teeth that do create some problems on patients mouth. It's a very difficult area where patients have trouble giving them clean areas where if plaque and bacteria gets accumulated they can start creating an infection that will affect teeth that they do need. So patients will come with a wisdom teeth, we, in a very comfortable way, we can remove them and help them get into more comfortable and healthy mouth.
All of our procedures are performed to adhere to our pain-free dentistry philosophy. Whether you’re a local or traveling a great distance to visit us, if you have dental anxiety, our San Antonio, TX dental office can be trusted to treat you with compassion and high-caliber care.
A tooth can sometimes be saved with a root canal treatment. If we do have to extract your tooth, it will likely be due to severe infection, trauma, or extreme damage. In the case of wisdom tooth removal, yours may need to be extracted because they pose a threat to the appearance of your smile or the health of your mouth.
Bone And Gum Grafts
Bone loss often occurs after tooth loss. A bone graft is commonly performed when your jawbone is not substantial enough to support a dental implant. The graft will stimulate new bone growth.
When your gums recede, they expose the roots of your teeth and increase risk of infection, which can lead to tooth loss and cause chronic bad breath. A gum graft is similar to a bone graft and is done when you need to build up your gum tissue. Gum recession is often treated using a gum graft.
Your gums are naturally a certain height and width. Following tooth extraction or to prepare your mouth for a dental implant, your dentist might suggest a ridge augmentation to build back up the shape of your gum and bone around your empty socket.
It makes total sense that you would choose an award-winning dentist like Dr. Moore for your oral surgery procedure. His expertise in cosmetic dentistry and tooth replacement means that he’ll be able to see your teeth through every stage of renewing your smile.
Call us today at 210-951-4444 or use our online form to schedule your Oral Surgery San Antonio, TX area appointment. If you’re not from San Antonio, TX, an out-of-town visitor, please let us know if there’s anything we can do to accommodate your travel schedule.