Safely Extracting And Replacing A Badly Damaged Tooth

In cases of dental injuries, your Prairie Village, KS dentist will attempt to save a tooth from being lost. In many cases, emergency dental work can preserve a tooth, and allow your complete smile to stay intact. Unfortunately, some injuries are just too severe for this to be an option. If you find yourself in this situation, you can be relieved to know that a damaged tooth can be safely extracted, and you can have a replacement that provides valuable support. A dental implant-supported prosthetic is capable of staying secure while you bite and chew, while also allowing you to maintain your appearance.

Reviewing The Condition Of Your Tooth After An Injury

During emergency dental work, your dentist will check on the condition of your tooth. If the tooth can be saved, your dentist can provide the appropriate restoration. Injuries often result in the placement of a dental crown, which can offer protection while also mimicking your natural enamel. If the root is damaged, or if there is not enough healthy material to support a crown left, your dentist can make plans to safely remove it before making plans to provide a prosthetic.

Safely Extracting Your Tooth

A professional tooth extraction can see a damaged tooth removed before it creates problems. Having a tooth professionally removed can protect you against potential injury, and ensure the tooth is fully and properly taken out. Your dentist can offer extra support in the form of dental sedation, which can allow you to feel relaxed while treatment is being performed.

A Lifelike Prosthetic Can Help You Feel Comfortable With Your Smile

While it may be necessary to have a tooth removed, you can be understandably interested in having what you lose replaced. Fortunately, modern prosthetic units can be custom-made to fit in with your smile. A dental implant can be set directly in your jawbone, which will serve as a prosthetic root for your prosthetic tooth. After this procedure is performed, and you have had time to heal, your dentist can supply you with your restoration. This arrangement helps you feel confident in your repaired smile, and it can give you key support that helps you bite and chew food.

Dr. Browne Can Help You Recover From A Serious Tooth Injury

Hopefully, you will never have to find out what your dentist can do for you to address a tooth. With that said, you can be confident that Dr. Browne is ready to help in the event something does happen. Our practice is proud to serve the Prairie Village, KS community, and those in surrounding and neighboring areas. If you wish to learn more, or if you would like to schedule a visit with Dr. Browne, contact our office today at (913) 901-8585.