At the office of Dr. Richard Sadowski, we prioritize your comfort at every visit, keeping you informed and at ease throughout your course of care. We aim to provide stress-free solutions for all your dental healthcare needs, including 02563 extractions. Our team of professionals provides skilled and compassionate care to mitigate any anxiety or worry you may experience regarding treatment.
Typically, we do everything we can to treat a compromised tooth and maintain it in the dental arch, however, in some cases 02563 extractions are needed. A tooth that has been damaged by extensive decay or injury may require an extraction in order to preserve the health of the adjacent teeth, surrounding tissue and supporting bone structure. When a wisdom tooth is impacted or poorly positioned, it may need to be extracted to prevent or resolve oral pain, bite problems and infection. A baby tooth that is reluctant to fall out on its own may need to be extracted in order for the permanent tooth to erupt in its place. Our dentist will perform a comprehensive examination, with the use of advanced digital radiography, as needed, to determine if an extraction is the most conservative, effective approach to treatment. We take the time to address any questions you may have, helping you make the most informed decisions. If your tooth needs to be replaced following an extraction, our dentist will discuss with you our state-of-the-art solutions for prosthodontic treatment, which include dental implants, fixed bridges and customized dentures. Dental implants represent the most advanced solution for the replacement of missing teeth, recreating the appearance and function of natural teeth with incredibly realistic results.
For compassionate care from an experienced dentist and staff, visit us at the office of Dr. Richard Sadowski. We utilize leading-edge approaches for the most gentle and precise 02563 extractions. To learn more or to schedule an appointment, call today.
90 Route 6A, Suite 2
Sandwich, MA 05263
By John L. Peterman, DMD
April 16, 2018