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Take Advantage of Gentle Tooth Removal in Stone Mountain, GA

One of our top priorities at Blankenship Family Dentistry is to save a patient’s tooth whenever possible. Dr. Blankenship and Dr. Jordan have a number of restorative options in our Stone Mountain, GA dentist office to repair and strengthen your teeth. Sometimes, however, a tooth is so badly damaged or diseased that tooth removal is necessary to preserve the health of your other teeth and gums.

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Below are some advantages of removing a tooth in this condition:

  • Stop toothache pain so you can relax again.
  • Improve your overall oral health.
  • Protect your body against possible disease from an infected tooth.
  • Give your smile a healthier, more aesthetically pleasing look.

Plus, we offer oral sedation with a small pill if you need help relaxing during your procedure. Call us today at 770-766-8995 to schedule your appointment.

Replace Your Missing Tooth

Once your tooth is removed, it is best to get a new replacement tooth to avoid jawbone deterioration and shifting in your other teeth. We offer several ways to restore your tooth that will prevent these problems as well as make chewing easier and improve the look of your smile. These options include:

  • Dental implant restoration– We work closely with an oral surgeon who can place a titanium tooth implant in your jaw. After healing, we can secure a porcelain crown to it. If you need more than one tooth replaced, multiple implants give you options for implant bridges and implant dentures as well.
  • Fixed bridge– This appliance fills in missing teeth and attaches on either end to your existing teeth.
  • Dentures– Conventional full dentures will replace a complete set of teeth on your upper jaw, lower jaw, or both. If you have some healthy teeth remaining, partial dentures will fill in your smile.

Call us today for gentle, easy tooth removal: 770-766-8995. Get out of pain and protect your health!

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