A Dentist may recommend tooth removal to avoid any complications and keep your mouth healthy. We will carefully evaluate positioning of your teeth, any damage or traumatic occlusion, and determine whether it is necessary to have the tooth extracted


The wisdom teeth are the last to erupt and thus, there is often insufficient space for them to grow in as they should. Therefore, these teeth may become fully or partially impacted(unable to fully erupt into the oral cavity) and they may start growing at the wrong angle and cause damage to the adjacent tooth.


A bone graft is surgical procedure that may be required if your bone is not dense or thick enough. There are typically better results with the bone taken from your own body, but we can use artificial bone material from a tissue bank if needed. The jawbone then grows together with the bone graft, creating a dense and thick foundation for a tooth replacement