Tooth and root extraction
If removal of a tooth is not successful or possible using conventional methods, the intervention of an oral surgeon is required. In some cases, it is necessary to extract the root of a tooth when either the root of an earlier extracted tooth remains in place, or because the teeth incline towards the root and constrict the area concerned.
Wisdom tooth extraction
There is often not enough space for wisdom teeth to come through, which can result in inflammation of the gums. Wisdom teeth are also prone to decay. Abnormal eruption of wisdom teeth can lead to crowding of the adjacent teeth and bite problems (malocclusion).
Extraction of impacted teeth
Sometimes teeth either completely or partially fail to emerge from the gums. This can lead to cysts and infections.
The balance of your posture can be linked to wide range of issues, including headaches, toothache, various chewing and swallowing disorders, neck and shoulder pain, backache, dizziness, tinnitus, eye disorders, ringing in the ears and morning fatigue. An imbalance in your posture can also cause trouble for your teeth, potentially causing surface abrasion, increased sensitivity, loose teeth, and even tooth loss.
Restoring balance isn't only vital in order to eliminate problematic symptoms. Responsible dental treatment should also only performed with a patient whose body is in balance. This is because what happens in the mouth can impact other parts of the body, in the same way that old injuries or giving birth can affect your temporomandibular joint and your teeth.