Unfortunately, despite our best efforts, teeth can sometimes be impossible to save. If cavities have become too deep, or damage has become too extensive, often extraction of the tooth is the only answer. Losing a tooth doesn’t have to be the end of the world, and it doesn’t mean you have to stop yourself from smiling in public for the rest of your life.
Jackson’s front tooth was damaged approximately 10 years ago in a football game. At the time of the incident, his tooth was treated with root canal therapy and a crown – both of which had failed after a 10-year stint. The tooth was no longer viable to keep, and Jackson was worried about the aesthetic implications of loosing his tooth. The Care Dental Camberwell dentists suggested an implant as the best way to overcome the aesthetic and functional side effects of losing a tooth.
Before, Jackson’s main issues were: