Our top priority is to save your tooth, but when it is damaged beyond repair, a tooth extraction is often necessary to avoid infection and pain.
Tooth extraction is often the first step before tooth replacement and can be accompanied by bone grafting to improve the outcome of future tooth replacement.
Not all wisdom teeth need to be extracted. However, if they have cavities or they increase your risk of gum disease and infection, they may need to be extracted to improve your dental health.
If you have wisdom teeth that you are concerned about, call us for a consultation to determine whether they can be left alone or would benefit from removal. Learn more
At Newbury Dental, we know there is a lot of anxiety associated with dental treatment. We offer oral sedation as a safe option to reduce dental anxiety during your treatment. Inquire about your sedation options if you are anxious about receiving dental treatment! Learn more
Whether you are missing one tooth or multiple teeth, dental implants offer a permanent and natural looking tooth replacement solution. We use Cone Beam CT (CBCT) technology and an intra-oral scanner to capture 3D images of the mouth and jaw, to plan implant surgery digitally. This allows us to visualize and manipulate the images of a patient’s jawbone and surrounding tissue to improve the precision of implant placement.
Our clinic uses implants engineered and manufactured by Straumann®, which is considered to be a global leader in implant dentistry.
If you have excess gum tissue or a gummy smile, your teeth may appear shorter than you would like them to be. Crown lengthening can be done to reduce the excess gum tissue and may be used in conjunction with porcelain crowns to help improve your smile. Learn more