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Canal Calem Periodontics Pair Skilled Care with Sedation Dentistry, Offer Trusted Tooth Extractions in Moorestown, NJ

Canal Calem Periodontics Pair Skilled Care with Sedation Dentistry, Offer Trusted Tooth Extractions in Moorestown, NJ Drs. Mario J. Canal and Ben Calem, trusted periodontists at Canal and Calem Periodontics, are welcoming patients who may potentially require a tooth extraction in Moorestown or Medford, NJ, due to advanced periodontal disease, in preparation for dental implants or as a result of another oral health issue.

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MOORESTOWN, N.J., September 24, 2018

MOORESTOWN, N.J., September 24, 2018 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Drs. Mario J. Canal and Ben Calem of Canal and Calem Periodontics, are welcoming new patients in need of tooth extraction services to their practice. This may include those whose teeth are no longer functioning properly, weakening their oral health. Not only do Drs. Canal and Calem regularly perform both routine and more complex tooth extractions in Moorestown, NJ, and their Medford, NJ, locations, but they have the ability and training to replace extracted teeth with long-term, permanent dental implants in order to restore complete oral function immediately.

As the American College of Prosthodontics has noted, 120 million people in America are without at least one natural tooth. In many cases, those individuals had a tooth surgically removed by a capable specialist, such as a periodontist. Although Drs. Canal and Calem first try to save patients' teeth in lieu of extracting them, this may not be practical in all cases. If a tooth is impacted, has severe decay, or has been damaged beyond repair, it may be best to have it removed. However, missing teeth can also become a health issue if they are not replaced.

When a tooth is extracted or lost, the space it once occupied will start to change shape. Other teeth may shift as bone degrades and the gumline becomes "sunken in." Additionally, bone reabsorption can lead to progressive bone loss and even set the stage for periodontal disease. For this reason, Drs. Canal and Calem carefully evaluate each patient to see if dental implants after a tooth extraction is their best option. If this treatment is an ideal course of action, the periodontal team can perform dental implant placement in-house. In some cases, this team will also advise ridge augmentation immediately following a tooth extraction. This ensures the socket preserves proper shape and a dental implant is placed in a healthy foundation with lasting results.

Drs. Canal and Calem understand that having a tooth extracted can make many patients uneasy and that more than 15 percent of Americans avoid receiving the dental care they need as a result of dental fear. As a result, Canal Calem Periodontics offers minimally invasive care using the latest dental technology and pair each treatment with custom sedation dentistry whenever necessary.

Those who think they may need a tooth extraction in Moorestown, NJ, and Medford, NJ, can learn more about Drs. Canal and Calem and their state-of-the-art facility by visiting

About the Periodontists

Canal Calem Periodontics offers modern periodontal treatments for patients in Moorestown and Medford, NJ. Since 1993, Canal Calem Periodontics has been a resource in South Jersey for providing comprehensive periodontal and implant therapy. Working closely with the general dentist, Drs. Mario J. Canal and Ben Calem strive to improve their patient's oral health and re-develop their dentition, where necessary. Both Drs. Canal and Calem are active in the community through their involvement with Donated Dental Services and The Holocaust Survivor's Program. In addition, their strong belief in organized dentistry has led them both to serve as President of the Southern Dental Society. To learn more about the services they offer or to schedule a consultation at Canal Calem Periodontics visit or call 609-953-3700 for the Medford, NJ office or 856-439-1200 for the Moorestown, NJ location.


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Last Updated: 24-Sep-2018