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Wisdom Teeth Removal

Wisdom teeth are the last teeth to erupt in one's late teens or mid twenties. Some adults get their wisdom teeth earlier or later. If they align properly and gum tissue is healthy, wisdom teeth do not have to be removed. Unfortunately, this does not generally happen. Your mouth is made to accommodate 28 teeth, so whenever those extra third molars (wisdom teeth) arrive bacteria can get into the area around them, causing infection which leads to swelling, sometimes an unpleasant odor and pain which may affect the jawbones or neck.

Wisdom teeth can cause significant damage to surrounding healthy teeth and gums. The flap of gum tissue that covers a partially submerged wisdom tooth also provides a great breeding ground for bacteria that can cause long-term gum problems around adjacent teeth. This type of gum infection can sometimes flare-up quickly and painfully without much advance warning. Therefore, the extraction of wisdom teeth is necessary when they are unable to properly erupt within the mouth.

Wisdom teeth extraction Procedure

The procedure starts with an oral examination (consultation) and an i-CAT scan of the mouth to identify the position of the wisdom teeth relative to vital structures, such as nerves and sinuses. It also helps in planning the treatment and predicting the may be present or future problems and treat the situation immediately.

In order to maximize patient comfort and convenience the surgery is performed under appropriate anesthesia right in our office. The dental specialists has the most experienced, well trained and licensed surgeons for performing the surgery. All the services are provided in an environment of optimum safety, utilizing modern monitoring equipment and our well-trained staff with the latest anesthesia techniques and procedures.

If the wisdom teeth are making your life uncomfortable, just walk in to the dental specialists and see the difference in the best possible ways.