Wisdom Teeth Extractions
|Insufficient space in your jaw.
|Bone or soft tissue is blocking the path of the wisdom teeth, preventing them from properly erupting through the gums.
|The teeth are growing at an angle, or sideways, rather than growing up and out through the gum tissue.
|Overcrowding. If the there is not enough space in your jaw to accommodate your wisdom teeth, the emerging teeth can force your other teeth out of alignment. This leads to overcrowding, which alters your bite, can increase your risk for tooth damage and affects your abilities to bite and chew properly.
|Localized infections. A partially erupted wisdom tooth is more difficult to effectively clean. Improperly cleaned, the tooth is at an increased risk for developing a localized infection called pericornitis.
|Cysts. A cyst is a fluid-filled sac that forms as a result of infection or tooth impaction. Without treatment, it continues to grow larger and can destroy bone in your jaw.
|Damage to adjacent teeth. If the wisdom teeth are angled toward the adjacent teeth, they can grow into these teeth. If the wisdom teeth make contact and continue to grow, they can damage the adjacent teeth, which can cause serious complications or even the need for the adjacent teeth to be extracted.
WE TREAT OUR PATIENTS WITH RESPECTWe believe in educating patients about their treatment options and listening to their questions and concerns.
WE BELIEVE IN HEALTHY TEETH FIRSTWe focus on prevention so that you keep your smile healthy. We provide excellent comfortable care for all procedures.
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