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Issues with your wisdom teeth? Our wisdom tooth removal team offers free evaluations to determine whether extraction is the most beneficial course of action for you. Should extraction be the advisable route, our team is committed to delivering a safe, comfortable, and seamless experience.
When is wisdom tooth extraction the best option?
Extraction isn’t always the go-to solution for wisdom teeth issues. However, certain scenarios warrant serious consideration for removal:
- NPartially erupted wisdom teeth can lead to discomfort and potential bacterial infections.
- NMisaligned wisdom teeth that are difficult to clean, increasing the risk of decay.
- NWisdom teeth that lack sufficient space to emerge, potentially causing crowding or damage to adjacent teeth.
Why choose us for wisdom teeth extractions?
We understand that wisdom tooth extraction can feel intimidating. To ensure your utmost comfort, we offer oral sedation, nitrous oxide, and IV sedation.
Have wisdom tooth pain? We’re here to help. With flexible scheduling options, we aim to provide immediate attention and alleviate your discomfort as quickly as possible.
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Answers to your questions about wisdom teeth
What are wisdom teeth and why are they often removed?
Wisdom teeth are the third set of molars at the back of your mouth. They often need to be removed due to lack of space, leading to pain, infection, or other complications.