Wisdom Teeth Removal

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Why You Might Need Wisdom Tooth Removal

Wisdom teeth usually erupt, or come in through the gums, around the age of 17. Because they are the final teeth to arrive, these extra molars can cause overcrowding that could affect your oral health. Overcrowding can prevent the four wisdom teeth from erupting completely through the gums – dentists refer to these teeth as impacted wisdom teeth. Impaction and overcrowding can contribute to long-term oral health issues. As a result, many dental professionals recommend removing the wisdom teeth as soon as possible.

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Am I a candidate?

Are you experiencing any of the following issues?

  • Gums that are red, tender, swollen, or bleeding
  • Jaw joint pain or aches
  • Swelling around your jaw
  • Chronic bad breath, known as halitosis
  • Headaches
  • A sour taste or unpleasant taste in your mouth
  • Pain or stiffness when opening or closing your mouth
  • Swollen lymph nodes in your neck

Benefits of Wisdom Teeth Removal

  • Assists with proper teeth alignment
  • Prevents overcrowding and impaction
  • Reduces chance of infection
  • Prevents damage to the jawbone holding your teeth in place
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Only $200, which is applied to treatment when scheduled.

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