Preserve Your Smile By Having Your Wisdom Teeth Extracted

Wisdom teeth are the third and final set of molars most people develop in their late teens or early twenties. They are so named because they typically appear at a time when young people are considered to be developing wisdom.

Does everyone need to have their third molars removed?

A small percentage of people will be able to leave their wisdom teeth in place and not experience oral health problems. However, for most patients, wisdom teeth will eventually crowd or damage their nearby teeth, causing pain and even infection. It’s for this reason that we recommend that wisdom teeth be removed before problems start.

What benefits are associated with having wisdom teeth removed?

Extraction can help preserve the health and function of nearby teeth by preventing them from being damaged, misaligned, or crowded. It can also help reduce the pain and discomfort caused by wisdom teeth that become impacted or infected. In some cases, removing wisdom teeth can also improve a patient’s appearance by helping them achieve and maintain a straighter smile.

If you are considering wisdom teeth extraction or suspect you may require it, call us today to arrange a complimentary consultation! We’ll assess your individual situation and recommend the best course of treatment that will suit your unique needs.

Contact Us Today About Wisdom Teeth Extraction

  • Avoid issues with infection, impacted teeth, and more
  • Alleviate any pain caused by crowding, impacted teeth, cysts, and more
  • Maintain a straighter smile
  • Undergo a safe, routine extraction procedure
  • Prioritize your oral health!

  • *Please note that while we do offer New Patient Specials and an In-House Dental Savings Plan, we do not accept Medicaid or similar insurances.
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