If there is not enough room in your mouth for your wisdom teeth to grow in, this can often result in impacted teeth, infection or other oral health issues. Impacted teeth are common for many people and tend to grow in at an angle toward either the next tooth or the back of the mouth. In other situations, the tooth may grow straight up and down and still remain trapped within the jawbone. In order to correct this problem and prevent your new wisdom teeth from affecting your other teeth, we may recommend a wisdom teeth removal.
You may require a wisdom teeth removal if you suffer from the following issues:
To keep your teeth healthy, our dentist can first examine the position of your teeth and wisdom teeth to determine if a removal is the right path of treatment for you. We will go above and beyond to ensure your treatment is as comfortable and convenient for you as possible. If you would like to learn more about wisdom teeth removal, contact our team today or schedule a visit with our dentist!