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As wisdom teeth start to grow in, it can be very uncomfortable for many people, especially if their mouth isn’t big enough to accommodate the large teeth. Wisdom teeth can be intrusive and cause pressure and pain in the back part of your mouth. In many cases, dentists suggest wisdom teeth extractions to prevent bigger problems in the future.

Why are Wisdom Teeth Extractions Needed?

There are a number of reasons why you might benefit from wisdom teeth extractions, and you should talk with your dentist to determine if you need to schedule time for this procedure. Tooth extractions are typically designed to save you from problems that can develop if the back teeth grow in.

These are a few problems that can be avoided if you have your wisdom teeth removed:

  • Dental crowding
  • Ruining previous dental cosmetic work
  • Pain
  • Pressure
  • Tooth decay
  • Nerve and jaw damage

Untreated wisdom teeth can often lead to many dental problems in the future, which is why it is usually suggested to have the wisdom teeth removed before they grow in.

The following procedures are offered at our OMS clinics:

  • The All-On-Four Procedure
  • Removal of Wisdom Teeth
  • Surgical Extractions
  • Dental Implants
  • Corrective Jaw Surgery
  • Bone Grafting
  • Radiography
  • Oral Pathology and Biopsies
  • Sleep Apnea + Snoring Treatment
  • Facial Trauma Surgery
  • Surgically Accelerated Osteogenic Orthodontics
Some pain and swelling are normal, but you can lessen discomfort and heal faster by following these tips.
  1. Your dentist may recommend you get your wisdom teeth removed for a number of reasons, including overcrowding, cavities, infections and disease. …
  2. Plan ahead. …
  3. Watch what you eat. …
  4. Rest as much as possible. …
  5. Open your mouth.

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