Wisdom Teeth Removal in Allen, TX

What are Wisdom Teeth?

Wisdom Teeth is the term dental professionals and oral hygienists use to refer to the four permanent teeth that all adults have located at the bottom and upper back corners of the mouth. Whether it be because of impacted wisdom teeth, or because there is a significant amount of pain associated with them, wisdom teeth can often become problematic, leaving one with no other choice than to remove one or more of them.

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Are your Wisdom Teeth coming in?

Wisdom teeth are the last of all human teeth to develop and are thus associated with adulthood. Most commonly they appear between the ages of 17 and 25, although there are people who never develop wisdom teeth at all. However, it is very common for people to end up developing impacted wisdom teeth, due to lack of room in their mouth, and their impacted teeth can appear completely or only partially erupted.

One fact to bear in mind is when it comes to complications surrounding wisdom teeth is that, since impacted teeth tend to lead to significant problems later on in life, there are many dental professionals who may even recommend getting the impacted teeth removed regardless of whether any notable issues have been detected or not. This would be considered a preventative measure, since dental complications that go unattended tend to rapidly escalate into potentially more serious complications.

Impacted Wisdom Teeth

There are several ways in which wisdom teeth can become impacted. Wisdom Teeth could grow at an angle facing the next tooth or the back of the mouth; it could develop “backwards”, at a right angle to the other teeth; or it could also end up growing perfectly straight up, but incompletely… with a section of the tooth remaining within the jawbone.

The issues and complications resulting from having an impacted wisdom tooth are many and varied. Here are some of the most common ones:

– Persistent pain.
– Food getting trapped around the tooth.
– Infection or disease in the gums.
– Evidence of a dental cavity.
– A cyst developing around the wisdom tooth.
– The straightening of the other teeth being compromised by the impacted tooth.

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Wisdom Teeth Extraction Process

Deciding where to complete your oral surgery procedure is a task most people dread completing. Here at North Texas Dental Surgery Wisdom Teeth and Implant Center, we make this process as easy as possible. Offering a luxury experience at an affordable price we will make sure your surgical experience is so impeccable you’ll send your family to us.

During your consultation you will have a 3D scan taken of your entire mouth. A board-certified specialist will be able to diagnose the necessary treatment options using this advanced technology, aiding the surgeon in his procedure to ensure you have the best recovery process. All surgical options will then be transparently presented to you. This will allow you to make the most informed decision on your treatment needs.

Anxiety during any dental procedure is at the forefront of all minds when going to the dentist, let alone having a surgical procedure done. To help with this fear, we offer Conscious IV Sedation. Conscious IV Sedation allows you to come in for your procedure and fall asleep before the surgery begins. After the treatment is finished, you will wake up from a pain free and well-deserved nap.

Wisdom Tooth Healing

Post Op care is very important for your oral mouth health. Following your take home instructions will be vital to ensure proper healing occurs and no complications arise. If you have lost or misplaced your post op care sheet, please see the link below.

Post OP Video

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