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Wisdom Teeth Extraction
Wisdom tooth extraction is a surgical process performed by a dentist to remove one or more of your wisdom teeth. Wisdom teeth are the third set of molars situated at the back of your mouth. They usually come in late teens and early twenties. Most individuals have them extracted for one of the following reasons:
- They are impacted. Because they are located at the back of your mouth, wisdom teeth may not grow as normal as other teeth. They can be ensnared in your gums or jawbone, which is quite painful
- They come in at the wrong angle. They may press against your other teeth
- Your mouth or jaw does not have enough room for an additional set of molars
- You have cavities or gum disease making it impossible to brush or floss the wisdom tooth
While most wisdom tooth extractions end up with temporary complications, some issues that can occur include excessive bleeding, partial numbness, dry socket, trismus or infection on the extraction site.
If you still have your wisdom teeth get it extracted before it is too late. Visit Brandon Smiles Dentistry, our team of dental experts have vast experience in all dental procedures.
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We take the trouble of dealing with your insurance company instead of letting you handle it. Unlike other dental practices, we will process the insurance claim on your behalf so you have less worry about the hassle and enjoy our enhanced experience.
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