Oral Surgery Services Offered:
- Surgical and Non-Surgical Extractions
- TMJ (Temporal Mandibular Joint) Evaluation
Sometimes decayed or broken down teeth can’t be saved or the removal of wisdom teeth is necessary to eliminate tooth pain and prevent future dental decay and disruption to other teeth.
During adolescence, wisdom teeth grow even if the jaw doesn’t have room for them. They can grow sideways or become trapped beneath the gums, causing intense pain or form a pouch that traps food.
Wisdom teeth are located in the back of the mouth, which is often difficult to reach and clean and can result in infected gums or lead to headaches, odor, and decay in neighboring teeth.
The removal of wisdom teeth is often necessary to eliminate pain and prevent future dental problems.