Wisdom Teeth - Concord, NH
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Problematic Wisdom Teeth Relief with Gentle Extractions
Is wisdom tooth pain affecting the health and wellness of you or a loved one? Wisdom teeth, also referred to as third molars, are located in the back of the mouth. Often, these teeth cause oral problems and must be removed. Common reasons for wisdom teeth extractions include partial eruption, impaction, and disease or decay. Many patients simply do not have enough space for wisdom teeth to erupt. Leaving problematic wisdom teeth in the mouth may cause crowding or damage to neighboring teeth. Pain, swelling and general discomfort may also result. Extraction of problematic wisdom teeth brings relief from these symptoms and a return to a healthy, happy smile.
Doctor Austin Wang
Wisdom Teeth Extraction May Be Vital to Your Oral Health
We schedule an initial consultation so that we may evaluate your unique case and explain the procedure step-by-step. Low radiation digital x-rays are used to identify impacted wisdom teeth. X-rays also allow us to evaluate the positioning of your teeth and plan the least invasive route for your extractions. Our team is highly experienced at tooth removal. We provide this routine service in our relaxed, modern specialty practice, and ensure your total comfort every step of the way.
What are the risks of leaving problematic wisdom teeth in the mouth?
- Tooth decay
- Gum disease
- Cysts, tumors or abscesses
- Bone loss
- Damage to adjacent teeth
- Systemic illness
A Gentle Extraction Process Restores Health to Your Smile
On the day of your extractions, we give sedation (if you wish) and thoroughly numb the treatment sites. All four wisdom teeth are typically removed in the same visit, if necessary. We cater to your every need, and make certain you remain calm, relaxed and comfortable during your visit. Our team uses a gentle approach and expert skill to remove your wisdom teeth. Sutures are placed, and post-operative instructions reviewed. Tips for reducing recovery time following your extractions also are given.