Many people lack the space needed to keep their complete set of teeth. Impacted wisdom teeth often cause teeth crowding or other misalignments. Many cases result in the removal of the molars. Did you know that only 15% of people will keep their wisdom for life.
These have their nickname from erupting later on in life, often in late adolescence and young adulthood. Since they come in so late, their called wisdom teeth because wisdom is said to come with age.
Typically, before the teeth erupt, your dentist can tell if you’ll have enough room. However, suppose you skip routine dentist appointments. In that case, you may need to remove your back set of molars if you experience these symptoms.
While the individual treatment is always different, all cases use an anesthetic to control pain and provide a more comfortable experience. Our office uses IV sedatives and local injectable anesthesia.
Recovery can last a considerable time and may prompt a lifestyle change, even if it’s only temporary. For the best, quickest, and most pain-free recovery, we suggest that you:
At Dee for Dentist, we understand how toothaches can be frustrating, painful, and distracting. If you are experiencing pain in the back of your mouth, noticing shifting teeth, or any other symptom, contact us right away. Our highly skillful team has the experience and tools to correct your condition, getting you back to pain-free living!
One phone call can help you get a brighter smile. The team at Dee for Dentist is here to answer all your questions. Contact us today to schedule a consultation!Contact Us