Despite common beliefs, wisdom teeth don’t always have to be removed. If they can erupt normally in the mouth, you can keep them as long as you’re able to take good care of them. Most of the time, though, there won’t be enough room for your wisdom teeth, and you’ll need to have them removed to stop the pain, overcrowding, and infections associated with them. Call us today to schedule a consultation with Dr. Hegazi to see if you might need wisdom teeth extraction in the near future.
Why Choose Admired Smiles Dental Center for Wisdom Teeth Extractions?
Sedation Options for Painless Procedures
A Trustworthy, Caring Dentist
A Practice That Doesn’t Push Services
When is Wisdom Tooth Extraction Really Necessary?
It becomes necessary to remove wisdom teeth under the following circumstances:
The teeth remain trapped in the jaw, never breaking through the gums and causing an excessive amount of pain as a result.
The teeth only partially erupt, making them difficult to clean and leaving the area vulnerable to tooth decay and gum disease.
Your wisdom teeth start to crowd or damage your other teeth.
Cavities that cannot be restored start to form in the wisdom teeth.