What Are Impacting Wisdom Teeth?

Wisdom teeth, also known as third molars, are a unique part of human dental anatomy. For most of us, wisdom teeth emerge as we enter adulthood, though they can cause complications in many cases. Impacted wisdom teeth are the culprit of crowding and discomfort, and if left untreated, can lead to other dental issues. Let’s [...]

2023-09-13T16:05:55+00:000 Comments

When Should I Have My Child Evaluated for Wisdom Teeth Extration

Over 90% of Americans have their wisdom teeth removed. Impacted wisdom teeth are the most prevalent medical and developmental disorder, making wisdom tooth extraction a general preventative procedure that we perform. As your child enters their teenage years, it might be necessary to take them to a dentist to evaluate their wisdom teeth by performing [...]

2023-03-23T22:16:40+00:000 Comments

How to Enjoy Holiday Food after Wisdom Teeth Surgery

When someone gets wisdom teeth removal surgery during the holidays, they are usually upset since they think they will miss out on all the delicious feasts and dishes. However, luckily for you, you can still enjoy holiday cuisines! Many options are delicious while also remaining post-removal friendly. This article will discuss some of the most [...]

2022-12-16T19:46:49+00:000 Comments

Why You Should Remove Wisdom Teeth Early

90% of people lack enough space in their mouths to accommodate wisdom teeth. Despite this, wisdom teeth develop around 10 and usually erupt between 17 and 25. People who accommodate wisdom teeth frequently encounter impactions, which can cause dental infections, harm neighboring teeth, and adjust the patient's bite alignment.  Therefore, the following are some of [...]

2022-11-29T17:33:18+00:000 Comments

What You Need to Know About Dry Sockets

What You Need to Know About Dry Sockets Dry sockets are often regarded as one of the most painful dental procedures that occur after a tooth extraction. Many patients report a sharp pain after their tooth is extracted, which might be a symptom of dry socket. After tooth extraction, a blood clot usually forms near [...]

2022-04-18T20:06:52+00:000 Comments
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