Wisdom Teeth Removal

 


If you suffer from jaw pain, recurring sore throats, bouts of bad breath and bleeding gums around the back teeth – your wisdom teeth are likely to be the cause. In most cases, there will not be enough space for wisdom teeth to erupt. It can cause several issues. Partially erupted wisdom teeth are very difficult to clean and brush. When food and bacteria build up between the wisdom teeth and adjacent molars, this eventually leads to tooth decay and gum infection.  The Navasota Dental, Tx that is conveniently located near 413 N Lsalle St, Navasota, is the  best option available for any type of Dental Anxiety and Phobia treatment.  .

The upper Wisdom Teeth have a tendency to lean sideways and grate against the cheek. These wisdom teeth usually cause ulceration and a lot of pain.

Reasons your wisdom teeth may need to be removed

  • Decay
  • Infection
  • Crowding
  • Cysts
  • Dental Crowns and Bridges
  • Wisdom Teeth Symptoms

If you suspect your pain to be associated with your wisdom tooth, make an appointment with us right away.Ignoring the symptoms of wisdom teeth could cause additional problems down the track, like a more complicated surgery (with higher costs) or the formation of cysts which could lead to tumours and plenty of painful sessions at the dentist.

  • Signs of Wisdom Teeth Pain:
  • Tenderness and jaw pain
  • Redness
  • Swelling of the gums around the tooth
  • Bad breath
  • Bad taste in mouth when eating foods
  • Look for cysts, which are pockets of liquid, around the tooth
  • Gentle Procedures for Wisdom Teeth removal

Extracting teeth is viewed as a last resort in modern dentistry and usually only occurs as a result of chronic disease or trauma. One clear exception to this is the removal of our wisdom teeth, known dentally as our third molars, and we are experts in wisdom teeth in Perth.

Biologically, these teeth were designed as replacements for our back teeth as they became worn based on the coarse, abrasive diet of the “cave man”. Today, they form an unnecessary and often problematic part of our dentition.

Wisdom teeth usually don’t “erupt” through the gums until we’re teenagers or in our twenties. They are usually the last teeth to come into our mouth. The majority of us have four wisdom teeth. Quite often, there is little space at the rear of the jaw for wisdom teeth to come easily through the gums. If the jaw does not have enough room for the wisdom tooth to come through, the tooth will become wedged or impacted. Some impacted wisdom teeth remain buried and cause no trouble. However, other impacted wisdom teeth may cause severe problems.

Give us a ring (936) 825-7799 or visit www.navasotadental.com to schedule your appointment.

Find us at:

413 N Lsalle St

Navasota TX 77686.

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