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Wisdom Teeth Removal

Treating the patient, not just the tooth.

Wisdom Teeth Removal

Treating the patient,
not just the tooth.

Early Recognition

There are many benefits to removing your wisdom teeth at an early age such as shorter recovery time and less risks involved with nerve damage.

Early Recognition

There are many benefits to removing your wisdom teeth at an early age such as shorter recovery time and less risks involved with nerve damage.

Why You Might Need This Service

Why You Might
Need This Service

Many people have experienced pain that comes along with wisdom teeth. They usually develop between ages 17 to 25. When they are growing in, it can be quite a painful process!

Most of the time, your wisdom teeth are impacted. This means that they are unable to break through the gums completely because there is no room in your mouth or they are bumping into the tooth in front of it. When this happens, it can become infected or damage the neighbouring tooth. The worst outcome is if they develop a large cyst that can hollow out the jaw and cause some major damage.

To prevent damage from happening, we evaluate your wisdom teeth using a panoramic X-ray. There are many benefits to removing your wisdom teeth at an early age such as shorter recovery time and less risks involved with nerve damage.

What to Expect Before Surgery

You'll meet with your dentist to discuss the process. At this appointment, you will:

• Discuss any health problems you have and list any drugs that you take on a regular basis.

• Ask any questions you might have about the surgery and recovery process.
you prefer.

• Discuss what type of sedation options you prefer.

• Plan time off from work or school to rest at home.

What to Expect After Surgery

Everyone recovers differently, but most people will have swelling and mild discomfort for 3-4 days. Your mouth will need a few weeks for the gums to completely heal. Follow your doctor’s instructions for a quicker recovery!

What to Expect Before Surgery

You'll meet with your dentist to discuss the process. At this appointment, you will:

• Discuss any health problems you have and list any drugs that you take on a regular basis.

• Ask any questions you might have about the surgery and recovery process.

• Discuss what type of sedation options you prefer.

• Plan time off from work or school to rest at home.

What to Expect After Surgery

Everyone recovers differently, but most people will have swelling and mild discomfort for 3-4 days. Your mouth will need a few weeks for the gums to completely heal. Follow your doctor’s instructions for a quicker recovery!

Now Booking Appointments

Make your smile that much brighter, give us a call to book.

Now Booking Appointments

Make your smile that much brighter, give us a call to book.

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hear from you!

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