We always try to save a tooth with a filling, root canal or other treatment if possible. However, if a tooth is badly damaged, removing it may be the only option to prevent further options.Our aim is to provide a stress-free environment to all the patients while getting extractions done.
Wisdom Teeth are the third set of molars located at the back of your mouth. They typically begin to come in between the ages of 17 and 25 years.
Depending on how your wisdom teeth come in, the development of these molars can be quite painful. Removal of these teeth depends on various factors. A dentist will determine if removal is the best procedure.
- Your mouth is not big enough– The teeth take too much space along your jaw.
- The teeth are impacted: They are located far back in the mouth which can lead to severe pain.
- If teeth grow at the wrong angle, they may press against the other teeth.
- Wisdom teeth are more likely to decay or suffer from other dental issues.This could then require the removal of the teeth.