Wisdom Teeth Removal
Our goal with any treatment is to improve oral health and prevent tooth loss.
While extracting teeth is usually the last resort it is sometimes inevitable due to damage or infection.
Wisdom teeth are different, and they can often shift or damage other teeth and cause discomfort. In some cases, the wisdom teeth don’t erupt fully into the mouth; these are called impacted wisdom teeth.
The best treatment if you suffer from these wisdom teeth problems is to have them extracted.
When we extract a tooth, we always strive for a painless procedure, a good aesthetic result and proper care.
If you are having problems with your wisdom teeth, we use digital x-rays and panoramic imaging scans to diagnose the problem thoroughly, and they help us to determine the proper and safest way to remove wisdom teeth if that is the best treatment option.