Wisdom Teeth Removal Reviews
Your third and final set of molars are often referred to as wisdom teeth because they typically develop between the ages of 17 and 25 — your wiser years. Many people don't realize that their mouth often lacks enough space to accommodate wisdom teeth growth. When a mouth is too small, and wisdom teeth begin growing in, the molars can cause an array of problems for your other teeth and overall oral health.
Wisdom teeth are known to become impacted, or stuck, in the gums when they don't have enough room to follow their proper growth track. Impacted wisdom teeth are often associated with infection, dental crowding, root damage to nearby teeth, and even cysts or tumors. Wisdom teeth removal is a simple solution designed to prevent any of these problems from ever occurring, which is why we recommend routine checkups with your dentist and early removal. To hear more about the removal experience at our office, we encourage you to watch the patient testimonials below.