Impacted Wisdom Teeth?

If you are experiencing problems with your wisdom teeth, call us today.

We have over 30 years of experience taking care of wisdom teeth.

Avoid Serious Problems by Removing Your Wisdom Teeth

If you're having trouble with your wisdom teeth, it can lead to bigger problems down the road. Impacted wisdom teeth can lead to decay of adjacent teeth, gum disease, bone loss, and other problems.

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The thought of having wisdom teeth extracted often evokes uncertainty and worry in people. We want our patients to feel relaxed and not to worry during their extractions. Dr. Clemente has years of experience removing wisdom teeth from people of all ages with all different symptoms and conditions.

He will use a local anesthetic for the removal which means you have the ability to drive to and from the appointment.

Local Anesthesia:  you will be completely awake and aware, but will not feel any pain. This anesthetic is administered into your gums by injection. The injection contains Novocaine which will completely numb the area around each extraction.

Dr. Clemente will answer any questions you may have at your consultation. Give us a call today to schedule your appointment with Dr. Clemente.

Wisdom Teeth Removal FAQ's

  • Wisdom teeth usually begin to grow in around the age of 18, however it could be sooner or possibly later.
  • Most people will need to have theirs removed due to one of the following:
  • Your mouth is too small, therefore there is no room for the teeth
  • Your teeth may start to grow in at the wrong angle, which can affect the alignment of your other teeth
  • Your teeth could be impacted - meaning they have not yet come through to the surface; this could become very painful if left untreated

You will need to have an x-ray to see how your wisdom teeth are growing and how they could interfere with the rest of your oral health.

The majority of people will need theirs removed at some point. If, however, your wisdom teeth do not pose any concerns and are growing in properly, you may be able to get away without extraction. Dr. Clemente will carefully assess your mouth to determine what would be in your best interest.

After your extraction procedure, you can expect to see swelling around your mouth, mild bleeding as well as soreness/pain.

This is all very normal and expected. In most cases, you will begin to start feeling better within 3-7 days.

If you do not have your wisdom teeth removed, this can create some serious problems for you later on, including: bacterial infection, cyst development, gum disease or bone damage. It’s important that you make the right choice now so that you don’t have to deal with even worse consequences down the road.

Don’t wait until it’s too late, call today to set up an appointment to have your wisdom teeth checked.

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