Wisdom Teeth Removal Reviews
The average mouth develops with enough room to accommodate the growth of 28 teeth, which includes all of your adult teeth up to your second molars. Most people in their mid- to late teens, however, begin developing third molars, more commonly known as wisdom teeth, which can cause a lot of problems when the mouth does not have adequate space for them to grow. When wisdom teeth don't have enough room to emerge in their proper position, they can become stuck, or impacted, in the gums and cause infection and the misalignment of the rest of your teeth. While these problems sound serious, they're fairly easy to avoid; schedule an appointment with one of our oral surgeons, and they will examine the position of your wisdom teeth before determining the best course of treatment.
Many patients and parents of patients who visit our office often wonder how soon they should come to our office for wisdom teeth removal. Most people's wisdom teeth grow in during late adolescence, but most people will not feel them or even notice they are there; typically your dentist will inform you when it's time to visit an oral surgeon. At that point, it's vital you come in as soon as possible to avoid impaction; many of our past patients that were referred to our office for wisdom teeth extractions are very grateful for our services and wanted to share their stories. Feel free to watch their video reviews below to hear about their positive experiences and why they now recommend our office to their friends and family for wisdom teeth extractions.