Why Remove Wisdom Tooth?
Wisdom tooth extraction may be necessary, as sometimes your mouth simply has no room for the incoming wisdom tooth, and if left untreated, it may cause problems such as jaw pain, tooth shifting and sinus.
A wisdom tooth, also known as your “third molar” usually come in between the ages of 17 – 24. Many times they come in only partially, sideways or impacted due to limited space in your mouth. If this occurs, your wisdom tooth may need to be extracted.
Despite our best efforts to save a tooth, sometimes an extraction is the only alternative. If removing the wisdom teeth becomes necessary, our team at Oris Dental will provide a safe, painless procedure and can offer restorative dental options to replace your tooth as well.
Common problems associated with wisdom teeth misalignment include
- Painful and swollen gums.
- Crowding or damaging of surrounding teeth.
- Possible damaging of nerves and jawbone.
- Extensive trauma.
- Substantial tooth decay.
- Gum disease.
- Badly cracked or broken teeth.
Even though many fear to get their wisdom teeth removed, at Oris Dental you can expect considerate, efficient dental care from our team every time. If payment is a worry, we can work with you financially to set up a payment plan that fits within your budget as well. For more information, contact us now!