Wisdom Teeth Removal Reviews
Your third and final molars to grow in the mouth are often referred to as wisdom teeth because they grow in between the ages of 17 and 25, which is typically considered the wiser years. Wisdom teeth removal is common because the average mouth is simply too small to accommodate the proper growth of the molars. Without enough room to grow, wisdom teeth are known to cause a host of oral health issues, including infection, dental crowding, damage to nearby tooth roots, and even cysts and tumors.
Fortunately, avoiding the issues associated with wisdom teeth is as easy as scheduling an appointment with an oral surgeon to have them examined. One of our oral surgeons can tell you if your wisdom teeth pose a threat to your oral health and need to be removed. For many patients, wisdom teeth removal is their first experience with surgery, which can cause some anxiety. We encourage you to watch the testimonials below to hear how easy and comfortable the removal experience is at our offices.