Since your wisdom teeth are typically the last teeth to develop in your mouth,
sometimes there is just not enough room to accommodate them. Wisdom teeth extractions become necessary when they are impeded from erupting or coming through the gum properly into the mouth, this can result in pain, cavities, teeth crowding or even gum infections.
Sometimes Wisdom Teeth can develop and grow laying on their side, causing significant problems in your mouth. This is known as Impacted Wisdom Teeth. Impacted Wisdom Teeth can cause pain, swelling, discomfort and gum infection. Early removal of your Wisdom Teeth can avoid future problems and potential costly surgical procedures. We offer sedation dentistry during your wisdom teeth extraction to increase your comfort level and help you reach a deeper level of relaxation.