Symptoms You Need Wisdom Tooth Extraction

At The Dental Implant Centre, we pride ourselves on supplying everything you need for dental implants. That also includes wisdom tooth extraction services. It’s important to keep in mind that we expect our work to last for a very long time.

That’s why the training of our dentists includes this particular service. Wisdom teeth are the final set to come in as an adult. Sometimes, there are symptoms they should be removed. These include:

  • Damage to other teeth. A wisdom tooth can come in crooked and force shifts in your other teeth. There is quite often some pain involved as well.
  • Gum disease. Sometimes these teeth can even cause gingivitis. Patients need to be aware leaving this form of gum disease untreated can cause the more serious periodontitis.
  • Of course one of the most obvious symptoms that you need to have your wisdom teeth removed is pain.
  • Cysts and Infection. If this situation is left untreated long enough, bad wisdom teeth can cause cysts and infections that need to be treated separately.

We always like to tell our valued patients that wisdom tooth extraction is the best choice if you are suffering from these symptoms. The procedure is always taken on by a qualified dentist or oral surgeon. Our professionals are always able and willing to help you make the decision about whether to keep them or have them taken out.

At The Dental Implant Centre, we are Medisave accredited for wisdom tooth extraction services. What’s more, we can look after any issues you’re having with these teeth with our comprehensive same-day services.

Different Issues

By taking wisdom teeth out, we can prevent all kinds of different issues including infection and swelling. We have some of the highest standards in the industry that include explaining your options and costs in great detail.  The Dental Implant Centre always puts our patient’s desires and wishes at the top of the priority list.

Roots Are Smaller

If it’s possible, we always recommend taking out your wisdom teeth at a younger age. That’s because the roots are smaller and the extraction is easier. It’s important to us to take a look at all the options so our patient’s ability to eat and talk isn’t compromised any more than necessary.

Our dentists are always taking part in continuing education and looking for the latest innovations. They are always looking for the latest in technology and best practice when it comes to wisdom tooth extraction.

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