Wisdom Teeth Removal

The third molars, commonly known as wisdom teeth, begin to erupt  in late teens  period or early twenties. In many cases, the jaw is simply not large enough to accommodate the extra teeth, and they become impacted, meaning they remain under the gum.

Impacted wisdom teeth can cause further complications including infection, crowding, damage to other teeth, cysts that permanently damage the jaw and others. In instances where the wisdom teeth do come through the gums, it may be at an awkward angle, also necessitating wisdom tooth extraction. While it is difficult to predict whether your impacted teeth will cause such damage, it is highly likely complications will arise. Regular x-rays help your doctor track your wisdom teeth and make decisions about removal.

The extraction of wisdom teeth is a common and oftentimes necessary procedure, performed under local anesthesia. Barring any complications, the tooth can be easily removed in one piece. After surgery, patients can expect varying levels of swelling and discomfort. However, we do everything possible to minimize pain and recovery time.



2141 E. Arapaho Rd.
Suite #140  Richardson, TX 75081
Between Goodyear And Soccer City

(972) 231-8700

office Hours

Monday: 9am - 6pm
Tuesday: Closed
Wednesday - Sunday: 9am - 6pm