Why Wisdom Teeth Removal is Necessary

If you are experiencing jaw pain or bleeding in the back of your gums, you could be suffering from your wisdom teeth coming in. Wisdom teeth appear last of all your teeth, usually in the teen to young adult years. Wisdom teeth can be painful and cause many oral health problems, which is why it’s often ideal to get them... read more »

A Full Smile Awaits with Dental Implants

Do you have any missing teeth that you would like to replace, but don’t want to deal with the hassle of taking out dentures every single night? With dental implants, you can have natural-looking teeth installed directly into your jawbone for a sturdy hold that can last a lifetime. A full smile awaits with dental implants. Here are just a... read more »

What you Should Know About Wisdom Teeth

Wisdom teeth are one of the most understood aspects of the dental world. Do you really need them removed? Why do they come in so late? What purpose do they serve? Because of all the questions surrounding wisdom teeth, there’s a bit of misinformation out there about them. We’ll address the questions mentioned above, and a few others, here in... read more »

Treating Impacted Canines

When a permanent tooth becomes impacted, it stays under the gum line and does not erupt like it is supposed to. Wisdom teeth often become impacted, and this problem commonly happens to the canine teeth (also known as cuspids or eye teeth) as well. Because the canines are some of the most important teeth for a healthy bite, we offer... read more »

The Evolution Of Wisdom Teeth

If you are between the ages of 17 and 25, it may be time to have your wisdom teeth removed. These third molars usually become impacted or only partially erupt, that latter of which can trap bacteria and make cleaning difficult. If wisdom teeth are left to remain in the mouth, they can cause problems such as tooth decay, gum... read more »