Surgery Might Be Necessary for Treating an Impacted Wisdom Tooth

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As your child reaches their adolescent years most of their primary teeth should have been replaced by the 32 permanent teeth that will need to last them throughout their adult life. This is also the point when wisdom teeth attempt to erupt from the periodontal tissues at the back of the mouth. This often causes… Read more »

Surgical Intervention Might Be Required to Treat a Dental Cyst

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Dental cysts are an oral health issue that can vary in severity. They differ from an abscess in that they are generally slow in developing and while they often cause discomfort, they don’t always pose an imminent threat. They are often small areas of inflammation, infection, or fluid in the gums. They can form from… Read more »

All About Extracting Wisdom Teeth as a Preventative Measure Against Future Complications

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Here at , we often recommend that you have your child’s wisdom teeth extracted as a preventative measure against future complications. Thoughtful preparation and quality aftercare will help your child get back on their feet as soon as possible. We generally recommend having wisdom teeth removed after all of your child’s permanent teeth have come… Read more »

What is a Dental X-Ray?

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A dental X-Ray in , , is an image that can find cavities, examine the tooth roots, check the health of the underlying bone, identify periodontal disease, and see the status of developing teeth. It is a vital part of your treatment plan because it can prevent as well as diagnose dental issues that can… Read more »

Why We Remove Wisdom Teeth

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Your wisdom teeth (also known as third molars) often require removal because they cause many dental problems because they do not fit in the mouth. We extract wisdom teeth from your jaw in order to protect you from: Cavities and Periodontal Disease: Often the wisdom teeth only partially erupt, which means that they easily trap… Read more »