Some conditions may require oral surgery, including impacted teeth.
The last set of teeth to develop are the Wisdom teeth, also known as the third molars. If the jaw is not big enough to permit these teeth to emerge from the gum line, then there can be issues. If one or more of these third molars fails to develop in proper alignment or fails to appear through the gum line fully, then they become “impacted” between the jawbone and the gum tissue. Impacted wisdom teeth can result in inflammation, discomfort, and infection of the gum tissue surrounding the wisdom teeth. Impacted wisdom teeth can produce permanent damage to nearby teeth, gums, and bone and can sometimes lead to the formation of cysts or tumors that can destroy sections of the jaw.
Cuspids and the bicuspids can become impacted and can produce the same kinds of predicaments related to impacted wisdom teeth.
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A partial denture bridges the gap between two healthy teeth.
Root Canal Therapy
Alleviate tooth pain associated with an infected tooth.
Schedule An Appointment
It’s best to visit your dentist every six months.
Regular dental visits assist in the preservation of healthy teeth and gums. For those who require additional care, dental appointments should be more frequent.
What to expect:
During your initial dental appointment, you’ll be provided a thorough physical examination to identify any dental issues. During the checkup, the dental team will examine your gums, tongue, bite, eyes, face and jaw movements. The evaluation identifies gum diseases, loose teeth, tooth decay, broken teeth, and damaged fillings. We will also make sure any dental appliances are in good condition.