Wisdom Teeth Removal Avoid Pain & Dental Complications

Prevent Dental Problems With Our Wisdom Teeth Removal in Lubbock

If you are between the ages of 17 to 21, your wisdom teeth have probably started to come in. For some people, these third molars cause few if any problems in their mouth. However, in some cases it’s best to remove these teeth in your early adulthood to avoid complications in the future. If you or a family member need wisdom teeth removal in Lubbock, you can trust our team with your procedure.

With our help, you can:

  • Prevent infections and other issues in your mouth
  • Avoid overcrowding and alignment problems
  • Feel good about your oral health
  • Eliminate the pain caused by the eruption of these teeth

Call 806-507-6906 for an appointment. We open at 7 a.m. on Fridays for your scheduling convenience.

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We’ll Make Removing Your Wisdom Teeth Easy for You

There are several ways to know if your wisdom teeth are coming in. You may notice swelling in your gum area behind your second molars. You may also experience jaw pain, tender gums, bleeding, or an unusual taste in your mouth. If you’ve noticed any of these signs, you’ll want to come in for an examination ASAP.

While the procedure sounds uncomfortable, we make it as stress-free for you as possible. You can:

  • Enjoy a sense of relaxation with our IV sedation so you get through your appointment easily
  • Relieve your anxiety with cozy amenities like pillows and blankets and feel calm in our private operatories
  • Feel good about your procedure knowing we’ve planned it with advanced technology like panoramic X-rays
  • Trust our experience to remove your wisdom teeth safely and at the appropriate time

By being selective and proactive with our approach to removing your wisdom teeth, it helps you avoid future problems with your smile. When we remove your wisdom teeth, we ensure your adjacent teeth are safe as well. Rest assured, we are an opioid- and narcotic-free practice.

Benefit From Our Advanced Treatment Techniques & Technology

In addition to the ways we help you feel at ease, you’ll benefit from our modern practice that is always striving to make your procedures easier and more precise. During your wisdom teeth procedure, you’ll discover we use:

  • State-of-the-Art Dental Technology – We use panoramic X-rays and 3-D imaging to get a clear image of the inside of your mouth, so we fully understand what’s going on with your teeth.
  • Advanced Techniques – We use PRF (Platelet-Rich Fibrin) to encourage the healing process. We are also intentional with which wisdom teeth we remove first. For example, we usually remove the lower molars first so they don’t develop too near the nerve and leave upper molars in place for a longer time to allow bone development for the adjacent teeth.

With the help of our team, discover why wisdom teeth removal in Lubbock isn’t as stressful as you’d imagine it to be. Call 806-507-6906 for an appointment or schedule online.

Common Questions About Wisdom Teeth Removal

Why have wisdom teeth removed?

Wisdom teeth usually come in between the ages of 17 and 25. If there is sufficient room for them to emerge in the proper place and position, then they may not need removal. However, if they come in improperly and put your other teeth at risk, they will need to be removed to protect your overall oral health.

At what age should you have wisdom teeth removal?

We recommend removing wisdom teeth before the age of 25 if possible. Before then, your tooth roots and bones are more flexible, which means a faster recovery. We use 3-D imaging to reveal problems like impacted wisdom teeth and teeth that are coming in sideways. If we see such complications, it’s best to remove the wisdom teeth ASAP.

What is recovery like after wisdom teeth removal?

While you should feel much better within a day or two, it can take up to two weeks to fully recover. During this time you may experience mild discomfort and swelling. You can speed your recovery by avoiding smoking and alcohol and eating soft foods for the first few days. Rinsing gently with warm salt water also helps lessen gum tenderness and inflammation.

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