5345 W UNIVERSITY DR #100

5345 W UNIVERSITY DR #100

5345 W UNIVERSITY DR #100

5345 W UNIVERSITY DR #100

5345 W UNIVERSITY DR #100

MCKINNEY, TX 75071

MCKINNEY, TX 75071

MCKINNEY, TX 75071

MCKINNEY, TX 75071

MCKINNEY, TX 75071

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AFFORDABLE WISDOM TEETH REMOVAL

AFFORDABLE WISDOM TEETH REMOVAL

AFFORDABLE WISDOM TEETH REMOVAL

AFFORDABLE WISDOM TEETH REMOVAL

AFFORDABLE WISDOM TEETH REMOVAL

With Complimentary IV Sedation

With Complimentary IV Sedation

With Complimentary IV Sedation

With Complimentary IV Sedation

With Complimentary IV Sedation

Dr. Daniel Choi

Dr. Daniel Choi

Dr. Daniel Choi

Dr. Daniel Choi

Dr. Daniel Choi

Board Certified Surgeon

Board Certified Surgeon

Board Certified Surgeon

Board Certified Surgeon

Board Certified Surgeon

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Wisdom Teeth Extractions

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What Are Wisdom Teeth?

 

Your third molars, commonly referred to as your wisdom teeth, typically develop during your mid teens and sometimes take years to fully erupt.

 

Does Everyone Get Wisdom Teeth?

 

Most people develop their wisdom teeth by the time they reach their mid-teens to early twenties. However, some people never develop their wisdom teeth, while some develop only one, two, or three. Scientists believe this is due to a genetic mutation that first occurred hundreds of thousands of years ago, as determined by fossil remains discovered in China. Today, it is most common in certain ethnic groups, such as the Inuit people.

 

Why Should I Remove Wisdom Teeth if They Aren’t Bothering Me?

 

Unfortunately, wisdom teeth often cause a wide variety of dental issues, and there is often no way to predict future problems. What’s more, wisdom teeth affect surrounding teeth as well. Removing the wisdom teeth before the patient experiences any of these issues is far easier than waiting until problems arise. Wisdom teeth can be removed far easier and have less risk of complications whenever you have them extracted at a younger age (teenage years). For this reason, your dental provider may recommend removal even when patients have yet to experience any issues.

 

Common wisdom teeth problems include misalignment and impactions. Misalignment occurs when the wisdom teeth come in at an angle or horizontally. This causes problems not only with the third molars but also with teeth surrounding these molars.

 

An impacted wisdom tooth is one that either never fully erupts or remains trapped within the jawbone or soft tissue of the gum. When the tooth partially erupts, infection, pain, swelling, and more often occur. This also leads to tooth decay and gum disease, as the partial eruption makes proper cleaning extremely difficult.

 

Is Recovery after Wisdom Teeth Extraction Painful?

 

Typically, wisdom teeth extractions occur under IV anesthesia. Luckily, the most painful period is that immediately following extraction, when the anesthetic is still in effect. Unfortunately, once the anesthetic wears off, there is often some discomfort for the first few days of your recovery. Your doctor provides detailed postoperative instructions, including advice on managing pain and discomfort. This includes gently rinsing with warm salt water to keep it clean, applying ice packs to reduce pain and swelling, and taking over-the-counter medications such as ibuprofen and prescription narcotics to manage the pain. In addition, your doctor advises adhering to a soft diet and taking it easy for a few days following your procedure.

 

What Complications May Occur after Wisdom Teeth Extraction?

 

Even though wisdom teeth extractions are one of the most common dental surgeries, complications are always a possibility (as they are with any surgery). Minor complications, such as pain and swelling, are more common and typically resolve without needing further treatment.

 

Serious complications include infection, mandibular fractures, nerve damage, and dry socket. These complications occur in a very small percentage of patients. Some may resolve easily with or without additional treatment.

 

Do Cysts Form if Wisdom Teeth Aren’t Removed?

 

When cysts form near or around teeth, they are dental cysts. Sometimes, cysts occur with the development of new teeth, and sometimes they form near the crown of teeth that have yet to erupt, or at the root of a dead tooth. Typically, cysts form in response to tooth damage after trauma, or in the tooth development process.

 

Cysts may abscess (become infected) and cause a great deal of pain. They may also affect surrounding teeth and often weaken the jawbone due to replacing bony tissue. Your doctor removes cysts once detected, and he may need to treat the surrounding area.

 

What about Crowding after Orthodontic Treatment?

 

Crowding is a common reason that dental providers recommend orthodontic treatment, as it causes a variety of issues. Wisdom teeth may cause crowding if they fail to develop properly.

 

When teeth do not have enough room to erupt properly, crowding occurs. If the problem is caused by the development of wisdom teeth, extraction is a common solution. If it occurs throughout the mouth, expanding the arch helps save the patient’s permanent teeth and typically involves braces.

 

I Just Got My Braces Off. Is this a Good Time to Have My Wisdom Teeth Removed?

 

There is no one-size-fits-all answer to this question, as each patient is different and much depends on the reason braces were necessary in the first place. For some patients, removing wisdom teeth before applying braces is also an option. This is especially true if the orthodontist discovers impaction or other issues during examinations prior to placing braces. For other patients, it makes more sense to wait until after removing the braces.

 

 

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Frequently Asked Questions with Answers from Dr. Choi

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Frequently Asked Questions with Answers from Dr. Choi

Frequently Asked Questions with Answers from Dr. Choi

Frequently Asked Questions with Answers from Dr. Choi

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