There are plenty of different reasons why someone may require oral surgery, but in most cases, if not all, the surgical procedure is required in order to help improve your overall dental health. This is certainly the case when it comes to wisdom teeth extractions. Wisdom teeth can often cause problems with your teeth and overall dental health, and you may need Erath oral surgery in order to have them completely extracted. Our dentist Adrian M Simm, D.D.S. can help you get the dental care that you need in order eliminate whatever issues your wisdom teeth are causing you and will do whatever he can to ensure that your procedure goes as smoothly and pain-free as possible.
When people develop their permanent teeth, they also have additional molars that emerge as well. Baby teeth often act as placeholders for all of the teeth that you will have as an adult, but wisdom teeth are third molars that often erupt much later on. The reason why they are referred to as wisdom teeth is that they tend to come in between the ages of 18 and 21. These teeth are not really needed any longer, and often these teeth may have inherent issues when they do happen to develop and come in. It is important that you visit your dentist on a regular basis so that your local dentist can properly monitor your overall dental health and development. With the help of tools such as x-rays, your dentist can determine whether your wisdom teeth will cause problems. In many cases, wisdom teeth happen to be impacted. When a tooth is impacted, it refers to the direction in which it is coming in. Impacted teeth may grow sideways toward other teeth or towards the sides of the mouth. Impacted teeth that are facing other teeth can cause major dental health issues, which is why you may need Erath oral surgery. Adrian M Simm, D.D.S. can also remove other wisdom teeth as they may be difficult to clean which can put you at risk for decay and disease.
If you need any wisdom teeth extractions, it is actually imperative that you have them removed as soon as you can so as to prevent any issues from arising. Our dentist Adrian M Simm, D.D.S. can provide you with whatever Erath oral surgery you may need in order to protect your dental health.
By Adrian M. Simm, D.D.S.
November 9, 2015