Development And Facts About Wisdom Teeth
Wisdom teeth are your final set of molars, and these teeth, which begin to appear in your late teens and early 20s, have a reputation for a reason. Occasionally, wisdom teeth will grow in a healthy pattern or not even develop at all. But, quite often, they develop in misalignment and create crowding and disturbances for the other teeth in your mouth. They are also often impacted or partially impacted.
When this occurs, you need to seek professional dental care in order to maintain optimal oral health. This will likely mean extraction of one or more of your wisdom teeth. However, modern developments in dental care means that this is now a relatively routine and uncomplicated procedure.
The experienced and innovative professional care team at BGW Dental Group will work with you to determine the course of wisdom teeth care that best suits you or your loved one.
There are a number of factors to consider, especially when it comes to extraction surgery, such as age and school or work responsibilities. Therefore, we work to stay abreast of how wisdom teeth are developing in our patients, keeping a close eye on growth, position and quantity so that we help our patients avoid any detriments related to these often-troublesome teeth and determine the best time to complete extractions, should that be necessary.
Post-extraction will require some recuperative time, but BGW’s methods assure that you will be back to normal in the quickest and safest possible manner.
Please stay on top of the development of you or your loved ones’ wisdom teeth, and please contact our offices to learn more about how we handle wisdom teeth. Our locations in Braselton and Gainesville make it convenient for you, no matter your location in north Georgia, and we are here to help. Call us today at 678-582-8099.