Wisdom Teeth Removal
Wisdom teeth usually erupt in one’s late teens or mid twenties; this is considered the age of wisdom. They generally appear as the last teeth behind the upper and lower second molars.

Described as a “vestigial trait” or function that is no longer relevant; wisdom teeth are more problematic than anything else.

Have you ever worn a pair of shoes that were too snug? Perhaps you can tolerate them for a bit, but after a while your feet swell and just plain hurt. This is the general idea as to why wisdom teeth can be problematic. Your mouth is made to accommodate 28 teeth, so when those extra third molars (wisdom teeth) arrive bacteria can get into the area around them, causing infection which leads to swelling, sometimes an unpleasant odor and pain which may affect the jawbones or neck.

Dental Implants
Injury, periodontal disease or tooth decay can all lead to loss of teeth. This experience can be traumatic and affect self- confidence as well as contribute to further dental problems. Dental implants are a practical solution to what may feel like an overwhelming dilemma.

Often patients have heard they are not a candidate for dental implants, but with today’s technology and our doctors level of expertise in both implantology and bone grafting, individuals who were told they were not a candidate for this procedure now are able to have it. In just a few hours, under local or general anesthesia, he can help you begin the process that will have your teeth looking amazing and feeling natural.

A dental implant is essentially a man-made tooth root. These implants resemble the natural form of a tooth root. The implant is placed beneath the gum and fuses to the bone in the jaw.

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