We will Help Relieve Your Pain and Discomfort
Wisdom teeth are a rite of passage for most teens. The 3rd set of molars may erupt anywhere from early teenage years or in someone as old as 30. Drs. Trinh Lee and Suzanna Lee aim to make your wisdom tooth experience as comfortable and predictable as possible – offering you unbiased advice on the health of your smile.
Sometimes They Can Stay Put
In some circumstances, wisdom teeth will only cause slight discomfort and then erupt properly into place. When well cared for, these people never have any problems whatsoever! Routine visits to Allure Dental Center can help you keep your wisdom teeth clean and free of disease.
When Do They Need to be Removed?
Unfortunately, the location of wisdom teeth can make them into a huge problem for some people. Even if the teeth initially have nothing wrong with them, they create side effects due to how difficult they are to reach.
Drs. Trinh Lee and Suzanna Lee typically recommend proactively removing wisdom teeth that are susceptible to:
- Crowding or movement seen throughout your mouth
- Gum disease around partially erupted 3rd molars
- Tooth decay or enamel damage in other teeth
- Pain and swelling that doesn’t tend to resolve itself
Come by Allure Dental Center for an exam and digital x-ray to assess the health of your wisdom teeth. Drs. Trinh Lee and Suzanna Lee will let you know whether it’s something to wait out or proactively treat.
While examining your wisdom teeth, your overall dental health and other potentially necessary treatments such as root canals will be discussed.
So call us today and schedule your visit.