While Newtown has retained its small-town vibe and connections to its deep historical roots, it’s also enjoyed considerable modernization over the years. Here at Innovative Implant and Oral Surgery, we’re proud to offer the latest scientifically advanced techniques and technologies to our valued patients. When it’s time to schedule wisdom teeth removal in Newtown, you can put your trust in our highly trained oral surgeons.

 

What exactly are the wisdom teeth?

 

Different teeth erupt at different stages of life. The final teeth to erupt are the wisdom teeth, which typically appear during the late teens or early 20s. If you open your mouth and look toward the back of your lower arch of teeth, you’ll see two molars on either side of the jaw. The wisdom teeth are the third molars that erupt behind those first and second molars. You can expect to have two third molars erupt on each arch of teeth (upper and lower jaws).

 

Why do wisdom teeth need to be removed?

 

If you’ve been referred to Innovative Implant and Oral Surgery for wisdom teeth removal, it’s likely for one of two reasons. The first reason is that your wisdom teeth are impacted, causing the potential for oral pain, damage to adjacent teeth, infections, and oral cysts. The second reason is that your wisdom teeth have the potential to become impacted. In this case, it’s best to proactively remove them before impaction can happen.

 

Wisdom teeth impaction can be serious. Innovative Implant and Oral Surgery strongly recommends that everyone see a dentist every six months and receive oral x-rays at regular intervals. Oral x-rays allow dentists to identify when a wisdom tooth should be removed.

 

Can all of the wisdom teeth be removed at once?

 

The oral surgeons at Innovative Implant and Oral Surgery review each patient’s records on a case-by-case basis. After examining your x-rays and doing an oral exam, your surgeon will determine whether all of your wisdom teeth need to be removed. If that’s the case, then you may wish to have them all taken out at once. All four can be removed safely during the same procedure. This eliminates the need to schedule multiple procedures, which many patients find inconvenient. It also consolidates the healing time.

 

Schedule an appointment for wisdom teeth removal in Newtown

 

Wisdom teeth removal is a complex procedure that has the potential for complications such as nerve damage and infection. It’s critical to see an expert oral surgeon for the removal of your wisdom teeth. Here at Innovative Implant and Oral Surgery, our experienced surgical staff have undergone extensive medical training. We prioritize your health and safety.

 

At our oral surgery office in Newtown, PA, you can expect friendly service and personalized attention. We pride ourselves on patient education and will ensure that you’re fully informed before moving forward with the procedure. Call our office in Newtown today to request a consultation with an oral surgeon.