Wisdom teeth removal - Bowling Green, KY

Trusted Extractions, Lasting Relief

Keeping Smiles Healthy

Wisdom teeth usually cause complications for teens and young adults by becoming impacted or infected. These third molars rarely erupt properly in the back of the mouth, so our experienced dentists recommend that these teeth be removed when symptoms develop or to avoid the possibility of pain or infection in the future. If left untreated, wisdom teeth can potentially cause extreme discomfort, harm adjacent teeth, or become decayed and infected—all problems that can influence the health of your entire mouth and even your body if not taken care of. 

If you or your teen needs to remove wisdom teeth in Bowling Green, KY, there’s nothing to fear. We have decades of experience removing these problem teeth and offer custom sedation options to ensure a comfortable surgery. All our treatment suites in our modern office are equipped with the latest technology and resources, too, so you can rest assured your surgery is completed at the highest level of safety standards. We’ll help keep your smile healthy!

Signs of Impacted Wisdom Teeth

Your Wisdom Teeth Surgery

We take great care to plan your wisdom teeth removal so that your procedure is as efficient and effective as possible. On the day of your surgery, we’ll first ensure that you are completely comfortable and that you have the necessary levels of sedation to optimize relaxation and pain control. Many patients choose IV sedation, a very safe form of conscious sedation that puts you in a deep “sleep” state. You most likely won’t even remember your surgery! Once you are comfortable, we’ll gently extract your wisdom teeth, then suture your gums to encourage healthy healing. You’ll experience some swelling and discomfort for a few days after surgery, but we do our best to keep your surgery as minimally invasive as possible to help accelerate your recovery time. In a short while, you can return to normal activities, free from worry or pain due to impacted wisdom teeth.

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