About Wisdom Teeth Removal in College Station
Girl smiling after wisdom teeth removal in College Station

Wisdom teeth, or third molars, are the last teeth to develop and appear in your mouth. They come in between the ages of 17 and 25, a time of life that has been called the "Age of Wisdom."  Our mouths typically do not have room for these extra large molars that appear after all our other adult teeth have grown in.  Due to this, these teeth can cause a variety of problems!

Your impacted wisdom teeth can damage nearby teeth!  It's very important to remove them before any further complications occur.  At our state of the art dental office, we will remove of your wisdom teeth before any further trouble occurs.  We offer nitrous oxide and IV sedation for your complete comfort during and pain management afterwards.

What is an Impacted Tooth?
Wisdom teeth removal in College Station

When a tooth is unable to fully enter the mouth, it is said to be "impacted."  This means that the tooth could be coming in sidewise or just not have enough space in your jaw to emerge properly.  This can cause pain, swelling and general discomfort. In general, impacted teeth are unable to break through the gums because there is not enough room. Nine out of ten people have at least one impacted wisdom tooth.