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Wisdom Teeth Stow

Wisdom teeth removal in Stow

Wisdom teeth Stow

Wisdom teeth Stow

Teeth do not always develop normally or in a healthy manner, hence the need for treatment like braces and other orthodontic tools. But sometimes, teeth can develop so irregularly that they need to be removed completely. This is often the case with wisdom teeth. Many young adults have their wisdom teeth removed for one reason or another, so if you need to get rid of your wisdom teeth in Stow, then our dentist here at State Valley Dental can provide you with the wisdom teeth removal that you need.

Wisdom teeth normally develop between the ages of 18-21 and are the last set of molars to develop at all. Wisdom teeth are called such because they develop much later than other teeth, often when people are already adults whereas the rest of their teeth have already come in by the time they are teenagers. Over time, the human skull has grown in order to accommodate the human brain, but as a result the jaw has suffered and most people no longer have jaws long enough to fit wisdom teeth properly. Wisdom teeth are not very useful anymore, and they can be removed without causing any issues. In fact, they tend to cause problems of their own when they come in. Because of the limited space, wisdom teeth often come in crooked or sideways. This can be bad news for your other teeth, especially since wisdom teeth can grow towards them instead of parallel beside them. This is why wisdom teeth are often removed, but they may also be removed because they are too far back to clean properly which can cause cavities and gum disease. If you need wisdom teeth in Stow removed, we here at State Valley Dental can help.

Sometimes wisdom teeth can begin to cause pain but other times x-rays can tell your dentist when it is time for these teeth to come out. If you need to treatment for wisdom teeth in Stow, please call us here at State Valley Dental to get the care you need.

63 Graham Road, Suite 3
Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio 44223
(330) 439-5444

Wisdom Teeth Botzum Ohio

Wisdom Teeth Removal in Botzum Ohio

Wisdom Teeth Botzum Ohio

Wisdom Teeth Botzum Ohio

If you are experiencing tooth pain, you should visit us at State Valley Dental. It is very common for wisdom teeth to cause tooth pain, in which case our dentist can remove your wisdom teeth Botzum Ohio.

When you come to see our dental practice, our dentists, Dr. Marino, for one, will be able to determine the cause of your tooth pain. Generally, when tooth pain is caused by wisdom teeth, our dentist will recommend that your wisdom teeth Botzum Ohio are removed. Wisdom teeth are the last teeth in the mouth to erupt. When this occurs, there often is not enough room left in the mouth for any additional teeth. This means that wisdom teeth will face a lot of problems when trying to enter the mouth. Wisdom teeth can end up coming in sideways, or only partially erupt. In addition, wisdom teeth can end up coming in in the wrong place and actually move other permanent, well-placed teeth, out of position. This can cause serious problems for your bite. It is also common for wisdom teeth to become trapped underneath the gums, in which case they will also need to be removed. When wisdom teeth have problems, they often become a source of infection in the mouth. This infection can spread to other areas of the mouth, or can even travel to other parts of your body through your bloodstream. For all these reasons you will want to have your wisdom teeth removed if they are causing any type of tooth pain or infection. If your wisdom teeth have completely erupted without any problems, there is absolutely no reason to see our dentist regarding removal of your wisdom teeth. However, more often than not, wisdom teeth do need to be extracted. When wisdom teeth are removed, they do not need to be replaced with dental implants or other tooth replacements.

For an appointment for removal of wisdom teeth Botzum Ohio, contact us today.

State Valley Dental
63 Graham Road, Suite 3
Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio 44223
(330) 439-5444