WHATARE WISDOM TEETH?Wisdom teeth are the third molarsNormally people have threepermanent molars that develop ineach quadrant of the mouth; upperlower, right and left. The firstmolars usually grow into the mouthat around six years of age. Thesecond molars grow in at aroundage 12. The third molars usuallywil try to grow in at around age 17to 21 years. Since that is consideredto be the age when people becomewiser, third molars gained the nickname, "wisdom teeth." Actuallythey are no different than any other tooth except that they are the lastteeth to erupt, or grow into the mouth. They are just as useful as anyother tooth if they grow in properly, have a proper bite relationshipand have healthy gum tissue around them. Unfortunately, this does notalways happenAngularPartial EruptionHorizontalVerticalWHEN TO REMOVE WISDOM TEETH?The following symptoms may indicate that the wisdom teeth haveerupted and surfaced and they have no room in the mouth to grow.Symptoms may includePain - a very painful infection, called pericoronitisFacial swellingSwelling of the gumline in the back of the mouthBad breathDIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENTTo determine if extracting wisdom teeth is right for your situationwe'll do a thorough examination, which typically includes x-rays.It is often better to remove wisdom teeth early, this allows for easierremoval, fewer complications, and faster healingWisdom tooth extraction can be performed under local anesthesiaDr. Doug Tolle, DDSBremen Family Dentistry, PC1712 W. Plymouth StBremenFamily DentistryBremen, IN 46506574-546-2851BremenFamilyDentistry.com WHAT ARE WISDOM TEETH? Wisdom teeth are the third molars Normally people have three permanent molars that develop in each quadrant of the mouth; upper lower, right and left. The first molars usually grow into the mouth at around six years of age. The second molars grow in at around age 12. The third molars usually wil try to grow in at around age 17 to 21 years. Since that is considered to be the age when people become wiser, third molars gained the nickname, "wisdom teeth." Actually they are no different than any other tooth except that they are the last teeth to erupt, or grow into the mouth. They are just as useful as any other tooth if they grow in properly, have a proper bite relationship and have healthy gum tissue around them. Unfortunately, this does not always happen Angular Partial Eruption Horizontal Vertical WHEN TO REMOVE WISDOM TEETH? The following symptoms may indicate that the wisdom teeth have erupted and surfaced and they have no room in the mouth to grow. Symptoms may include Pain - a very painful infection, called pericoronitis Facial swelling Swelling of the gumline in the back of the mouth Bad breath DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT To determine if extracting wisdom teeth is right for your situation we'll do a thorough examination, which typically includes x-rays. It is often better to remove wisdom teeth early, this allows for easier removal, fewer complications, and faster healing Wisdom tooth extraction can be performed under local anesthesia Dr. Doug Tolle, DDS Bremen Family Dentistry, PC 1712 W. Plymouth St Bremen Family Dentistry Bremen, IN 46506 574-546-2851 BremenFamilyDentistry.com

Date: June 6, 2019

Expired Ad

This ad expired on
July 6, 2019 (73 days ago)
more_vert

Bremen Family Dentistry

Medical / Dentists

Call
Call (574) 546-2851
Directions
Get directions to this
location on Google Maps.
Website
Open website
in new tab.

Text

WHAT ARE WISDOM TEETH? Wisdom teeth are the third molars Normally people have three permanent molars that develop in each quadrant of the mouth; upper lower, right and left. The first molars usually grow into the mouth at around six years of age. The second molars grow in at around age 12. The third molars usually wil try to grow in at around age 17 to 21 years. Since that is considered to be the age when people become wiser, third molars gained the nickname, "wisdom teeth." Actually they are no different than any other tooth except that they are the last teeth to erupt, or grow into the mouth. They are just as useful as any other tooth if they grow in properly, have a proper bite relationship and have healthy gum tissue around them. Unfortunately, this does not always happen Angular Partial Eruption Horizontal Vertical WHEN TO REMOVE WISDOM TEETH? The following symptoms may indicate that the wisdom teeth have erupted and surfaced and they have no room in the mouth to grow. Symptoms may include Pain - a very painful infection, called pericoronitis Facial swelling Swelling of the gumline in the back of the mouth Bad breath DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT To determine if extracting wisdom teeth is right for your situation we'll do a thorough examination, which typically includes x-rays. It is often better to remove wisdom teeth early, this allows for easier removal, fewer complications, and faster healing Wisdom tooth extraction can be performed under local anesthesia Dr. Doug Tolle, DDS Bremen Family Dentistry, PC 1712 W. Plymouth St Bremen Family Dentistry Bremen, IN 46506 574-546-2851 BremenFamilyDentistry.com WHAT ARE WISDOM TEETH? Wisdom teeth are the third molars Normally people have three permanent molars that develop in each quadrant of the mouth; upper lower, right and left. The first molars usually grow into the mouth at around six years of age. The second molars grow in at around age 12. The third molars usually wil try to grow in at around age 17 to 21 years. Since that is considered to be the age when people become wiser, third molars gained the nickname, "wisdom teeth." Actually they are no different than any other tooth except that they are the last teeth to erupt, or grow into the mouth. They are just as useful as any other tooth if they grow in properly, have a proper bite relationship and have healthy gum tissue around them. Unfortunately, this does not always happen Angular Partial Eruption Horizontal Vertical WHEN TO REMOVE WISDOM TEETH? The following symptoms may indicate that the wisdom teeth have erupted and surfaced and they have no room in the mouth to grow. Symptoms may include Pain - a very painful infection, called pericoronitis Facial swelling Swelling of the gumline in the back of the mouth Bad breath DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT To determine if extracting wisdom teeth is right for your situation we'll do a thorough examination, which typically includes x-rays. It is often better to remove wisdom teeth early, this allows for easier removal, fewer complications, and faster healing Wisdom tooth extraction can be performed under local anesthesia Dr. Doug Tolle, DDS Bremen Family Dentistry, PC 1712 W. Plymouth St Bremen Family Dentistry Bremen, IN 46506 574-546-2851 BremenFamilyDentistry.com

Other Ads

codeEmbed

Ads Widget

close

Widget URL

Embed Code

Embed these ads anywhere HTML code is accepted by pasting the snippet below.