Category Archives: Tooth Extractions

How to Avoid Dry Socket After Tooth Removal

While it is rarely planned or desirable to have a permanent tooth removed, sometimes it is necessary. Tooth extractions may be required in situations when your tooth is too damaged or diseased to be repaired. It can also be recommended … Continue reading

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What You Should Know About Wisdom Teeth Removal

Your wisdom teeth are the third and final set of molars to emerge. Problem is, they don’t always emerge without complication. Due to a lack of jaw space, it is common for the wisdom teeth to grow in sideways, partially … Continue reading

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Wisdom Teeth Removal: What To Expect

Wisdom teeth are known for causing more harm than good. Not only do they fail to add significant functional benefit, but these third set of molars also have a high likelihood of getting impacted, erupting sideways and causing other disruptions … Continue reading

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Do I Really Need My Wisdom Teeth Out?

Wisdom teeth are the last set of people get. These third set of molars typically emerge between the late teens and early twenties. For some, wisdom teeth do carry the ability to come in nice and straight and never cause … Continue reading

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