Understanding Impacted Teeth and When to Extract
added on: May 10, 2016

As teeth descend through the gums, most of them make it into the awaiting open gap without a problem. If a tooth cannot fit in the given space, however, it may start pushing the adjacent teeth to the side or become impacted. This situation is common while wisdom teeth come… Read More…

Is There Ever a Reason to Keep Your Wisdom Teeth?
added on: May 26, 2014

Normal “wisdom” says to extract your wisdom teeth by age 25, but do you really have to? If you’re looking for a simple answer to this question, you won’t find one here. But that’s because the question of whether or not to remove wisdom teeth is one that must be… Read More…

How can waiting to remove impacted wisdom teeth hurt you in the long run?
added on: May 6, 2014

Wisdom teeth generally emerge in adults between the ages of 18-25, and are often considered as extra, “non-essential” teeth. They are the last adult teeth to break through, and should be looked at by a qualified dentist or oral surgeon to ensure they are not impacting the second molars that… Read More…

Why is My Toothache Accompanied by Dizziness?
added on: March 21, 2014

Toothaches are painful conditions that can result from a variety of reasons. While the most common symptoms of toothaches include throbbing pain, swelling, sore jaw and gum tenderness, other complications may also occur, including headache and dizziness. Certain diseases and conditions may contribute to feelings of dizziness and or lightheadedness when experiencing toothache… Read More…

Dealing with Swollen Cheeks After Wisdom Tooth Extraction
added on: August 30, 2013

A wisdom tooth is actually a molar which appears at the back of your jaw after you already have own set of permanent teeth. It’s called as such because you are supposedly wiser by the time the wisdom tooth arrives, usually between 16 to 25 years old. Here at our… Read More…

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