Between the ages of 16 and 25, your third molars, often called wisdom teeth, are the last teeth to grow in. At one point in history, these teeth were necessary to compensate for lost teeth, but now most people maintain good oral hygiene and don’t need this last set of molars. In fact, wisdom teeth can cause problems if there isn’t enough room to accommodate them or if they erupt at an unsafe angle. Regardless of the reason, you can depend on Dr. King and our team to make sure that you or your child receives the outstanding care you deserve. Contact our team to get started with your wisdom tooth extraction.
To make sure that you heal properly following a wisdom tooth extraction, it’s important that you follow our instructions. Some of these include the following:
I Need a Checkup & Cleaning I am Looking for a Dentist for My Child I am Concerned About Bleeding Gums I Have a Cavity or Broken Tooth I am Missing One or More Teeth I am Unhappy with My Smile I Need a Straighter Smile I am Scared of the Dentist I am in Pain & Need Help View Our Services