Wisdom teeth are a pain, but their removal doesn’t have to be. Dr. Convey uses gentle sedation so our patients sleep through the whole thing.
Wisdom Teeth Extraction
Having your wisdom teeth out is a right of passage. We recommend all teenagers have their wisdom teeth out. If you missed that teenage window it may not be too late to have them out before they cause you pain and high risk of nerve damage.
Why do I need to remove my wisdom teeth?
Studies show the longer you wait to have wisdom teeth out, the higher the complication rate. That means pain later in life and the potential for periodontal disease, cavities to surrounding teeth, infections, and even a higher risk of broken jaw.
What is the surgery like?
Wisdom tooth extraction is a common and safe surgery that most people undergo as teenagers. Dr. Convey will explain the process with you in detail and answer any questions you may have. You will be fully asleep for the procedure, so you won’t feel any pain or stress.
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Dental implants are accepted by dental professionals as the gold standard for replacing missing teeth. Why? Because once successfully placed, the implant becomes part of your jawbone and acts just as a natural tooth would. And unlike dentures that can accelerate bone loss, implants stabilize and actually prevent further bone loss. Dental implants have the highest success rate of any tooth replacement procedure, and when properly cared for, can last a lifetime.
What are dental implants?
A dental implant is comprised of two parts: the implant itself, and the visible part above the gum line called the crown.
The implant is made of titanium and replaces the root of the tooth. During the initial procedure, the implant is secured in the jawbone. After the implant has been placed and has healed, the crown will be secured to the implant to form a completely natural-looking and natural-performing replacement tooth.
Take Back Your Life
Imagine, no more hiding behind your hand when you laugh or smile—and getting to eat what you want without fear or pain!
With dental implants, you get all this and so much more. So for a more natural tooth replacement and better long-term results, implants really are your best option.
Sometimes you need a little extra support for dental implants. That’s where bone grafting comes in. Dr. Convey will walk you through the simple process at your consultation appointment.
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