Like many of our patients, your wisdom teeth may be causing you problems. If so, you’re in the right place for the best care possible. At Excel Dental, we offer Ozark wisdom teeth removal that will stop any pain you’re having and protect your oral health. You’ll benefit from:
Doctor Nick Matthews on wisdom tooth removal
Wisdom tooth removal is a topic we talk about a lot with patients. People are asking about it a lot. It’s becoming more and more common for people to need to have their wisdom teeth taken out. We try to target people at a younger age when we’re healing better, and it’s just easier. We talk a lot of the times to parents of teenagers, especially late teens or college students, about having their wisdom teeth removed. It’s something that we offer here in the office, and we do it under sedation a lot of the times, so people are comfortable. They don’t have to worry about it or be fearful of it. And we try to intercept problems before they become problems. So if we know that you’re not going to have room for your wisdom teeth, why wait for that to be a problem before you intervene? Why not take it … When you can see the problem on the horizon, why not just address it now before it’s a major problem? And you’ll find that patients heal a lot better from stuff if you can do it before it’s inflamed and problematic.
- Your choice of dental sedation to help you relax during your procedure
- Cozy amenities like soft pillows, warm blankets, headphones, and satellite radio
- A fully trained staff who will take time to answer all your questions
- Skilled dentists with many years of experience helping patients through their dental problems
If you think you might need to have your wisdom teeth removed, call us today for an appointment. Our address is 1427 W. State Hwy. J in Ozark.
Relax & Leave Everything to Us
Drs. Davis and Matthews have helped many other patients, and they can do the same for you.
We’ll comfortably remove your wisdom teeth, eliminating your pain and protecting your healthy teeth and gums against future problems.
We’ll offer you a choice of sedation options to help you fully relax during your procedure. Choose inhaled sedation with laughing gas or oral conscious sedation in pill form. Either one will help set your mind at ease and relieve your anxiety. Plus, we’ll fully numb the area using a local anesthetic, ensuring you don’t feel a thing.
Know More About Wisdom Teeth
Your wisdom teeth normally begin to make their appearance between the ages of 17 and 25. For some patients, these “third molars” emerge with no problems. For others, however, they can be troublesome, causing pain and swelling as they come through, just as babies experience teething issues.
Often, there is not enough room for wisdom teeth to come through. They can crowd your other teeth or even come in under other teeth, potentially causing damage and infection. If wisdom teeth only partially emerge, they are susceptible to tooth decay because it may be difficult to keep them clean and free from bacteria.