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Wisdom Teeth Removal in Henderson, NV

Remove Third Molars Safely

Wisdom teeth, also known as third molars, are the last teeth to come in. However, most people do not have the room for extra teeth, and complications due to wisdom teeth are common. Since they are not needed for proper bite, oral function, and oral health, and because they often cause problems, many dental professionals recommend wisdom teeth removal. 

The oral surgeons at Canyon Oral & Facial Surgery specialize in wisdom teeth removal and perform this common procedure at their state-of-the-art practice in Henderson, NV. When you come in for a consultation, Dr. Falk, Dr. Moody, or Dr. Yau will perform an evaluation, review and order any diagnostic scans, and create a treatment plan. Your options for anesthesia will also be discussed during this appointment.

About Wisdom Teeth Removal

Dental health professionals, like dentists and oral surgeons, recommend removing wisdom teeth before complications occur. Since wisdom teeth usually erupt between the ages of 17 and 25, removing wisdom teeth during the early to mid-teen years is an ideal time for many patients. Your dentist will monitor the growth and development of your child’s wisdom teeth and will refer you to an oral surgeon for extraction at the right time.

Impacted wisdom teeth are trapped beneath the gum and are unable to erupt properly. Impacted wisdom teeth are common and can cause a number of issues, red and swollen gums, infection, and cysts and tumors. 

Other complications of untreated wisdom teeth include pain, dental crowding, dental shifting, tooth decay, and more.

Types of Anesthesia

Canyon Oral & Facial Surgery offers several types of anesthesia and sedation.

Hear From Wisdom Teeth Removal Patients

These patients can tell you about their firsthand experience undergoing wisdom teeth removal at our office.

Wisdom Teeth Removal Cost

Canyon Oral & Facial Surgery believe in providing superior oral surgery care to every patient. Our team is committed to ensuring you receive an exceptional experience at a reasonable cost. The exact cost of wisdom teeth removal depends on many factors, such as how many teeth to be removed, the type of anesthesia, if other procedures will be performed, your insurance coverage, and more. Our practice is in-network with several insurance companies and accepts several forms of payment.

Visit our Cost of Wisdom Teeth Removal page to learn more.

Your Oral Health Matters

Wisdom teeth problems are extremely common. These complications can range in severity, and correctional treatment can be costly. However, these issues can be avoided entirely if removed early enough. In general, patients who get their wisdom teeth out during their teen years usually have an easier procedure and recovery. This is because the wisdom teeth are still undeveloped, and younger patients tend to heal faster.

Removing wisdom teeth before problems arise is often seen as an investment in your or your child’s future oral health. Contact one of our practices to schedule a consultation with one of our board-certified oral surgeons to learn more about wisdom teeth removal.

Wisdom Teeth Removal FAQ

What Are The Symptoms Of Wisdom Teeth Coming In?

Wisdom teeth may or may not present any symptoms. If they do, common symptoms include tender gums, jaw pain, bad breath, discomfort at the back of the jaw, and more. Your general dentist will monitor the growth and development of wisdom teeth during your regular checkups and can refer you to an oral surgeon when they are ready for removal.

Does Wisdom Teeth Removal Hurt?

Some discomfort after any surgery is normal and expected. Our practice does everything we can to ensure you remain as comfortable as possible. We offer several options for anesthesia, which will be discussed with you during your consultation.

How Long Is The Average Recovery Time After Wisdom Teeth Removal?

Most patients who undergo wisdom teeth removal are able to return to their normal activities, including work and school, within 2–4 days after surgery. 

Other Questions?

We are always happy to help our patients feel informed and at ease. Please contact us if you have any questions or concerns.

Providing an Exceptional Patient Experience

Get exceptional patient care from trusted board-certified oral surgeons. Contact Canyon Oral & Facial Surgery to schedule a consultation and find out how we can improve your oral health and confidence.