Wisdom Teeth Extractions
In Redmond

Wisdom teeth extractions are a common procedure aimed at removing the third set of molars that typically emerge in the late teens to early twenties. By taking out these teeth, we can help you avoid overcrowding, misalignment, pain, and infection, which can set you up for better oral health and more comfort as you age.

Why Do I Need My Wisdom Teeth Extracted?

Wisdom teeth often cause problems as they emerge because there's not enough space in the mouth for them to develop properly. This can lead to impaction, pain, and other dental issues. Extracting wisdom teeth can prevent these problems or alleviate existing discomfort and damage to surrounding teeth.

Alleviates Pain and Discomfort
Reduces Risk of Infection and Decay
Prevents Overcrowding and Misalignment

How It Works

Treatment Process


Consultation and Imaging

The first step combines a thorough consultation with detailed imaging of your mouth. During this phase, we’ll conduct a comprehensive risk assessment, take X-rays, and perform a 3D wellness scan. This allows us to fully understand the position and condition of your wisdom teeth and plan the safest, most effective extraction method tailored to your needs.


The Extraction Procedure

Extraction is the second step. With the detailed plan in place, we’ll proceed with the removal of your wisdom teeth. This process is carried out under appropriate anesthesia to ensure your comfort. Our team uses precise techniques to minimize tissue disruption and promote a smoother recovery.


Healing and Recovery

The final step focuses on your healing and recovery. After the extraction, we’ll provide detailed care instructions to support the healing process. This includes advice on managing discomfort, promoting healing, and preventing complications. We’ll also schedule follow-up visits to monitor your progress and ensure a successful recovery.

Smile Transformations

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Check out these frequently asked questions, or call us to speak with our team.

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