Wisdom Teeth Removal
Most teens and adults eventually require wisdom teeth extraction to avoid dental complications.
Our prosthodontists perform gentle wisdom teeth surgery at our office in Boston, MA.
Learn more about wisdom teeth removal by James M. Stein, DMD, and his team...
Choose Our Prosthodontists for Wisdom Teeth Removal
At our practice in Boston, MA, Drs. James M. Stein and Brett E. Stein perform wisdom teeth surgery for teens and adults. Thanks to their specialized training and Dr. James Stein's decades of experience, our prosthodontists are able to handle wisdom tooth cases without referrals to oral surgeons.
Wisdom teeth removal by our doctors involves little to no discomfort. They utilize the most gentle techniques of modern oral and maxillofacial surgery, and we offer sedation options to help our patients relax.
If you or your child is in need of wisdom teeth removal, request a consultation with our doctors today.
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Were You Told You Need an Extraction? Don't Worry, You Are Not Alone...
Do I Need to Remove My Wisdom Teeth Now?
If you've been told you need this procedure, or if your teen requires wisdom teeth removal, you should act promptly. Otherwise, the impacted teeth could cause damage that could be costly to fix in the future.
Many parents choose to have their children's wisdom teeth removed before they can cause issues.
Common Signs You Need Treatment
- Chronic bad breath or a persistent bad taste in your mouth
- Red, swollen gums that may be painful
- Jaw pain
- Cavities in the wisdom tooth, which can spread to other teeth
- Sinus problems such as pain, headaches, and congestion
- Crooked teeth pushed out of alignment by pressure from wisdom teeth
What to Expect during Wisdom Teeth Removal
Day of Your Procedure
Your entire procedure can be completed in just 30 to 60 minutes.
Simple Steps to a Speedy Recovery
- Patients will be given gauze to control bleeding, which should subside within a few hours. Be sure to change the gauze every 30 to 60 minutes. It also helps to keep your head elevated to minimize bleeding and swelling.
- Over-the-counter pain medications can be taken to control discomfort, which may last a few hours to a few days.
- Brush and floss gently near the incisions and eat a diet of soft foods for a few days following the procedure.
- Avoid using straws and eating crunchy foods. These actions can dislodge the blood clot that forms in the socket, potentially leading to a painful condition called dry socket that can result in infection.
- Do not smoke during the healing period.
We Can Answer Your Questions
Wisdom teeth can cause a range of oral health conditions that are easily avoided with an extraction. If you have a complicated case, our prosthodontists, like oral and maxillofacial surgeons, have the advanced training needed for more difficult removals.
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