Wisdom Teeth Removal

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In-Office Tooth Extraction

Tooth extraction is common in cases of disease, trauma, or crowding. Many people are scared to have a tooth removed, but your dentist will administer anesthesia to alleviate any pain and discuss a post-surgery care plan. In most cases, a small to moderate amount of bleeding is normal. Our Davie dentist, Tamarac dentist, and Plantation dentist offices have performed many wisdom teeth extractions and are here to guide you every step of the way.

We educate patients on what to expect and make sure they are both comfortable and relaxed throughout the process. Tooth extraction can provide a solution to issues such as overcrowding and painful infections. For the first few days after removal, you must rinse, rinse your mouth gently. If you experience swelling, apply a cold cloth or an ice bag and call our team right away. Ask your dentist about pain medication and continue brushing and flossing as usual while avoiding the extraction area.

Wisdom Teeth Recovery Tips:

Avoid anything that might prevent normal healing.

Don’t smoke or rinse your mouth vigorously.

Avoid drinking through a straw for 24 hours.

Follow the diet your
dentist suggests.

Infected or Decayed Wisdom Teeth Removal

Wisdom tooth xtraction is common when a tooth becomes impacted or infected beyond treatment. Extraction is necessary to prevent future health issues and pain due to infection or impaction. Our Davie dentist, Plantation dentist, and Tamarac dentist offices have performed many extractions and can help guide you through the process from the first consultation to your post-surgery care. Impacted wisdom teeth often grow at an angle and do not have enough room to grow properly among the other teeth, resulting in issues including but not limited to:

  • Food & other trapped objects
  • Gum disease or other types of infection
  • Cysts or tooth decay
  • Damage to nearby teeth or bone

At Smile Every Day, we go above and beyond to create a safe, positive environment for our patients. From routine exams and teeth cleaning to specialized treatments or surgeries, we handle everything under one roof. We are open on Saturdays and currently accepting new patients of all ages! Some of our additional specialties include teeth whitening, dental implants, periodontal treatments, porcelain veneers, tooth reshaping, crowns and bridges, and root canals. Check out our blog for helpful tips and updates!