Wisdom Tooth Extractions For Residence Of

The Colony, TX

dental implants patient smiling

Gentle Removal By Proven Experts

Most mouths just aren’t big enough to accommodate the third molars, or wisdom teeth. The result? Pain, discomfort, swelling, and even the possibility of adjacent tooth crowding, decay, or gum disease. Reduce your chances of lifelong dental problems by finding out if wisdom tooth removal could be the right treatment solution for your needs.

dr vickers discussing dental implants procedure

10,000+ Successful Extractions

Our board-certified oral and maxillofacial surgeons have performed more than 10,000 tooth extractions. Along with the rest of our team, they focus attention on making sure every wisdom tooth extraction is comfortable, safe, and complete. When quality and qualifications matter, trust us for personalized care that always goes above and beyond.

Wisdom Teeth Extractions

It would be great if wisdom teeth slid right into place. Unfortunately, they often become impacted or partially erupt. And even if they manage to push into place, they may nudge the teeth around them out of their natural positions. This can create crowding, which may lead to higher risk of tooth decay or development of gum disease.

What can you do if your wisdom teeth just don’t seem to fit or are causing you pain? A well-trained oral surgeon like Dr. Vickers or Dr. Anver can perform a wisdom tooth extraction. 

an impacted wisdom tooth model
an impacted wisdom tooth damaging a second molar

Wisdom teeth extractions are special types of tooth extractions that require an expert’s touch. Before your extraction, your oral surgeon will talk to you about how to make the process as comfortable and efficient as possible. During the extraction, you can expect a professional, pain-free experience. Afterward, you’ll be given instructions to follow to promote healing.

Whether you’ve been told by an orthodontist that you need to have your teeth removed prior to correcting your smile or you’ve been having discomfort at the site of your erupting wisdom teeth, give us a call. We’ll perform an evaluation and let you know our thoughts on the best way to proceed.

Meet Dr. Aaron Vickers

Dr. Aaron Vickers

Dr. Vickers believes in the power of education, which is why he extended his schooling to obtain his MD in addition to his DDS degree. Though he’s passionate about all oral surgery treatments, he’s especially interested in dental implant placement and bone grafting. To stay on top of the latest advancements in dentistry, Dr. Vickers attends training whenever possible so he can apply it in his practice for the benefit of patients.

Meet Dr. Tamir Anver

Dr. Tamir Anver

Like his colleague Dr. Vickers, Dr. Anver received both his DDS and MD degrees to set himself apart from other dental practitioners. When working with patients, he concentrates on making their experiences as comfortable and successful as possible. Dr. Anver’s professional interests include performing all types of tooth extractions, administering IV anesthesia, and placing dental implants. He’s also interested in helping individuals address TMJ disorder and related conditions.

Frequently Asked Questions About Wisdom Teeth

Wisdom teeth are also known as your third molars. They are the last teeth to erupt in your mouth. Often, they have little room to erupt, which is why they are frequently removed by oral surgeons.

Impacted wisdom teeth cannot break through the surface of the gums because there is not enough room for them to erupt. This can cause pain, swelling, jaw discomfort, and even bad breath.

Ignoring impacted wisdom teeth or wisdom teeth that are partially erupted can put you at risk of developing other problems such as gum disease, tooth decay, and misaligned teeth. By removing them, you could improve the overall health of your mouth.

No. Wisdom teeth just don’t have the ability to move around enough to make a correction. For this reason, you are better off talking with an oral surgeon in Flower Mound or Denton, TX about performing an extraction.

Absolutely. Just get in touch with our practice. We make it simple for you to set up an appointment to meet with our team members to start the process.

Typically, the wisdom teeth start to erupt sometime during the teen or young adult years. However, some adults live with the pain of impacted wisdom teeth for a long time before finally contacting an oral surgeon.

Schedule Your Consultation Today

Visit Our Practice!

Our Patients Tell The Story Best

Choose the Tooth Replacement Specialists

Book your personalized consultation today!

I understand the information disclosed in this form may be subject to re-disclosure and may no longer be protected by HIPAA privacy regulations and the HITECH Act.