Wakefield Family Dentistry
Practicing since 2003
"Even though I was "squeezed in" due to a potential broken tooth problem, there was no additional wait time. The tooth was crowned ans is completely fine!"
"very professional, very friendly. Although my first visit, Dr. Le and her staff seemed to really care about the welfare of their patients."
"Staff was very professional and helped me with my anxiety. This was my first visit to a dentist in some time. I actually look forward to my next visit."
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Do I need to take out impacted wisdom teeth?
The decision to have impacted wisdom teeth removed is based on several factors.
- If there is a history of pain, swelling, or soreness.
- if orthodontic treatment outcome is affected
-history of periodontal disease. If impacted teeth are partially erupted, the angle at which the teeth lay may create areas for bacteria to thrive
However if the wisdom teeth are impacted but cause no pain or discomfort and patient has history of good oral hygiene, then there is little reason to have them removed.