If you’re experiencing pain or stiffness in your jaw, have tooth or gum disease, and/or feel a “crowding” of your teeth, it may be your wisdom teeth coming in. Furthermore, if you’re between the ages of 17-28 and experiencing the above symptoms, you may want to visit your dentist soon to determine if it is… Continue Reading »

Visiting the dentist is never really any fun. Face it, it’s something we all dread doing. But what makes any dental check up and cleaning worse is when the dentist says, “It looks like we’re going to have to remove your wisdom teeth.” Dim the lights and cue the dramatic music, because once those words… Continue Reading »

One of the major dental concerns of adolescence and young adulthood is how to handle wisdom teeth, which generally begin breaking through the gum line in a patient’s late teens or early 20s. But there can be complications with wisdom teeth eruption that can cause pain and result in lasting damage to your mouth. The… Continue Reading »

Tradition says that those between the ages of 16 and 25 are entering into the age of wisdom. Dentistry tells us that this age also brings the emergence of wisdom teeth. Wisdom teeth are the third and final set of molars that develop in early adulthood. For many people having their wisdom teeth come in… Continue Reading »