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Wisdom Teeth Removal

San Marcos Wisdom Tooth Removal


Do you need to have your wisdom teeth removed in San Marcos, Texas?

Wisdom tooth removal procedures are fairly common and thousands of Americans undergo this procedure every year. Wisdom teeth are the final teeth to grow in and do so at the adult stage. Each adult develops two top wisdom teeth and two bottom wisdom teeth. This procedure is necessary for most due to the teeth not being able to fit in the mouth along with the other teeth. There is also many complications that can arise when the teeth start to come in. If these teeth impact the gum surface, there is a high risk for infection and pain. Other teeth can become damaged or shift in this growing process as well.

When Should These Teeth Be Removed?

To try and avoid the complications that come with the impacting of these teeth, it is encouraged to have these teeth out before they break gum surface. There are many complications that can arise when these teeth impact gum surface, such as infection or a high risk of surgical complications. If the teeth break the gum surface, the surgery becomes increasingly more difficult to perform. The longer one waits to have these teeth extracted, the longer the recovery time will be. The typical recovery time for this procedure is two to three days of avoiding strenuous activities and resting. These few days are accompanied by a soft food diet for 3-7 days following the surgery, to ensure that recovery is not interrupted by stitches becoming loose.

Austin Oral Surgery Can Help

Austin Oral Surgery has been serving the San Marcos, Texas area and the surrounding Austin areas for 45 years now. There are ten Austin Oral Surgery locations around the Austin and San Marcos areas with experienced surgeons on staff. Many of the staff is well trained in the removal of wisdom teeth and the recovery process. The Austin Oral Surgery team is extremely committed to bringing exceptional oral health care to the San Marcos area.

Contact Austin Oral Surgery Today

The staff at Austin Oral Surgery can help address any concerns or any questions about the wisdom tooth removal procedure and the recovery process. Their office can be reached at 512-402-6677.