Removing wisdom teeth should be done between the ages of 16-20 to prevent them the chance of growing a full root. The root is still forming during these stages of life which means it may be wise to have them removed as a precaution now for easier and quicker removal and healing.
Don’t fall for the trap that they are like the appendix of the mouth, “there, but not necessary”. When your wisdom teeth have a full-grown root it opens your mouth up for issues with other teeth, such as crowding. Our practice has alleviated countless mouths experiencing such complications from full-grown wisdom teeth.
If you’re over 20 years old and your wisdom teeth are bothersome and causing complications, it’s not too late to have them removed. It is our practice’s goal to offer patient care and painless dentistry to everyone who chooses Hebert Family Dentistry.
Amazing staff and very friendly environment. Went for a cleaning recently as a new patient and was welcomed with open arms as if I was a regular. Dr. Hebert has great “bedside manner” and very gentle.
Dr. Ryan took his time in explaining what he was going to do. Also made sure I was not in pain.
I have always had anxiety when it comes to the dentist but I absolutely love my hygienist. She’s very caring, asking if I’m doing ok. That eases me a lot. Dr Hebert is very nice and always explains to you any concerns you have.
– N. L.