Wisdom Teeth

Wisdom Teeth Removal

Wisdom teeth are the third and final set of molars that most people will get in their lifetime. Some people are able to keep their wisdom teeth without any complications. However, other people experience pain, discomfort and even infection with these teeth. Dr. Snyder provides a limited number of wisdom tooth extractions here in our Elkhart dental office.

Should They Be Removed?

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  •   Impacted wisdom teeth
  •   Limited space in the jaws
  •   Decay or gum disease around the wisdom tooth
  •   Pressure against the adjacent tooth
  •   Partially erupted teeth that are difficult to clean

Sedation With Extractions

Sedation allows us to provide quality, comfortable dental care to everyone. We want our patients to remain comfortable throughout the entire extraction process. Our Elkhart dentist offers a number of sedation options to make sure your procedure is pain free.

Managing The Pain

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Are you experiencing pain or discomfort around your wisdom teeth? If your wisdom teeth are hurting, or if you are suffering from severe tooth decay, please call our Elkhart dentist office today.

Dr. Snyder will assess your wisdom tooth’s position and development, and determine what course of treatment, if any, should be taken. He will also assist you in managing pain and discomfort caused by the erupting wisdom tooth.

Call Us Today!

At our Elkhart family dental office, our qualified dental professionals can perform wisdom teeth extractions right here in our facility, without having to refer you to an oral surgery center. If you are experiencing pain, discomfort, or signs of infection near your wisdom teeth, please call us today. We will be happy to schedule you an appointment!