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Wisdom Teeth

WISDOM TEETH - PREVENTION

Wisdom teeth treatment is one of the affordable Dental specialties. It's a lot easier, and cheaper to keep your mouth healthy, clean, bright and beautiful than visit the dentist with a problem a minute too late. Visit the Paya Dental Clinic for a quick check-up. You will not be sorry.

WISDOM TEETH MAY BE THE SOURCE OF YOUR PAIN

Wisdom Teeth can be a source of many mouth problems and can cause you great pain. The location of Wisdom Teeth makes them hard to clean. They are open to bacteria and can rot easily, and cause bad cases of gum disease. Problems with wisdom teeth can be hard to find. It is even common for you to feel great while your Wisdom Teeth are rotting.

DR. PAYA - WE SEE ALL TYPES OF PATIENTS

Wisdom teeth come to the surface last. Most people have four wisdom teeth. Two on the top and two on the bottom. “We have seen patients with only one surfaced Wisdom tooth on the top,” Says Dr. Paya who has been working on Wisdom teeth for over 20 years.

WISDOM TEETH - THE SILENT DISASTER

Often times you may not feel the problems with your wisdom teeth. “By the time patients arrive at our Hialeah Gardens office they are often times no in pain,” said Dr. Paya. It’s usually best to remove wisdom teeth before they get infected and start causing pain. (855) 662-1010

Wisdom Teeth - Symptoms

Bad Breath

Swollen Gums

Bleeding Gums

Swelling Around
The Jaw

Raw Gums

Red Gums

Unpleasant taste

Difficulty Opening
The Mouth

You may have an infection in your Wisdom Teeth even before the problem spreads and reaches your gums. Gum infections have become more and more common. They can cause horrible pain and discomfort. They spread fast and affect other teeth. If treated on time it can be stopped quickly and prevent future teeth problems.

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CAUSES

Because wisdom teeth come in last your other teeth may develop in some of their space. As a result, your Wisdom Teeth may:

  • Grow at an incline and grow into another tooth
  • Lack of space may push them to the back of your mouth
  • A wisdom tooth can grow pressing down in your jawbone
  • They can grow, but stay trapped inside your jawbone

COMPLICATIONS

When a wisdom tooth pushes against other teeth it can cause several problems:

  • The pressure on the other teeth can result in a crooked tooth and you will need braces to straighten the teeth.
  • Wisdom teeth that are impacted can be a real risk. Decay can develop and affect other teeth. Food and bacteria get trapped between the gum and a partially surfaced tooth. Wisdom teeth are hard to clean.
  • The difficulty of cleaning affects the wisdom teeth. That increases the risk of infection and painful gums. This condition is called Pericoronitis.

Prevention

Keep wisdom teeth trouble from happening to you. “A regular six-month dental checkup and cleaning is very important,” says Dr. Paya, the top dentist at affordable dental in Hialeah, Hialeah Gardens, Miami Lakes, Florida. Keep your teeth healthy to prevent bad breath, bad teeth, and a bad smile.

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