Wisdom Teeth Removal
Impacted wisdom teeth can cause severe discomfort, leading to complications such as misalignment or infection.
Our office in Montreal, QC, offers gentle and advanced wisdom teeth removal to promote long-term oral health.
Find out how Drs. Patrick and Charles Casey can help alleviate your symptoms…
In Pain Now?
We Provide Precise, High-Quality Care
Here at Smile Montreal, we use advanced technology and perform a comprehensive evaluation to determine your candidacy for wisdom teeth removal. We use digital scans and x-rays to assess your jaw, third molars, and surrounding teeth. Our cone beam CT scanner presents an incredibly accurate representation of your dental anatomy so we can plan a precise and beneficial procedure. To book your consultation, reach out to us online or call our Montreal office at:
Impacted Third Molars Can Cause a Chain Reaction of Issues
How Our Dentists Determine If You Need Wisdom Teeth Removal
It's possible that one of our dentists may notice an emerging tooth or teeth during your routine examine. If that's the case, Dr. Charles or Patrick Casey will likely talk to you about making a wisdom tooth appointment.
If your teeth have not yet emerged from your gums, our Montreal dentists can examine your jaw using X-rays. While you might not need immediate treatment, this procedure can help you plan for the future.
Usually, patients will noticed their wisdom teeth emerging during their late teens to early twenties. If you are of that age bracket, you may want to consult your dentist about your tooth care possibilities.
From sinus issues to inflamed gums, your teeth may already be telling you that they need to be removed. If you or your dentist notice any of these tooth symptoms, it's likely time to schedule your wisdom tooth treatment.
What if you could spare yourself some of the pain and stress of emerging wisdom teeth?
Prevent Future Problems By Removing Your Wisdom Teeth Now
At the moment, your wisdom teeth may not be impacted at all. However, it's possible that they will emerge and shift over time, causing problems such as cysts and tooth decay. Fortunately, you can avoid those problems entirely with a preventative wisdom tooth removal at Montreal Smile.
Our knowledgable dentists, Drs. Patrick and Charles Casey, can carefully take out your wisdom teeth now, so that you do not have to struggle with tooth emergencies or complications in the future. Ready to get started? Want to learn more?
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A Closer Look At Impacted Wisdom Teeth
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What to Expect during Treatment
Day of Procedure
After your wisdom tooth procedure, it will take about two weeks for you to heal completely...
What to Expect during Recovery
Our Montreal staff will provide you with a detailed list of instructions to follow after surgery. To ensure a comfortable, successful recovery, these guidelines must be followed precisely:
It is normal to experience some pain and discomfort after surgery. Wisdom tooth pain can be managed with ibuprofen, naproxen, or other over-the-counter pain relievers.
Blood clots will form in the surgical site. It is crucial not to use a straw or make a sucking motion with your mouth, as this could dislodge the blood clot and cause a painful condition called dry socket.
To reduce inflammation and swelling, patients can apply a cold compress to the jaw area. This should be done in 20-minute increments for the first 24 hours after surgery.
During the first few days of recovery, it is important to avoid strenuous activity. An elevation in heart rate can increase the risk of post-operative bleeding and swelling.
Patients should eat a soft-food diet such as yogurt, pudding, applesauce, pasta, eggs, or smoothies. After a few days, you may incorporate more solid foods at your discretion.
"Best dentist I've ever been to easy. I'm an extremely rough patient who is petrified of needles and has panic attacks. Dr. Casey AND HIS STAFF (can't stress this enough, many reviews speak of Dr. Casey but his staff is equally unbelievable and exceptional) have never judged me and have always been nothing but understanding. If you want the highest level of care possible, this is the place to go." Gregory Fischer-Rush, 2020