Wisdom Teeth in Columbia, MO

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Wisdom Teeth Removal in Columbia

Wisdom teeth, also known as third molars, typically emerge between the ages of 17 and 25. These final set of molars can cause various dental issues due to their late arrival and limited space in the jaw. Often, they may become impacted or grow in misaligned, leading to discomfort, pain, and potential oral health complications. When these problems arise, it’s essential to seek professional dental care to prevent further complications.

Don’t let wisdom teeth problems compromise your oral health and quality of life. Schedule a consultation with us today and take the first step toward a healthier, happier smile. Our friendly team is here to assist you every step of the way.

Your Health
Your Smile


Alleviates pain and discomfort associated with impacted or misaligned wisdom teeth.


Prevents cysts, tumors, and other potential oral health complications.


Reduces the risk of gum disease and tooth decay.

Wisdom Teeth Removal At
Cherry HIll Dental


We use state of the art cone beam technology to diagnose and treat your teeth. 3D imaging allows accurate diagnosis and treatment.


We provide laughing gas as a safe and effective sedative that will help to alleviate anxiety and discomfort.


We use tools specially designed to remove teeth gently and efficiently.


We provide comprehensive post-operative care and guidance for optimal recovery.

Your questions answered

Common questions

Signs that indicate the need for wisdom teeth removal include pain, swelling, difficulty opening the mouth, gum inflammation, and difficulty brushing or flossing the area. Additionally, your dentist may recommend removal based on X-ray assessments that reveal potential problems with the positioning or eruption of your wisdom teeth.

While not all wisdom teeth need removal, most individuals require extraction due to potential complications associated with impaction or misalignment.

Our dental team prioritizes patient comfort, utilizing anesthesia to ensure a pain-free experience during the procedure. Some discomfort may occur during recovery, but it is manageable with proper care.

Recovery time varies, but most patients can resume normal activities within a few days to a week. Full recovery typically occurs within a few weeks, with proper post-operative care.

Removal of wisdom teeth typically does not affect facial structure. In fact, it often prevents potential issues that could impact the jawbone and surrounding teeth, preserving oral health and aesthetics.

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