Wisdom Teeth Removal
Dental pain, infection, and tooth overcrowding are just some of the complications that can develop as a result of wisdom teeth.
Our gentle doctors serving from Layton to Lehi, UT, can prevent or resolve these conditions with wisdom tooth removal.
Wisdom teeth removal is easier and more beneficial than most patients imagine...
Extractions Can Prevent Oral Health Problems
Are you unsure if you need wisdom tooth extraction?
Book Your Wisdom Tooth Appointment!
Even if you or your child are not currently experiencing symptoms of wisdom tooth issues, preventive removal is worth considering in order to avoid the need for costly and complicated treatment in the future. Stubbs Dental will be happy to examine your smile and help you make an informed decision regarding your wisdom teeth. Take charge of your oral health and schedule an appointment at one of our conveniently located offices in Bountiful, UT, Layton, UT, Lehi, UT, or Murray, Utah. You can reach us online or by calling:
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Wisdom Tooth Removal
Is More Common Than You Might Think...
What To Expect During the Procedure
Day of Procedure
After the surgery, our PRP treatments can help expedite recovery.
Don't Worry about Discomfort...
Our modern techniques and patient-focused care minimize any discomfort associated with wisdom tooth removal. Several of our dentists including Dr. Stubbs are qualified to administer sedation. After the surgery, our platelet-rich plasma treatments can expedite recovery and reduce the risk of complications.
Meanwhile, our offices in Bountiful, Layton, Murray, and Lehi, Utah, are full of luxury amenities to keep you comfortable and entertained throughout your visit. We strive to deliver a more positive experience at the dentist's office and go the extra mile to assist you in any way possible.
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While some mild swelling and bruising is normal, most visible side effects will subside after a week. Get plenty of rest in the first 24 hours after your treatment. Meanwhile, make sure to carefully follow your post-op instructions to ensure a safe and timely recovery:
Bleeding and Swelling
You can expect some swelling and bleeding around the gums following your procedure. Avoid rinsing your mouth or brushing your teeth for at least 24 hours to allow blood clots to form around the extraction sites.
Most patients will experience some discomfort and soreness in the first few days, which can usually be managed with over-the-counter pain medication. Ice the area to reduce swelling and change the gauze according to the doctor's instructions.
Food and Drink
Eat soup, yogurt, and other very soft foods at first. You can resume eating soft solid foods a few days after the procedure as long as it doesn't cause you too much discomfort. Avoid drinking from a straw for a week or two, since this can dislodge the blood clots and interfere with your healing.
While every patient heals differently, many people can return to school or work a day or two following extractions. Your dentist will determine when it is safe to resume exercise and other strenuous activity.