Sometimes patients come in with their teeth impacted. This is more common than you might think. With many patients having wisdom teeth that are just not able to come out, baby teeth that won’t budge or even teeth growing in the wrong way, it is a common occurrence. The professionals here at Reimels Family and Cosmetic Dentistry know how important it is to have those teeth removed for the health and well being of your oral hygiene.
Do You Have Teeth Impacted?
There are some signs and symptoms that show that your teeth might be impacted. By paying attention to these warning signs and then meeting with a professional, you can ensure that the problem is handled. When you leave the impacted teeth alone, they can cause infections and further pain.
There are many symptoms that are noticed, but usually it is the pain that people notice first. When there is pain that shouldn’t be there, it is important to have the location looked into and the problem fixed. Usually the impacted teeth are in the back of the mouth. The wisdom teeth are the most known teeth to become impacted, so the pain is felt back in this area.
Speak with Our Office Today
Give us a call today at Reimels Family and Cosmetic Dentistry in Hunterville, North Carolina. We can provide you with some information on whether or not your teeth are impacted and if they are, set up a time to have them removed. You should not have to live in pain because of the impacted teeth. With an easy procedure, these teeth can easily be removed, providing you with more comfort overall. Call us today to set up your appointment!
At Reimels, Miller, Paterra Dentistry our patients health and safety is our top priority.
Our team has been monitoring the spread of the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) to ensure the safety of our patients and staff. We are following the recommendations provided by the Centers for Disease Control, NC State Dental Board, and ADA to maintain a healthy environment. Based on their recommendations at this time, beginning 03/18/20 we will be closed for a minimum of two weeks or until further notice. If you have a dental emergency please call Charlotte Emergency Dental at (704) 525-3939 or email them at CharlotteEmergencyDental@gmail.com. We will be using this time to better our practice and continue to improve all aspects of patient care. Thank you for understanding during this time, stay safe and healthy.