Wisdom Teeth/Tooth Removal

Wisdom Teeth/Tooth Removal

At Pristine Oral Surgery, we specialize in the safe and effective removal of wisdom teeth, ensuring your comfort and health throughout the process. Led by Dr. Garry Shnayder, our expert team is dedicated to providing you with the highest standard of oral surgical care. With locations in Brooklyn, NY, and Paramus, NJ, we are here to serve the communities with professionalism and care.

Wisdom Teeth Removal by Dr. Garry Shnayder

Wisdom teeth, or third molars, are the last set of teeth to develop. Sometimes these teeth can become impacted due to lack of space in the jaw or angle of entry. Removing wisdom teeth can prevent numerous problems, including:

  • Infection: Impacted teeth can trap food and bacteria, leading to serious infection.
  • Damage to Adjacent Teeth: Growth of wisdom teeth can push against neighboring teeth, causing misalignment and damage.
  • Cysts and Tumors: Cysts can form around new teeth, potentially damaging the jawbone and healthy teeth.
  • Overcrowding: Existing teeth can be pushed out of place, requiring orthodontic work to straighten.

Why Choose Pristine Oral Surgery for Your Wisdom Teeth Removal?

  • Expert Care: Dr. Garry Shnayder is a seasoned oral surgeon with extensive experience in wisdom teeth extraction.
  • Emergency Dental Care: We offer emergency services for urgent dental needs outside regular hours.
  • Modern Techniques: Utilizing the latest surgical techniques and equipment for minimal discomfort and faster recovery.
  • Patient Comfort: Ensuring a comfortable, anxiety-free experience with options for sedation.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Wisdom teeth should be removed if they are impacted, causing pain, infections, or other dental problems. It is best to consult with Dr. Shnayder who can advise based on X-rays and examination.

Recovery varies by individual, but typically, you can expect to resume normal activities within a few days. Complete healing may take up to two weeks.

You have options ranging from local anesthesia to sedation. Dr. Shnayder will discuss the best option for your comfort and procedure needs.

You should avoid eating and drinking for 8 hours before surgery if you’re receiving sedation. Arrange for someone to drive you home afterward. Dr. Shnayder and our team will provide a full list of pre-operative instructions.