Wisdom Teeth Removal

Using advanced procedures to ensure less pain, less swelling, and more comfortable healing.

The average adult has 32 teeth by age eighteen and each has a specific name and function. However, the average mouth is only large enough to hold 28 teeth. These other 4 teeth are your third molars, also known as wisdom teeth. Unfortunately, for the majority of today’s young adults, their jaws are not large enough to allow the eruption of the third molars in a normal, healthy, and functional position.

An individual can experience swelling of the affected area, sore throat, headaches, and ultimately infection. Impacted teeth are also known to develop cysts that can enlarge, hollowing out the jaw, causing permanent damage to the adjacent bone, teeth, and nerves.

Many of the problems created by impacted third molars can develop without symptoms. Even if they erupt into the proper position, since they are very difficult to clean, it is recommended to have them removed in order to improve the overall health of the mouth and to prevent future issues.

To determine if wisdom teeth are present and if removal is indicated, a thorough examination of your mouth is performed. There are different types of impaction, which will also determine the protocol we will take to extract your third molars.

Dental Extractions

Your dentist may refer you to our office for removal of other teeth either because of disease and pain or in preparation for implant placement or orthodontics. All of these procedures can be performed in our offices as well.


Want to know more?
Call us for your consultation at 864-714-1800 or email us at office@poafs.com.

Wisdom teeth removal services are ideal for patients experiencing pain, worried about tooth decay or wishing to improve the overall health of oral cavity compromised by wisdom teeth.

Using only the safest materials and latest dental implant technology, our surgeons can address your dental implant needs, whether it’s a single tooth or multiple sites. Click below to learn more.

Corrective jaw and facial surgery, also known as orthognathic surgery, involves correcting problems of abnormal growth and development of the jaws and facial structures.

You may need to have a tooth extracted if you have tooth decay, advanced gum disease, a broken tooth that cannot be repaired, infection, or misalignment of your teeth.