In part one in exploring wisdom teeth, we covered what wisdom teeth are and why they develop. In today’s post, we’ll further explore additional facets of wisdom teeth and wisdom teeth removal. Wisdom teeth removal is a surgery, but it doesn’t have to be scary. The oral surgeons at the Alaska Center for Oral + Facial Surgery care about your concerns and will sit down and answer all your quest…Read More
At Alaska Center For Oral + Facial Surgery, not only do we have the premier oral surgeons in the world, but they have extensive experience, graduating from both dental and medical school, ensuring the highest quality of care from oral surgeons who really care.
When you partner with us, you’ll experience an innovative facility that mimics what you’ll find in a hospital and affordable care in bone grafting and wisdom teeth removal. Our oral surgeons will work with you closely to develop a treatment plan that works for you and has the highest treatment outcomes.
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Wisdom Teeth Removal and Why We Have Them in the First Place Wisdom teeth, as they are affectionately referred to, are our third molars that sit dormant for a time and appear later in life. While some people can go a lifetime with their wisdom teeth and not be bothered, most people will end up having their wisdom teeth removed. One of the most common oral surgeries is wisdom teeth removal, and at …Read More
If you’re new to the Alaska Center For Oral + Facial Surgery (AOFS), we are a state-of-the-art, modern accredited surgery and anesthesia facility with board-certified surgeons who provide minimally invasive procedures. When you’re suffering from teeth issues, sleep apnea, jaw problems or head and neck trauma, they can often be painful and cumbersome. The surgeons and staff members at AOFS unde…Read More