Wisdom Tooth Removals - Williamsville & Amherst, NY

Over 70,000 Extractions and Counting

Why Some Wisdom Teeth Need Extraction

Wisdom teeth, or 3rd molars, are the last teeth to erupt in the mouth. However, many patients experience complications with wisdom teeth in Williamsville & Amherst, NY because these teeth become fully or partially impacted, causing pain, crowding, and even gum disease and cysts. Removing wisdom teeth before these problems arise is generally our recommendation, as this reduces the risk for damage to other teeth or the development of decay or disease in your mouth.

Our oral surgeons are experts in wisdom teeth removal, and their extraction is one of the most common procedures we complete at our office. We have completed tens of thousands of these procedures in our over forty years of combined experience. We know that many of our wisdom teeth patients are teens who experience a higher level of anxiety or apprehension about undergoing often their first major surgery. 

Our surgeons are excellent at helping both parents and teens understand what they can expect during their wisdom teeth extractions so all questions and concerns can be answered before the day of surgery. We will ensure you are fully prepared and comfortable receiving wisdom teeth extractions from our experienced team.

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Dr. Nigalye Discusses Reasons for Wisdom Teeth Removal

Symptoms of Impacted Wisdom Teeth

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Dr. Nigalye Talks about Pre-Op Care - Wisdom Teeth Removal

Comfortable 3rd Molar Extraction with Anesthesia

Since we know that many wisdom teeth extractions are the first major surgeries young adults face, we strive to make the process as comfortable as possible. We provide all anesthesia options in Williamsville & Amherst, NY, including nitrous oxide (laughing gas) and IV sedation, to ensure a pain-free experience and to help ease your anxiety.

During the procedure, you will be comfortable and relaxed, and may only feel a slight pressure as we gently remove each tooth. Having taken highly detailed 3D images of your teeth and bone and planned your treatment, we will be able to streamline the surgical process and take minimally invasive measures to ensure a more comfortable return to health.

After your surgery, we will make sure you are ready to go home, then will be available in case you need any follow-up care during your recovery. In a few days, you will be able to return to all your normal activities—free from the pain and discomfort caused by impacted wisdom teeth.

Experience gentle, comfortable treatment with us.

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