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Wisdom Teeth Removal in Kingston, ON

Prevent future dental issues with a simple extraction.

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What Are Wisdom Teeth?


Wisdom teeth, also known as third molars, typically emerge between the ages of 15 to 25. For many individuals these teeth can pose significant challenges to oral health.

Do I Need My Wisdom Teeth Removed?

You might need your wisdom teeth removed if you:

  • Experience pain, swelling, or infection in the back of your mouth

  • Have difficulty opening your jaw

  • Have overcrowded teeth


What We Do First

At our practice, we provide thorough evaluations and X-ray imaging to assess the condition of your wisdom teeth. This helps determine if extraction is necessary based on individual factors such as mouth shape, tooth size, and molar positioning.


Customized Approach to Wisdom Teeth Removal

While wisdom teeth removal is a common procedure, its necessity varies from person to person. We tailor our approach to each patient, considering their unique circumstances before recommending extraction. This ensures that the decision is in the best interest of your overall oral health.


Benefits of Wisdom Teeth Removal


Proactively removing wisdom teeth can prevent various potential issues, including:


  • Overcrowding. Prevents misalignment and spacing issues.

  • TMJ Problems. Reduces the risk of temporomandibular joint disorders.

  • Infections and Decay. Prevents infections and decay that are hard to treat due to their location.

  • Damage to Neighbouring Teeth. Protects adjacent teeth from pressure and potential damage.

Why Removal is Often Necessary


Wisdom teeth are positioned deep within the jawbone and often press against adjacent teeth. Their location makes proper hygiene difficult, increasing the risk of infections despite diligent oral care practices. In cases where wisdom teeth develop infections or decay, removal is often the most effective solution, minimizing the risk of further complications.


Personalized Care for Wisdom Teeth Management


Our dedicated team offers personalized care and guidance for wisdom teeth management in Kingston, ON. Contact us today for a consultation to address any concerns about your wisdom teeth and explore your treatment options.

Dr. K and Associates Dental Centre

2802A Princess St,

Kingston, ON K7P 1W9

(613) 634-0402

West End of Kingston, near the Cataraqui Mall

Wisdom Teeth Removal is Important

Wisdom teeth can lead to various issues such as pain, infections, and damage to nearby teeth. Removing them proactively can prevent these problems and support improved oral health

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Looking to restore your smile and improve your oral health? Contact Dr. K and Associates Dental Centre in Kingston today to book an appointment with our skilled dentist Dr. K and see how wisdom teeth removal can make you pain-free again.


Achieving your dream smile is just a phone call away!

Why choose Dr. K and Associates Dental Centre for Wisdom Teeth Removal?

Dr. K is a highly skilled and dedicated professional with over 20 years of experience. She is committed to restoring your smile with exceptional expertise and care. Using advanced, proven technologies and the latest techniques, Dr. K tailors your treatment plan to meet your specific needs.


We understand that visiting the dentist can be intimidating, so we guide you through each step, ensuring full transparency and comfort throughout the process.

Common Questions About Wisdom Teeth Removal

How do I relieve wisdom tooth pain?

To alleviate wisdom tooth pain, consider using over-the-counter pain relievers, applying a cold compress to reduce swelling, rinsing with warm salt water, and maintaining excellent oral hygiene. If the pain persists, it’s advisable to schedule an appointment with your dentist for a comprehensive evaluation and appropriate treatment.

What is an impacted wisdom tooth?

An impacted wisdom tooth is a third molar that doesn’t have enough room to come out normally. It gets stuck under your gum or jawbone, which can cause pain, swelling, infection, or harm to nearby teeth.

How long does it take to recover after a wisdom tooth removal procedure

Recovery from wisdom teeth removal varies from person to person, but typically, individuals can resume their regular activities within 3 days to about a week.

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2802A Princess St, Kingston, ON K7P 1W9

(613) 634-0402

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