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wisdom tooth removal

Wisdom Teeth Removal

When the wisdom teeth do not have enough room to erupt properly, they can cause issues like impaction and overcrowding.

We use advanced dentistry and sedation techniques to perform your extraction with little or no discomfort.

Visit Fort Bend Dental in Missouri City, Richmond, or Rosenberg, TX, to find out if wisdom teeth removal is right for you or your child.

When Should the Wisdom Teeth Be Removed?

Wisdom teeth are a third set of third molars, and are the last permanent teeth to erupt. These molars usually develop and come in between the ages of 17 and 25, and they often cause complications because they become trapped in the jaw or there is not enough room for them. In some cases, patients elect to remove wisdom teeth before they result in dental problems.

Your Comfort Is Our Priority

One of the most common reasons a patient may delay a visit to the dentist is fear of pain. Our staff at Fort Bend Dental in Missouri City, Grand Parkway, and Rosenberg, TX, understands this anxiety and takes every measure to ensure you experience little or no pain during your procedure.

Sedation Dentistry

We offer a number anesthesia options such as numbing solution, nitrous oxide, oral medications, and IV sedation to help our patients feel at ease throughout treatment.

Advanced Techniques

More importantly, our dentists combine a gentle method of tooth extraction with modern, innovative dental technology for the most conservative treatment possible.

Reasons for Wisdom Teeth Extraction

Impacted wisdom teeth can remain trapped in the jaw, develop horizontally, or erupt partially from the gums. This can make it easy for food and debris to accumulate, increasing the risk of pain, infection, and swelling. However, even if you do not experience pain, impacted teeth should be removed to prevent future issues. Some of the potential oral health concerns that can result from avoiding wisdom tooth extraction include:

  • Advanced infection caused by trapped food or debris around the tooth, which can lead to periodontal (gum) disease
  • Damage to the tooth, nearby teeth, or surrounding bone
  • Development of a fluid-filled sac (cyst) around the wisdom tooth
  • Complications with past or current orthodontic treatments

These issues can affect your oral health and the appearance of your smile. Extensive damage can also lead to further complications, possibly leading to the need for restorative dentistry procedures in the future.

"First visit with this office and I am ALREADY impressed..."

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Mike Greenwood


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Dr. Kevin Bathege and his staff are very competent and caring. I did share a problem I had and they took care of it. The location of the office is very easy to find – I usually have seen Dr. Kevin at the Richmond office. I was apprehensive to go to his new location, but no problems!

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Anyssa Cormier


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This was my first visit with this office and I am ALREADY impressed with the level of professionalism and courtesy they have shown. They mapped out a plan of treatment that fit for me and never pushed me to do anything I was uncomfortable with. Dr. Brian K. Machart and his staff (Kim) REALLY made me feel welcome and listened to everything I said. I will definitely be going to this office for all my dental needs! Thank you so much for your care!

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