Category Archives: Impacted Wisdom Tooth

Facts You Didn’t Know About Wisdom Teeth

Unlike their name proclaims, believe it or not, your wisdom teeth don’t provide you with any wisdom. In fact, wisdom teeth get their name because of the age in which they come in at which is a lot older than your other molars. Let’s face it: the only wisdom you can get from your wisdom […]


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Recovering from Wisdom Teeth Removal? 3 Things to Consider

Recovering from getting your wisdom teeth removed doesn’t have to be as painful as you would think. In fact, just as with any sort of recovery process, as long as you are taking proper care of yourself, then the smoother your recovery should go. From learning what foods you should eat to understanding how often […]


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How to Properly Recover from Wisdom Teeth Removal

Yes, going into the dental chair only to have your bones sawed open and your wisdom (teeth) removed is enough to scare anyone into never leaving their bed. However, because you’ll be unconscious during the entire procedure, it really is nothing to worry about. The main thing you should be worried about with wisdom teeth […]

  • Posted on: Nov 15 2015
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Report Impacted Wisdom Tooth Immediately!

There’s nothing to be happy about finding out your wisdom tooth has already emerged. Aside from the fact that it has nothing to do with gaining more wisdom to your years, a third molar does not really sound appealing – especially if there is not enough room for it to grow normally. This results to […]

  • Posted on: Jun 15 2014
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5 Ways an Oral Surgeon in Fort Lauderdale Can Help You

Do you live in Fort Lauderdale, Pompano or nearby areas and is looking to get the perfect smile? Or maybe you’re currently suffering from an impacted wisdom tooth? Dr. Leslie Sultan is a Fort Lauderdale oral surgeon who can absolutely help you out! Here are 5 ways Dr. Sultan and his team could help you when […]

  • Posted on: Nov 30 2013
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How Serious is Your Impacted Wisdom Tooth?

On a whole, your wisdom teeth appear and develop between the ages of 17 and 25 years. These third molars are referred as wisdom tooth because these ages are supposedly to be your “Age of Wisdom” phase. Although the appearance of wisdom tooth does not present an inherent risk itself, it becomes a problem when […]

  • Posted on: Jul 30 2013
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