How Are Your Wisdom Teeth Coming Along? [video]

I'm Having a Hard Time Chewing Reading, MA Dentist | First Dental Associates

We encourage our patients to visit us for routine dental cleanings and exams to be proactive about their oral health. Your dental needs change throughout your life.

One of those big changes typically occurs in your late teens or early 20s, which is when most people’s wisdom teeth erupt. Through regular check-ups at our dentist office in Reading, MA, we can take X-rays to monitor your wisdom teeth as they develop.

If we notice a potential problem, we can advise you on whether you should have your wisdom teeth removed. The short video below by the American Dental Association includes more information about wisdom teeth and the problems they can cause.

Call 781-435-7290 or contact First Dental Associates online to schedule your next appointment.

Get Our Free E-Book
Get Our Free E-Book

Free e-book! Straight teeth give you more than just a pretty smile! Fill out the form below for instant access.

Latest from Our Blog See More
Don’t Let Gum Disease Steal Your Smile

In our previous post, we shared some tips for preventing gum disease.Today, we want to discuss some reason this is important — not ...

Read More
Small Steps Every Day Help Prevent Gum Disease [video]

Gum disease affects as many as 4 in 5 people in the United States. While it’s always better to prevent periodontal disease, it’s ...

Read More