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Wisdom Teeth Removal in Davison, MI

Remove Third Molars to Prevent Complications

If you live in Davison, MI, and you need to undergo wisdom teeth removal, Greater Michigan Oral Surgeons & Dental Implant Center is happy to treat you. Wisdom teeth are the third molars and final adult teeth to grow in the mouth. Most people have four wisdom teeth, though it’s possible to have more or less.

When a mouth is too small to hold wisdom teeth, they grow incorrectly and threaten your overall health. Because this is the case for the average person, wisdom teeth removal is a common procedure. Our oral surgeons are experts at extracting wisdom teeth and have years of experience treating patients in the Davison, MI, community. It’s important to visit our office for early wisdom teeth removal to avoid the possibility of infection, tooth misalignment, cysts, tumors, and other issues caused by wisdom teeth growth.

Initial Appointment for Wisdom Teeth Removal

Your consultation appointment is the first step in undergoing wisdom teeth removal. Before developing your treatment, it’s important that our oral surgeons get a good look at your condition and the position of your wisdom teeth. Once they have reviewed your X-rays, any 3D scans, and your health history, they will be able to develop a personalized treatment plan for removal.

Easy, Online Video Consultations

Greater Michigan Oral Surgeons & Dental Implant Center is pleased to offer after-hours online video consultations for patients seeking wisdom teeth removal.

An online video consultation is a virtual consultation that takes place in a HIPAA-compliant video conference setting. It is a safe and convenient way to meet your doctor and care team while you receive important information about your treatment plan, financial details, pre- and post-operative instructions, and more. As an added bonus, an online video consultation allows you to have a consultation at the time and place that is convenient for you. An online video consultation is very similar to an in-person consultation, so you will also have the opportunity to ask any questions you may have.

While we make every effort to ensure we exceed our patients’ expectations, eligibility of an online video consultation is at the discretion of the practice to ensure patient safety and optimal outcomes. In general, patients seeking an online video consultation should

  • Be between the ages of 14 and 30 years of age
  • Be in good health
  • Have recent panorex X-rays
  • Have a reliable, high-speed internet connection

If you are interested in an online video consultation for wisdom teeth removal, please call our office and ask the front desk.

Wisdom Teeth Removal and Anesthesia

One important part of your consultation appointment is determining your choice for anesthesia. At Greater Michigan Oral Surgeons & Dental Implant Center, it’s important to us that our patients feel comfortable during treatment, which is why we offer various forms of anesthesia.

IV Anesthesia. IV anesthesia is the most common form of anesthesia used during wisdom teeth removal because it allows patients to enter a sleep-like state until the procedure is over. Most patients wake up after the surgery and have no idea it even happened.

Nitrous Oxide. Nitrous oxide, which is more often called laughing gas, is usually used before a procedure to ease a patient’s anxiety. In most cases, it is used in conjunction with IV anesthesia or local anesthesia.

Local Anesthesia. Most patients have experience with local anesthesia because it is common in simple dental procedures, such as fillings. Local anesthesia is used to numb the surgical site and prevents the presence of any pain or discomfort.

You and your oral surgeon will go over all of your options for sedation at your initial consultation. We will choose the option or options that you are most comfortable with before proceeding with treatment.

The Procedure Process for Wisdom Teeth Removal

Because each patient’s condition is unique to them, each wisdom teeth removal procedure differs based on specific needs. In most cases, when you come in for wisdom teeth removal, your oral surgeon will administer your anesthesia and remove your teeth from the gums once you are asleep. In some cases, he must remove some bone from the removal path, or he may break the teeth into smaller pieces to help make the removal simpler. In other cases, patients’ wisdom teeth have already fully developed, in which case they can be extracted just like any other teeth.

Where can I get my wisdom teeth removed near Davison, MI?

If you’re in Davison, MI, and searching for an oral surgeon to perform your wisdom teeth removal, our team is your best choice for treatment. Our friendly staff can answer any questions you may have about the procedure and would be happy to schedule you an appointment with our expert oral surgeons. We encourage you to contact our office, and we look forward to meeting you.

From Davison, MI:

  1. Get on I-69 W in Davison Township – 4 min (1.9 mi)
  2. Continue on I-69 W to Mundy Township. Take exit 90 from US-23 S – 13 min (14.7 mi)
  3. Continue on W Hill Rd. Drive to Gateway Center – 1 min (0.3 mi)

Greater Michigan Oral Surgeons & Dental Implant Center
5417 Gateway Center
Flint, MI 48507

These directions are for planning purposes only. You may find that construction projects, traffic, weather, or other events may cause conditions to differ from the map results, and you should plan your route accordingly. You must obey all signs or notices regarding your route.

Types of Anesthesia

We offer a variety of anesthetic options to make your experience as pleasant and comfortable as possible. The method of sedation used depends on your preference, the nature of the procedure, and your medical history.

Hear From Wisdom Tooth Patients

These patients can tell you about the firsthand experience undergoing wisdom tooth at our office.

Reviews From Our Wisdom Tooth Patients

Jake Reviews Her Wisdom Tooth Procedure

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Jake
Wisdom Tooth
Patient

"I came to see Dr. Lesneski because I needed my wisdom teeth taken out. I just remember going back there, and then I got put under, and I just don't remember a thing after that. I just thought it would hurt—like I could feel it—but you can't feel it at all. Wasn't really in pain; it just took a little bit of time for all the stuff to heal up, and I did. It was fine. It didn't take too long to heal. The staff—they're nice, they smile, they're good to talk to. Dr. Lesneski—I like him, he's a good guy. I can get along with him pretty good. Yeah, I know people in Goodrich, Fenton, and Flint, Michigan, that I would for sure recommend Dr. Lesneski to, to get their wisdom teeth out."

Cheyanne Reviews Her Wisdom Tooth Procedure

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Cheyanne
Wisdom Tooth
Patient

"When I walked into the practice, the staff was really welcoming. They treated me like I was one of their family members. It was really nice. My doctor was great. He made me feel super comfortable. He was really laid back and answered all of the questions that I needed to ask. My procedure went really well. The healing afterwards was great, and they gave me all the instructions that I needed to follow. I feel great. Getting my wisdom teeth out helped my teeth stay straight, which was perfect. I would absolutely recommend Greater Michigan Oral Surgeons & Dental Implant Center to any of my friends or family members because it was absolutely wonderful."

Michael Reviews His Wisdom Tooth Procedure

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Michael
Wisdom Tooth
Patient

"Why I came to see Dr. Frey was because I needed my wisdom teeth out. I was in pain—I was having a lot of pain in the back of my mouth. I went to the dentist, and they said that my teeth were coming in wrong, and then from there, they took me right to Dr. Frey. I never had any type of surgery before, so when they said that it was a type of surgery, I was kind of freaking out. But when I knew I was coming here and everything, it was fine. It was quick, easy. It was no pain at all after. I was fine—he took care of me. The staff here is really nice; they're friendly. Dr. Frey—he's a great guy. He can make you smile if you're nervous or anything before. He's there to take care of you. I recommend Dr. Frey and their team to anyone that's nervous or needing to get something done."

Cameron Reviews His Wisdom Tooth Procedure

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Cameron
Wisdom Tooth
Patient

"I came to see Dr. Kittle to get my wisdom teeth out. When I first walked through the door, I was greeted by multiple receptionists. They were joking with me, playing music, it didn’t feel like an appointment. Dr. Kittle is really funny. He’s a really supportive guy. It was a fun experience to get my wisdom teeth out with him. The procedure was easier than I expected it to be. I feel great now. Overall, my experience at Greater Michigan Oral Surgeons was great, and I definitely recommend Dr. Kittle."

Makayla Reviews Her Wisdom Tooth Procedure

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Makayla
Wisdom Tooth
Patient

"Well, I went to the dentist, and I got some X-rays done, and since I had braces, they said that my wisdom teeth would be an issue for me, and once I started feeling them poke through my gums that it was time to get them out. Dr. Lesneski was really friendly and inviting when I came in for a consultation. It probably took about five minutes for him to say, "We can schedule you for a wisdom teeth extraction. How does this date sound?" and I was in and out, and he just made me feel really welcome here. It was really quick. I don't remember any of it for hours afterwards, but my mom said it took about 15 total minutes for me to go back there and leave. If anyone in Bridgeport, Midland, or Bay City were looking for an oral surgeon, I would highly recommend Greater Michigan Oral Surgeons to anyone who is looking for an oral surgeon to go to."

Frequently Asked Questions

How much time off do you need for wisdom teeth removal?

Many patients return to their normal routines within 1-2 days following surgery.

How do I know if my wisdom tooth removal site is infected?

Red, swollen gums, substantial pain, pus coming from the gums, fever, swollen lymph nodes below the jaw, and difficulty opening the mouth are all signs of a possible infection. Call our office right away if you experience any of these after your surgery.

Should you be put to sleep for wisdom teeth?

Most patients undergo IV sedation, which puts you into a semi-conscious state. You are unable to feel pain, but can still answer questions your oral surgeon asks. You will likely not remember the procedure and will become fully conscious when it is over. You must arrange for an adult to drive you home and remain with you for 24 hours following surgery.

What happens if you wait too long to get wisdom teeth out?

Early removal is recommended because younger patients have smoother recoveries. Additionally, the wisdom teeth may not be fully developed, making their removal easier. You can have your wisdom teeth removed at any adult age. Leaving them untreated can cause them to grow at an angle and push other teeth out of alignment.

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