Wisdom Teeth Extraction

Wisdom teeth extraction service by Elite Dental in New Braunfels, San Antonio, and Pleasanton

When wisdom teeth have been compacted or cause overcrowding, Dr. Mohan and Dr. Veena can provide extraction services. Our dentists have decades of experience in performing extractions, so you can rest assured that Dr. Mohan and Dr. Veena are more than capable of taking care of your impacted wisdom teeth removal. We strive to make the procedure as comfortable as possible for you.

Once wisdom teeth are removed, it is essential to take the proper steps to ensure a healthy healing process and reduce the risk of infection. Our dentists will provide detailed instructions on how to care for the extraction site, including tips for keeping the area clean and how to handle any bleeding. Additionally, we recommend that you get plenty of rest and avoid strenuous activity for the days following the procedure. Dr. Mohan and Dr. Veena will be monitoring your progress and making sure that your healing is going smoothly. If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us and we will be more than happy to provide the answers you need, providing services in San Antonio, TX, Pleasanton, TX, and New Braunfels, TX.

Wisdom teeth or third molars typically start to grow between the ages of 17 and 25, and oftentimes, these wisdom teeth do not fit into the mouth. Because of this, dental professionals recommend removing them as soon as possible in order to avoid potential dental problems and tooth decay. As they are the last teeth to fully mature, it is best to get them removed as soon as possible.

How do I know if I need to get my wisdom teeth removed?

Sometimes, the four wisdom teeth can be normal and cause little damage to the body. However, in some cases, they can be situated angiographically, or buried in or around teeth or underneath the gum tissue, making them a source of concern. Your oral health care provider may recommend you get your wisdom teeth removed to keep tooth decay and gum infection at bay. Even if you’re not having any issues, they might still suggest removing your wisdom teeth to lower your risk of infection and decay. It’s possible for anyone to do a wisdom tooth removal.

Dr. Veena and Dr. Mohan are experienced dentists who understand the importance of wisdom teeth extraction and its potential risks. Dr. Veena is experienced in preventive and restorative dentistry and will work to ensure that the wisdom tooth extraction process is as safe and comfortable as possible. She will discuss the potential risks associated with the procedure, so you can make an informed decision about your oral health. Dr. Mohan is experienced in surgical dentistry, and he will provide a thorough evaluation and treatment plan to determine if a wisdom teeth removal is right for you. He will also provide the necessary post-operative care to ensure a successful recovery. Both Dr. Veena and Dr. Mohan are dedicated to providing outstanding care and will work to ensure that your wisdom teeth removal is safe and successful.

Extraction Procedure for Wisdom Tooth Removal

When Dr. Mohan or Dr. Veena perform a wisdom teeth removal, they make sure the patient is comfortable by using an anesthetic to numb the area. Next, they carefully open the gums and extract the wisdom teeth, taking special care to remove any pieces that may have broken off during the process. The dentist may suggest regular check-ups and cleanings maintain the area’s health.

The dentist will also provide the patient with post-operative instructions to help optimize healing. These include avoiding hard and chewy foods, not smoking, taking pain medication as prescribed, and practicing excellent oral hygiene by brushing, flossing, and using an antibacterial mouthwash if recommended. Additionally, using a warm salt water rinse may help reduce swelling and promote healing. The patient should also be careful not to disrupt the sutures and keep the area clean. If the patient follows the dentist’s instructions carefully, they should have a successful wisdom teeth removal experience.

Wisdom Teeth Consultation Appointment

If you think you need to have a wisdom tooth removed, or if you are unsure, you should come in for a consultation with Dr. Mohan or Dr. Veena. During the visit, they will examine your mouth and make their recommendations. This consultation includes an oral exam, necessary X-rays, and a conversation with Dr. Mohan or Dr. Veena to address any questions you may have.

Dr. Mohan or Dr. Veena will review your symptoms and medical history to ensure that an extraction is the best course of action. They will also explain the procedure, any potential risks, and what you should expect before and after the procedure. If wisdom teeth need to be removed, Dr. Mohan or Dr. Veena will discuss the available options for pain management and post-operative care. They will also provide you with information about follow-up visits and answer any other questions. The wisdom tooth consultation is an important step in ensuring you get the best care possible.

Dr. Mohan Raj Jaganathan and Dr. Veena Raja are proud to offer their services at three convenient locations:

• 4877 Fredericksburg Road, San Antonio, TX 78229

• 1144 Oaklawn Road HWY 97, Pleasanton, TX 78064

• 1671 IH 35 S Suite 300, New Braunfels, TX 78130

No matter where you are in the area, you can easily access the quality care offered by these two experienced dentists. With their expertise, you can rest assured that you will get the best treatment possible.


How long does it take to recover from wisdom teeth removal?

The recovery of the wisdom tooth can take as much as 2 weeks. It may occur that during this stage you may experience swollen lips and a swollen nose.

Is wisdom teeth removal very painful?

Upon completion of the treatment, you will not feel any pain but just minimal discomfort. After surgery extraction you may feel tender and uncomfortable for days but with some rest and recovery you will return to normal in 7 days.

What's the definition of impacted wisdom teeth?

Impacted wisdom teeth are third molars that fail to break through the gum tissue or only partially emerge. This condition occurs when there is not enough space in the jaw for the tooth to grow. Impacted wisdom teeth can be painful and cause swelling, infection, and damage to adjacent teeth. They can also cause problems with chewing and can lead to gum disease if not removed.

How do you prepare for wisdom teeth extraction?

Before having your wisdom teeth removed, it is important to prepare for the procedure. Your dentist will likely provide you with pre-operative instructions, such as eating only light meals the night before and avoiding certain foods and drinks. You may also be instructed to take certain medications before the procedure. Additionally, you should plan to have someone drive you home after the surgery, as you will likely be drowsy and unable to drive on your own. Lastly, it is important to have a plan for the recovery period, such as acquiring the necessary pain medication and soft foods to eat while you heal.

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4877 Fredericksburg Road,
San Antonio, TX 78229

Monday to Thursday: 9 AM–5 PM
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1144 Oaklawn Road HWY 97,
Pleasanton, TX 78064

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1671 IH 35 S Suite 300,
New Braunfels, TX 78130

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