Two actual patients who have had wisdom teeth treatment from The Maxillofacial Surgery Center in Gilbert


Left Quotation Mark"Dr. Wilson and his friendly staff made me feel very relaxed. The procedure was exceedingly quick thanks to Dr. Wilson, and I experienced a speedy recovery."
- Jake, Actual Patient

"At first I was very nervous. However,
Dr. Wilson made me feel very comfortable and answered all my questions. He stayed in touch and made sure my recovery went well."
- Miranda, Actual Patient Right Quotation Mark

Wisdom Teeth Removal & Other Extractions

Whether your extraction is related to wisdom teeth or another condition, you can feel confident when in the care of Dr. Wilson. After reviewing your medical history and taking diagnostic x-rays of your teeth and jaw, he will work with you to determine your best course of treatment. From the moment you arrive to the moment your procedure is completed, your care is our priority; Dr. Wilson takes the time to explain all aspects of your treatment thoroughly, answer your questions and concerns, and discuss the level of anesthesia that’s right for you.

There are many reasons a tooth may need to be extracted. Some of the most common reasons are preparation for orthodontics, lack of space in the mouth, decay or infection, or removal of the wisdom teeth. Gilbert, Mesa, Casa Grande, and Phoenix area oral surgeon, Dr. Wilson, has the advanced education and training to perform even the most difficult extractions in the comforts of our convenient office. As an expert in sedation surgery, you can trust an extraction performed by Dr. Wilson will be a comfortable experience.

Wisdom Tooth Oral Surgery in Mesa, AZ

Wisdom teeth removal may be the most common extraction. These are the final set of molars most people get when they are in their late teens or early twenties. In most cases, the mouth has insufficient space for wisdom teeth to erupt, which may cause them to become impacted or infected.

An impacted wisdom tooth is not in the best position for proper chewing and cleaning. Given this improper positioning, the impacted sites may be at a greater risk for bacteria to grow and lead to infection. Also, a wisdom tooth that is impacted or erupts sideways may cause damage or crowding to surrounding teeth and roots.

If you are looking for a specialized oral surgeon who is proficient at extractions and the removal of wisdom teeth in the Mesa, Casa Grande, Phoenix, and Gilbert areas, look no further. Contact us at The Maxillofacial Surgery Center today to schedule your comprehensive consultation.