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Dr. Behrooz Khademazad DDS

Wisdom Teeth Removal Grand Prairie Tx

Find comfort and confidence with our wisdom teeth removal service at Grand Prairie Family Dentistry. Your gateway to a healthier, brighter smile starts here.

Pain-Free Wisdom Teeth Removal

Dealing with wisdom teeth pain isn’t just a physical issue—it deeply affects your comfort, confidence, and daily life. Imagine that pain disappearing, replaced by relief and a newfound sense of well-being. That’s not just a dream; it’s what expert wisdom teeth removal can do for you.

At our clinic, we understand the anxiety that comes with dental procedures. But with our experienced team, your journey to a pain-free life is smoother and more comforting than you might expect. We’re here to not only remove a source of discomfort but to enhance your overall quality of life.

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Your Best Smile Awaits!

Want a better smile? Let’s figure it out with you! Take our quick quiz and let Dr. Behrooz Khademazad and our team at Grand Prairie Family Dentistry find the right dental care just for you. It’s your first step to a brighter smile!
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What Best Describes Your Condition?

Signs You Need Wisdom Teeth Removed

Wisdom teeth troubles? Here’s when removal is key:

  • Persistent Pain: Ongoing discomfort means it’s time for a check-up.
  • Swelling: Swollen jaws or gums signal trouble.
  • Difficulty Eating: Trouble chewing? Your wisdom teeth might be the cause.
  • Gum Inflammation: Red, tender gums around wisdom teeth need attention.
  • Poor Alignment: Misaligned teeth? Wisdom teeth could be crowding them.

Don’t let these issues dampen your smile or life. Our expert team offers gentle, effective wisdom teeth extractions. Let us help you achieve a healthier smile.

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Types of Wisdom Teeth Removal

Wisdom teeth removal varies based on your specific situation:

  • Simple Extraction: For fully erupted teeth, involving straightforward removal.
  • Surgical Extraction: For impacted teeth beneath the gum, requiring an incision.
  • Partial Bony Extraction: When the tooth is partially trapped in the jawbone, some bone may be removed.
  • Full Bony Extraction: For teeth fully encased in the jawbone, involving more complex bone removal.

Our dental team ensures the most suitable, comfortable procedure for you, aiming for minimal discomfort and quick recovery. Let us help you achieve a pain-free, healthy smile.

Get a Happy, Pain-Free Smile

Having wisdom teeth removal done might sound scary, but it’s a big move for a better smile and no pain. Our expert team is here to help you every step of the way. Think about feeling good and not having any more pain. That can be real.

Pick a pain-free life. Pick being healthy. Pick us for your wisdom teeth removal. Let’s do this together and get you smiling happily and pain-free.

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What Best Describes Your Condition?

Want a better smile? Let’s figure it out with you! Tell us What Describes Your Condition For Wisdom Teeth Removal To See if We Can Help.

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Wisdom Teeth Removal

Does getting wisdom teeth out hurt?

You won’t feel pain during the procedure because of anesthesia. There might be some discomfort after, but we’ll give you advice on how to manage it.

How long does it take to recover?

Recovery varies, but most people start feeling better in a few days. It can take up to two weeks for complete healing.

When should I get my wisdom teeth removed?

It’s best to remove wisdom teeth if they cause pain, are impacted, or could cause dental problems. We’ll check and suggest the best time for you.

Can I eat normally after removal?

You’ll need to eat soft foods and avoid anything hard or chewy for the first few days. We’ll give you a list of food recommendations.

How can I prepare for wisdom teeth removal?

  • Eat well before: You might need to fast before the surgery, so have a good meal the night before.
  • Arrange a ride: You’ll need someone to take you home after, as you might be groggy from anesthesia.
  • Follow pre-op instructions: Your dentist might give you specific advice, like not eating before surgery. Make sure to follow it.
  • Prepare a recovery spot: Set up a comfortable place at home where you can rest after the surgery.
  • Stock up on soft foods: Have plenty of soft, easy-to-eat foods ready for your recovery period.

Grand Prairie Family Dentistry

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972-988-0900 (office)


2475 W Pioneer Pkwy
Grand Prairie, Texas, 75051

Office Hours

Monday – 9am-5pm (Closed 1pm-2pm)
Tuesday – 9am-5pm (Closed 1pm-2pm)
Wednesday – 9am-5pm (Closed 1pm-2pm)
Thursday – 11am-7pm (Closed 2pm-3pm)
Friday – Closed
Saturday & Sunday – Closed

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