The doctors of Midwest Oral Surgery & Dental Implants spread awareness of the severity of impacted wisdom teeth and wisdom tooth pain. These Omaha, NE oral surgeons offer gentle, effective wisdom teeth extractions using sedation and opioid-free pain relief.
OMAHA, NEB. (PRWEB) JULY 19, 2019
The renowned oral surgeons at Midwest Oral Surgery & Dental Implants in Omaha, NE offer patients experiencing wisdom tooth pain an option to receive gentle, effective wisdom teeth extractions. Trained in a hospital setting for up to six years beyond dental school, Drs. Jerome Wees, John Wewel, and Benjamin Anderson possess medical knowledge and surgical skills that are rare to dentistry. These oral surgeons use that experience to provide the most comprehensive and compassionate treatment for their patients with impacted wisdom teeth.
Wisdom teeth, also called third molars, are the last teeth to erupt in the mouth. Since most people don’t have room for wisdom teeth, at some point along the eruption pathway, the wisdom teeth inevitably get stuck. This makes the timing of removing impacted wisdom teeth extremely significant. Because wisdom teeth develop during the late teenage and early adolescent years, an impacted wisdom tooth can easily be removed when a patient is still young. Youth increases the likelihood that a wisdom tooth is still in the proper location and the root hasn’t fully formed yet. The longer a wisdom tooth remains in the mouth, the more time the roots have to fully form, and the greater the chance that the teeth will become solidly impacted.
The doctors of Midwest Oral Surgery & Dental Implants highly recommend that patients receive a wisdom tooth extraction at the first sign of wisdom tooth pain. This will decrease the risk of complications and will provide quick relief from the corresponding pain.
Because wisdom tooth extraction is a treatment usually associated with pain and swelling, Drs. Wees, Wewel, and Anderson work carefully to ensure that patients experience the least amount of pain possible throughout the process. These oral surgeons offer patients EXPAREL®, an opioid-free pain relief option. EXPARELallows patients to remain numb up to three days after extraction, giving them a nearly pain-free experience.
“This is important nowadays because we have a narcotic crisis,” Dr. Wees explains describing EXPAREL. “Anything we can do to lower the suffering of our patients, and possibly and probably avoid the use of narcotics is very well advised.”
Individuals in Omaha, NE with impacted wisdom teeth and those experiencing wisdom tooth pain are encouraged to connect with the oral surgeons at Midwest Oral Surgery & Dental Implants. Patients can schedule an appointment for wisdom tooth extraction with or without a referral by calling 402-397-7777 or visiting http://www.midwestoms.com.
About the Oral Surgeons
Midwest Oral Surgery & Dental Implants is a full scope oral and maxillofacial surgery specialty practice serving patients in Omaha, NE. Dr. Jerome Wees has been practicing oral and maxillofacial surgery for over 20 years and is the current President of the Omaha District Dental Society. Dr. John Wewel completed his oral and maxillofacial surgery residency at the University of Nebraska and is a Diplomat with the American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons. Both Dr. Wees and Dr. Wewel maintain hospital privileges at the surrounding Omaha hospitals. Dr. Benjamin Anderson graduated summa cum laude from the University of Nebraska and completed his oral and maxillofacial surgery residency at the University of Mississippi. Midwest Oral Surgery & Dental Implants utilizes state-of-the-art technology and offer a full spectrum of oral surgical procedures including full mouth reconstructions, dental implants, and wisdom teeth extractions. To learn more about Drs. Wees, Wewel, and Anderson and the services they offer, visit http://www.midwestoms.com or call 402-397-7777 to schedule a consultation.
This is important nowadays because we have a narcotic crisis. Anything we can do to lower the suffering of our patients, and possibly and probably avoid the use of narcotics is very well advised.