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While we try to help patients preserve every tooth possible, some teeth need to come out. Dr. Gangi has a special touch when it comes to extractions. He knows that many people get a little (or a lot!) anxious when it comes to having teeth removed. That’s why she takes her time and makes sure her patients stay as comfortable as possible throughout this procedure.

If you have impacted wisdom teeth or a tooth that can’t be saved, we’ll get you through your extraction with all the support you need while keeping discomfort to an absolute minimum.

See What Our Patients Are Saying


“Best dentist I have ever been too! I had my wisdom tooth impacted which needed to be removed immediately. They were so patient and kind with me and it made me feel so comfortable! They all introduced themselves and shook my hand making it super friendly and professional.”

Adriana X.


“Gangi Dental is the best very nice & clean & staff are very friendly & outgoing. Dr. Gangi is the best doctor & very gentle I’ve been going to Gangi Dental for 6 years now even though I moved an hour away, I still go out of my way to go to Gangi Dental, I highly recommend this place to everyone”

Kevin H.


“Dr. Gangi has to be the best dentist I’ve ever seen. He is so awesome and makes going to the dentist not dreadful or painful. Not only is her dental skill game so on point but he is hilarious. Love you Dr. Gangi! Thank you for always taking the best care of me. ❤️”

Kim N.

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Wisdom Teeth FAQ


Your third molars are more commonly called “wisdom teeth.” Usually appearing in the late teens or early twenties, third molars often lack the proper space in the jaw to erupt fully or even at all. This common condition is called impaction. When any tooth lacks the space to come through or simply develops in the wrong place of your jaw and becomes impacted, problems can arise. Primarily, damage to adjacent teeth and crowding occur.


In certain cases, the wisdom tooth that cannot come through becomes inflamed under the gums and in the jawbone, causing a sac to develop around the root of the tooth that then fills with liquid. This can cause a cyst or an abscess if it becomes infected. If either of these situations goes untreated, serious damage to the underlying bone and surrounding teeth and tissues can result.


To potentially stave off this result, an extraction of one, several or all of the wisdom teeth may be advised. If that is the case, we have the equipment and training needed to perform such extractions, with an absolute minimum of discomfort. Ask our staff for more information regarding tooth extractions if you feel you may need one.

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