Tribeca Oral Surgeons

Teeth removal in Tribeca

Tribeca Oral Surgeons

Tribeca Oral Surgeons

Have you been told that you will need the services of an oral surgeon? Do you need to have wisdom teeth or other teeth removed? If this is the case you will want to come to see us at Dental Specialty Associates. We offer the highest skilled dental specialists and oral surgeons who will provide you with the very best of expert care, whatever the procedure that is being performed. Our Tribeca oral surgeons will perform your oral surgery using the very best state—of-the-art modern equipment and techniques.

Our practice, Dental Specialty Associates, is a unique multi-specialty dental practice. Our oral surgeons are Dr. Wayne Maurer and Dr. Norman Gold. Not only do we offer the services of the very best Tribeca oral surgeons, but we also offer services in the dental areas of periodontics, endodontics and orthodontics/pedodontics. All of our services are offered under one roof, making this very convenient for our patients. Often times our areas of service may overlap; for instance orthodontics work may at times require tooth extractions. This way you will be able to have all of your dental services performed by a practice that you have come to feel comfortable with and trust completely. Whatever the procedure, we always consider our patients’ safety and comfort to be top priorities. We treat our patients as the important individuals that they are, and do everything we can to make sure that their visit with us is relaxed and stress-free.

Our Tribeca oral surgeons perform wisdom teeth extractions, and extractions of other teeth, for patients on just about a daily basis. Hopefully when you have your teeth extracted it will be a very basic procedure. However, should you need specialty services it is good to know that you are being treated by an oral surgeon who is a highly-trained expert in the procedure that you are having. Wisdom teeth commonly need to be removed; they are the last teeth to come in and can have trouble erupting in an already crowded mouth. Wisdom teeth may be positioned horizontally or be angled toward or away from other teeth. This can make it difficult for them to erupt at all. When the wisdom teeth are not aligned well they can damage adjacent teeth or other parts of the mouth. Wisdom teeth can even become trapped in the mouth’s tissue or the jawbone and become impacted. Bacteria can enter around the tooth and cause infection and pain. For these reasons keeping some wisdom teeth in your mouth can actually become dangerous for your oral health. Extraction of wisdom teeth is very common. If you would like to be seen by one of our oral surgeons regarding removal of your wisdom teeth, or another oral surgery procedure, contact our office today.

225 Broadway, Suite 101
New York, NY 10007
(212) 374-9500