Impacted Tooth Exposure Reviews
When a tooth becomes stuck (or impacted) beneath the gums, it can cause problems with your bite or more serious issues such as infection. The most common teeth to become impacted are your canines and your wisdom teeth, but while wisdom teeth are typically removed, your canine teeth are vital to the development of a proper bite and provide considerable chewing power. The treatment for impacted canine teeth is usually exposure and bonding, and you can hear more about the procedure from our patients below.
The exposure treatment typically involves Dr. Poore and your orthodontist—both doctors will work hand in hand to bring the tooth out from the gums and guide it into its proper place in the dental arch. If you'd like to hear about how easy the treatment is and how pleasant the experience is at our East Stroudsburg office, you can watch the testimonials below.