Wisdom Tooth Removal In Pasadena, TX

Wisdom tooth extractions don’t have to be scary. Pasadena Dental Doc will walk you through the entire process so you can feel confident before, during, and after your procedure.

Dr. Robert Chang DDS Pasadena Dental Doc General, Cosmetic, Restorative, Preventative, Emergency Dentist in Pasadena, TX 77504

Why Remove Wisdom Teeth?

Many people grow wisdom teeth. However, few people actually have the space in their mouths to accommodate these extra molars. As a result, wisdom teeth can press against other teeth, leading to oral pain, headaches, and even changes in your tooth alignment. Wisdom teeth are also likely to grow in at an angle, which creates unnecessary pain. Because of this, many dentists prefer to remove wisdom teeth before they reach the gum’s surface.

Preparing for Surgery

Before your wisdom teeth are removed, we will examine your mouth and take x-rays to plan the extraction. We will also check for any alignment issues or other complications that your wisdom teeth may have caused. This helps us create a full-spectrum care plan for you and your smile.

Expert Care From Start to Finish

We know that wisdom tooth removals can be overwhelming. Our goal is to make the process as simple as possible. We offer a variety of pre-surgery consultations and sedation options, as well as detailed post-surgery care instructions. Have questions? Just ask! Our team is always here to answer your surgery questions.


A beautiful smile is now easier to achieve than ever before. Invisalign lets patients change their tooth alignment with a series of clear, removable aligners. The process is quick and easy. Read on to learn more.

Straighter Teeth- No Braces Required!

Invisalign patients love how subtle their aligners are. With the clear trays, most people won’t even be able to tell you’re treating your teeth. Plus, the trays are removable, which means you can still enjoy your favorite foods without worrying about damaging your wires. The subtle design and fit make it easy to fit Invisalign into any lifestyle.

Working With Your Dentist

Traditional braces require monthly visits with an orthodontist. However, Invisalign can be ordered right from your dentist’s office. This saves patients time and stress during their treatment. Your dentist can also assess your overall oral health during Invisalign checks, so you can be sure that your mouth is staying healthy along the way.

What to Expect

The Invisalign process is very simple. First, your dentist will assess your teeth and take impressions. Next, they will create a customized plan to straighten your teeth with aligners. Patients will receive new aligner trays every few weeks which will gently move the teeth into the ideal position. It’s an easy and effective solution, without the pain or appearance of metal wires.