Dr. Ismaili Has Been Trusted By Thousands Of Patients Since 2002

Experienced Oral Surgeon

Dr. Ismaili is a devoted and gifted surgeon whose friendly nature and genuine connection with his patients creates a welcoming environment. He focuses on first establishing a personal relationship that allows him to understand his patients’ concerns and desires. During the consultation process, he will answer any questions you may have and walk you through the best plan of action. His outgoing personality and outstanding surgical skills have led many local doctors, their families, and their staff to seek his care.

Why should you get your wisdom teeth removed?

For many people, wisdom teeth do not have enough room to erupt into the mouth and become trapped or impacted in the mouth. This can cause an uncomfortable pain to form. If they do erupt partially or fully it can lead to increased tooth decay and infection. It is often recommended to remove wisdom teeth to reduce or eliminate complications with wisdom teeth. This will also relieve the pain you are experiencing, giving you piece of mind! Our oral surgeon, Dr. Ismaili, has been performing wisdom teeth removal since 2002.

Smile Houzz is a Participating Provider for Most Dental Insurance Plans

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When you call us, we can verify benefits and confirm insurance coverage. Our staff will work with you to assist you in maximizing your insurance benefits. The following is a list of the more common insurances with whom we are providers:

  • Aetna
  • Blue Cross/Blue Shield
  • Delta Dental
  • Ameritas
  • Guardian
  • Cigna
  • Metlife
  • United Concordia
  • Unicare
  • And Many More…

What is the Smile Houzz Advantage?

Not only do we offer top oral surgery treatment in North Richland Hills, but we also have a board-certified pediatric dentist and board-certified orthodontists in house. We are a private practice with complimentary specialties for enhanced continuity of care. We offer orthodontics, pediatric dentistry and oral surgery. It has never been easier to see more than one family member at the time. A time efficient solution for busy families that will leave you wondering why there has not been a multi-specialty practice like this sooner.

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What is a Wisdom Tooth?

Third molars are often referred to as wisdom teeth. They are usually the last teeth to develop and are in the back of the mouth. They are the last molars behind the second molars and may or may not be visible to the eye.

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Impacted Wisdom Teeth

Wisdom teeth can be considered impacted, partially impacted or erupted based upon how much bone and soft tissue is entrapping the tooth. The surgical procedure required to remove the wisdom tooth depends on the severity of its position and the amount of bone around the tooth.

WHY DO WE NEED TO REMOVE WISDOM TEETH?

In most cases, wisdom teeth do not have enough room to erupt into the mouth and become trapped or impacted in the bone in the back of the jaw. If they do erupt partially or fully the tissue over the top of the back portion of the tooth creates a pocket which can harbor food and bacteria. This can lead to increased tooth decay and infection. Cystic lesion formation around fully impacted wisdom teeth can lead to damage of the jaw bone and adjacent healthy teeth. It is often recommended to remove wisdom teeth to reduce or eliminate negative consequences related to complications with wisdom teeth. 

Wisdom Tooth Removal

Oral Examination and X-Rays

Dr. Ismaili, will complete an exam and take x-rays of the mouth to visualize the position and bone around the wisdom teeth. These diagnostic procedures will allow our surgeon to plan the best approach to your unique situation. Studies show that early intervention of crowded wisdom teeth results in superior outcomes for patients. Patients are generally evaluated by their dentist, orthodontist or an oral surgeon in the mid-teenage years. Out-patient surgery is typically performed under anesthesia to maximize patient comfort. In a few days after the area has healed, you should be back to eating normal foods and going about usual activities.

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