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Wisdom Teeth Removal

The wisdom teeth can cause several dental problems, including pain, infection, and tooth misalignment.

With a safe and comfortable procedure, Dr. Adam Osga can remove wisdom teeth that will negatively affect your dental health.

At Osga Dental in Brazoria, TX, Dr. Osga can perform wisdom teeth removal to improve your overall oral health.

Why Choose Us?


A skilled dentist practicing since 2008, Dr. Osga has performed thousands of extraction procedures; in fact, he stopped counting at 20,000 teeth extracted. While many other dentists refer their cases to an oral surgeon, Dr. Osga's years of hands-on experience have made him skilled in this area of dentistry.

Advanced Technology & Custom Care

Using state-of-the-art technology and a focus on communication, Osga Dental provides the latest in patient-centered general dentistry, cosmetic dentistry, and implant dentistry. We use Vatech 3-D imaging, Tekscan™, and the iTero® Intraoral Scanner to improve our diagnostic and treatment planning capabilities. 

Affordable Costs

Dr. Osga is committed to making dental care affordable to all patients, which is why we offer lower prices than other dentists and oral surgeons in the area. Typically, the cost of extraction runs from $230 to $1,400, depending on the number of teeth extracted and whether you have a simple or complex case.


We offer financing options to make the cost of treatment more affordable by breaking up the total cost of treatment into smaller monthly payments


We offer sedation options to improve your comfort; however, you must have a driver that can take you to and from your appointment.

What Are Wisdom Teeth? Understanding the Basics

There are many misconceptions about the third molars. Here are some facts that will help you understand what they are and why they can pose a problem.

Extra Set of Molars

Wisdom teeth are a third set of molars that erupt in the very back of the mouth. Most people have four extra molars, two on upper row of teeth, and two on the lower row of teeth. It's possible to have fewer of these teeth develop and emerge.

Affect Teens & Adults

For most, the third molars erupt during the teenage years or early adulthood. It's possible for a wisdom tooth to come in much later in life, but the majority of people who see their dentist about these extra molars are in their teens and early twenties.

You Don't Need Them

Wisdom teeth aren't necessary. In fact, crowding from a wisdom tooth can make it difficult to clean the very back of the mouth. A wisdom tooth that comes in crooked can painfully press against other molars and cause tooth misalignment.

Signs of Wisdom Teeth Problems Top Reasons to Have Them Removed

An impacted wisdom tooth can increase your risk of tooth decay, fractures, and even root canal infections. If you experience any of the issues listed below, it's important to speak with a dentist or oral surgeon about wisdom tooth removal.


An impacted wisdom tooth pressing against an existing molar can cause persistent tooth pain. This will only get worse without treatment at our Brazoria practice.

Crooked Teeth

As impacted third molar can press against the adjacent tooth, and this force can result in the rest of your teeth shifting position and becoming crooked over time.

Facial Pain

Impacted third molars can also cause persistent jaw pain. Changes in your tooth alignment could cause soreness in the the sinus area as well.

Frequent Cavities

The tight squeeze from the extra molars in the back of the mouth makes it difficult for your toothbrush or floss to remove food particles and plaque.

Swollen Gums

Pain from tooth impaction or issues with oral hygiene could result in inflammation of the gums around the back of the mouth.

Bad Breath

Oral hygiene challenges make it hard to have fresh breath. Bad breath is also a sign of cavities, gum disease, and root canal infections.

Potential Problems with Wisdom Teeth Eruption

How the wisdom teeth can grow in
The wisdom teeth may partially erupt or fail to erupt completely, increasing the risk of infection, tooth movement, and other dental problems. Even if the wisdom teeth come in straight, they can push the other teeth out of alignment.

A Skilled Dentist Is Here for You Improve Your Dental Health and Wellness

People throughout Brazoria, TX deserve a dentist who puts their needs and their comfort first. That's why Osga Dental is here, offering routine checkups and cleanings as well as more advanced procedures like wisdom teeth removal and dental implants.

For more information about wisdom teeth removal and the many other services we offer, we encourage you to contact the team at Osga Dental. You can also reach us by phone:

Call Us: (979) 798-4493

The Osga Dental team
The team at Osga Dental in Brazoria

The Patient Always Comes First A Dentist Who Takes Time to Listen


Karen Minson

September 5, 2019

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I cannot say enough about Dr. Adam Osga and his staff. Never have I been more comfortable while having a tooth extracted. Dr. Osga explained exactly what he was going to do and what I would feel and hear. Therefore, I was totally relaxed during the procedure. There was very minimal discomfort. Before I left his office I felt more like I had just spent time with friends. Each staff member I have met I would like to take home with me. They were helpful, cheerful and very professional. Aubrey is amazing. She cleaned my teeth during a prior visit and was so thorough and gentle that I truly enjoyed the time spent there. I am so very happy to have found Dr. Osga and his staff!

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Besilisa Rye

January 10, 2019

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I had my tooth pulled a while ago, I am so scared of dentist. Dr. Osga was exceptional, did not feel anything from the needle of the anesthesia to the pulling of the tooth, he has very light hands & his bedside manner is wonderful, his dental assistant HILDA was very supportive & very calming to my frazzled nerves. I will go have any teeth pulled at this OSGA DENTAL office anytime. I was scared for nothing because the experience was calming & easy but most of all pain free.

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Removing a Wisdom Tooth An Illustrated Overview

This illustration provides a general overview of how the problem tooth is revealed and removed at our Brazoria practice without harming your existing teeth.
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Wisdom Tooth Removal Procedure What to Expect from Treatment

This step-by-step guide through the wisdom teeth extraction procedure gives patients an overview of the process and an understanding of why it's safe.
Dr. Adam Osga can remove impacted wisdom teeth that negatively affect dental health and oral hygiene.
Dr. Adam Osga can remove impacted wisdom teeth that negatively affect dental health and oral hygiene.

Diagnostics & Planning

Before the oral surgery date, we take x-rays of the teeth, gums, and jaw. We then plan out the procedure ahead of time. Proper planning means a faster and safer surgery.
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Anesthesia & Sedation

During the actual oral surgery, local anesthetic is administered to prevent pain during the procedure. Sedation methods are also used to put patients in a relaxed state.
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Removing the Wisdom Teeth

An incision is made in the gums to expose the wisdom tooth and its root structure. The tooth may be extracted in one piece or may need to be broken into multiple pieces.
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Sealing with Sutures

Once all of the wisdom teeth are removed, the incisions along the gums are sealed using sutures. The sutures will dissolve on their own during the patient healing process.

Packing with Gauze

Finally, the extraction areas are packed with cotton gauze. The gauze applies pressure to the gum line to aid in healing and prevent excessive bleeding after surgery.
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The Dental Center You're Looking For Advanced Patient-Centered Dentistry


Pam Roberts

December 7, 2018

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The Osga Dental Team are all very professional and caring. Dr. Osga is the best Dentist I’ve ever had. I had my teeth cleaned by Aubrey today and she did an awesome job. They always make me feel at ease and comfortable because I’m one of the nervous types. The ladies in the office are sweet and professional as well.

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Robert Zboril

February 2, 2018

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Dr. Osga is outstanding! Having seen his work i know that Brazoria is very fortunate to have him. A dentist with a personality and the ability to put you at ease. His obsession to detail and high standards put him in the top 10% of dentists in my opinion. Between the 3D images he uses for implants, the scanner he has that allow impressions for crowns without the traditional goop and the 3D printer he uses; patients are receiving a quality of care that rivals any other dental office.

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Dr. Adam Osga

Osga Dental

Dr. Adam Osga and his team strive to provide leading dental care. He incorporates advanced technology, participates in ongoing education, and is a member of:

  • The American Dental Association
  • Texas Dental Association

To schedule your consultation, contact us online or call us at (979) 798-4493.

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