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Wisdom Teeth Extraction

Wisdom teeth often known as third molars are the last teeth to erupt. One usually gets them in late teens or early twenties. However, even instances of eruption in late adulthood are common. If they erupt smoothly and without any interruption, then they can be proved as an asset.


It is also possible that the wisdom tooth is impacted. This means that the wisdom teeth remain intact in the soft tissue and partially break or erupt through the gums.If they remain partially open, then the chances of bacteria entering the tooth are high which may cause infection & lead to swelling in the jaw, pain and general illness.

Is It Necessary To Remove Wisdom Teeth?

As long as the wisdom teeth are not creating any difficulties, they do not need to be extracted. If they are affected or creating crowding, they must be evacuated. If the wisdom teeth is not extracted, it will become impacted. Because your mouth may not have enough space for it to erupt, it may erupt at an incorrect angle, causing harm to the surrounding tooth.

Your dentist may suggest you to remove your third molar as soon as possible since the bones in your mouth become tougher as you age, making removal more difficult.

Delaying can potentially result in major operations and considerable bleeding, as well as a little loss of jaw movement.

Symptoms To Remove Wisdom Teeth

  • Pain behind the molars that may worsen with time.
  • Redness, swelling, and discomfort can all lead to infection.
  • Wisdom teeth can also cause poor breath and bad taste.
  • Jaw stiffness and pain

Procedure To Remove Wisdom Teeth

The tooth removal procedure is determined by the stage of the wisdom teeth. If a wisdom teeth has fully erupted, it is simple to extract. However, if the tooth is impacted, an incision in the gums will be required. Typically, the tooth is pulled in sections to reduce the quantity of bone that must be extracted for tooth removal.

  • Wisdom Tooth Extraction
  • Avoid forceful rinsing or touching the affected area.
  • If you begin to experience discomfort, take the suggested medications.
  • A small amount of bleeding is to be expected; however, if the bleeding becomes excessive, consult your dentist immediately.
  • For a few days, swelling around the mouth and cheeks is normal.
  • For the first few days, stick to a liquid diet. Avoid using straws.
  • Brush your teeth twice a day, but be gentle when rinsing.

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