Wisdom teeth is indeed a part of human dentition, it is sometimes referred to as the third molar, or the teeth the erupts at the very back side of the jaw. It usually comes up from age 17 – 25. In some cases, the wisdom tooth does not erupt properly, causing it to be impacted under the gums. This impaction can cause pain, swelling and infection. It can also obstruct occlusion for some people. There are other reasons why dentists might suggest wisdom tooth extraction.
The jaw is the last of the teeth. It will be around the age of 18-20 years, but most of it. This tooth usually can not come up normally. This makes teeth that the teeth. Even in the oral cavity of some patients, there may be enough space to allow the third molar tooth. Can come up or up all. However, if the dentist is diagnosed and see the risks. It will be followed later, such as difficult care, infection and inflammation or obstruction to the occlusion, etc. After a thorough analysis. The dentist may recommend removing the tooth. To prevent the spread of the causes mentioned above.
1. Tooth decay of adjacent teeth.
2. Swollen gums caused by infections that can not be easily cleaned.
3. Other diseases associated with gum and jaw.
2. The gums are swollen or reddish in the uppermost position of the second molar.
3. Neck or cheek swelling.
1. Find a dentist for diagnosis. X-rays may also be used to diagnose conditions and signs.
2. Dentists will ask for a history of health to record information such as history of congenital disease, drug allergies, food allergies, etc.
3. Prepare the area to be operated. The dentist will give you a local anesthetic.
4. The dentist will perform the treatment. At the end of the treatment process, the patient is sewn on the wound and oral cavity is washed.
5. Your dentist will provide advice and care after surgery.
A: Due to the natural tendency of wisdom tooth to shoot pain rather unpredictably, it is advisable to remove impacted teeth in the absence of pain. Better than waiting for the pain to come out.
Find a dental surgeon and be diagnosed whether simple or surgical wisdom tooth extraction should be performed.
Local Anesthesia will be injected to relieve pain during the procedure.
Patients will be given instructions for after care.