In most individuals impacted wisdom teeth don’t have enough room to erupt in the mouth and eventually cause a lot of problems. That is it is highly recommended to remove your wisdom teeth. You can rely on our team of dentists to offer safe, pain and hassle-free wisdom tooth removal. For more information about our services or to book an appointment with our dentists, please get in touch with us, we will be glad to help you with all your dental requirements.
An impacted wisdom tooth can:
Grow towards the next tooth
It can grow towards the back of the mouth
It can lie down in the jawbone or remain trapped within the jawbone
Wisdom teeth usually erupt between the ages of 17 and 21. Wisdom teeth are commonly removed as in most cases your mouth is too small to fit four extra teeth. These teeth can cause extreme pain during their arrival and even after they arrive. They are usually prone to cavities as they are hard to reach to clean and often decay and may cause damage to the rest of the teeth. That is why it is always best to consult your dentist and remove your wisdom tooth. Get in touch with us for more information.
Extreme and severe pain
Food and debris may get trapped in your wisdom tooth
Periodontal disease or other gum issues
Development of a fluid-filled sac (cyst)
In case your wisdom tooth is placed at an wrong position, you dentist will require to take an x-ray and then surgically remove the teeth. The whole process usually takes about 45 minutes. You can perform your daily activities as usual after the removal of the teeth.
Do I have to make arrangements for someone to drive me home after the removal?
What are the foods I must avoid after the removal?
Should I avoid eating food or drinking fluids?
Can I take my prescription medications?
Should I avoid nonprescription drugs before the surgery?