Wisdom Tooth Removal
Wisdom tooth removal can be carried out by a dentist or a specialist surgeon. We have the best solution for your wisdom tooth removal.
Wisdom teeth, or third molars, are the last teeth to erupt in the mouth usually around the late teens or early twenties.
Most adults have four wisdom tooth, but due to the small size of the mouth or other genetic factors, it is normal to have more, fewer, or even none at all.
If the presence of a wisdom tooth does not cause any discomfort to you it can be left untreated but most times wisdom teeth do not grow properly as jaws do not have room to accommodate wisdom teeth’s late arrival.
Due to this, the wisdom tooth become stuck underneath the gum line, resulting in “impacted wisdom tooth.” This can cause swelling, severe pain, and infection in the gums. As they try to erupt, wisdom teeth apply pressure on the adjacent teeth causing a shift in the existing teeth in your mouth. The wisdom teeth grow at the back of your gums and are the last teeth to come through. Most people have 4 wisdom teeth (1 in each corner).
Wisdom teeth usually grow through the gums during the late teens or early twenties. By this time, the other 28 adult teeth are usually in place, so there isn’t always enough room in the mouth for the wisdom teeth to grow properly.
Because of the lack of space, wisdom teeth can sometimes emerge at an angle or get stuck and only partially emerge. Wisdom teeth that grow through like this are known as impacted. The Best solution for wisdom tooth removal is here.
When is Wisdom tooth removal advised?
Pain or infection
Cysts or tumors
Gum infection around the wisdom tooth area
Tooth decay cannot be repaired by fillings or root canal treatment.
For effective orthodontic, restorative, or periodontal treatment (as the presence of a wisdom tooth might hinder a good outcome).