Wisdom Tooth Surgery

Wisdom Tooth Surgery Overview

The 3rd set of molars, which usually occurs between 17 and 25, are removed during Wisdom Teeth Removal Surgery.

Suppose a Wisdom Tooth does not have room (impacted wisdom tooth), resulting in pain, infection or other dental problems. In that case, you will likely need to have it taken out.

Dentists and Oral Surgeons may suggest Wisdom Tooth Extraction to prevent future problems, even if the affected teeth do not cause problems at the moment.

The majority of wisdom teeth can be extracted safely under Local Anaesthesia.

Why should you choose us for your Wisdom Teeth Extraction?

  • We are highly experienced team of Dentists.
  • We are committed to providing you with quick, safe and effective wisdom teeth surgery in a comfortable environment.
  • We treat, relieve pain and make teeth healthy again with wisdom teeth surgery for hundreds of patients every year.

“We have Special Training in Removing Wisdom Teeth under Local Anaesthesia and are Extremely Competent and Quick”

Frequently Asked Questions

What are Wisdom Teeth?

Wisdom teeth are the 3rd and final pair of molars that most people develop between the ages of 17 and 25. These teeth can sometimes be an essential asset to the mouth if they are healthy and properly aligned. Still, they are more often misaligned and need to be removed.

Note: Some people may never develop wisdom teeth.

What are Impacted Wisdom Teeth?

Because the human mouth cannot accommodate 32 teeth, Wisdom Teeth can cause crowding, infections, and swelling.

Impacted Wisdom Teeth are those that do not have adequate room to develop correctly. They don’t quite make it to the mouth. As a result, they may grow in the wrong direction, emerging sideways, at an incorrect angle, or only half-developed.

What are the problems with Impacted Wisdom Tooth?

An Impacted Wisdom Tooth can cause the following problems:

– Grow at an angle toward the next tooth (second molar).

– Grow at an angle toward the back of the mouth.

– Grow at a right angle to the other teeth, as if the Wisdom Tooth is “lying down” within the jawbone.

– Grow straight up or down like other teeth but stay trapped within the jawbone.

When will I need to get an Impacted Wisdom Tooth Removed?

You will likely need your Impacted Wisdom Tooth removed if it results in problems such as:

-Pain

-Trapping food and debris behind the Wisdom Tooth.

-Infection or Gum Disease (Periodontal Disease).

-Tooth Decay in a partially erupted Wisdom Tooth.

-Damage to a nearby tooth or surrounding bone.

-Development of a fluid-filled sac (Cyst) around the Wisdom Tooth.

-Complications with Orthodontic Treatments to straighten over teeth.