Wisdom Teeth Removal and Extractions
Our clinic has got some of the best and qualified surgical doctors for simple and complex teeth extractions. The treatment involves a procedural approach. After looking at the X-ray and examining your mouth, the dentist will inform you which approach is most likely and the anticipated cost of the extraction. Bear in mind, that sometimes, it is not until the doctor makes a start to the procedure in order to know the exact approach that is going to be necessary, and should the tooth awkwardly fracture when attempting a simple extraction, we might need to progress to a sectional or surgical extraction to remove it. Some common cases include broken tooth with complications.
The removal of impacted wisdom teeth involves a minor surgical operation. Although uncomplicated wisdom tooth surgery may be carried out under local anaesthesia, in many cases it is more appropriate for the patient to have a full general anaesthetic, which would be undertaken as day surgery. The process is absolutely painless.
Your dentist or specialist may also recommend removal to prevent problems or for others reasons, such as when removal is part of an orthodontic, restorative or periodontal treatment plan. In addition, the condition of your mouth changes over time. Wisdom teeth that are not removed should continue to be monitored, because the potential for developing problems later on still exists. As with many other health conditions, as people age, they are at greater risk for health problems and that includes potential problems with their wisdom teeth. Regular dental visits are important so your dentist can evaluate not just your wisdom teeth but your overall oral health to help you prevent and manage dental disease and achieve optimal oral health. Do not heasitate to contact us for regular or urgent matters.