Wisdom teeth are the set of permanent teeth which we get only after reaching our teenage. Here are some of the important wisdom teeth facts you should know before you get to decide with wisdom teeth removal.Continue reading
Wisdom teeth erupt and show up on dental x-rays when you are in your teens. However, you will begin to feel these molars only after they push up against your back gums. This is why your dentist will start examining your wisdom teeth area with your general checks up as soon as you reach your teens. Wisdom teeth sometimes cause swelling, cavities, pain or gum disease usually because:Continue reading
Your dentist suggests wisdom teeth removal for you. But they don’t hurt, so why remove them? There are so many reasons for your dentist to recommend you to get wisdom teeth removed. Preventive treatment is also one among the reasons why they are removed. Your dentist can see and examine your mouth better than you do. This may be the reason why he suggests removal even before you feel them. These days’ oral surgeries for wisdom teeth removal have become a standard procedure which is almost a rite of passage for adults. Here are some details about wisdom teeth to help you know when wisdom teeth removal becomes necessary.Continue reading
‘Wisdom teeth removal’ – just this phrase is enough to make your mouth hurt. But, do you really know what to expect during and after wisdom teeth removal procedure? It is such a simple and painless dental procedure. Taking the time to learn more about wisdom teeth removal will reduce your anxiety and help you prepare better for the procedure. Regardless of whether you are getting single or all your wisdom teeth removed, here is some information that will give you an inside look onto what you can expect with the procedure and its healing process.Continue reading
No one who visits their dentist wants to hear they should have their tooth removed, but sometimes tooth extraction becomes vital in protecting your smile. According to dentists, the most often removed teeth are the third molars also called the wisdom teeth. In rare cases, patients jaw has space to accommodate the additional set of molars. However, most of the patients will not have enough space and require wisdom teeth removal. Read further to learn more about why wisdom teeth removal is often suggested and, what to expect with the procedure?Continue reading
If your dentist suggests removing your wisdom teeth, do not panic. You will be fine!
In fact, when your wisdom tooth begins to affect your oral health, having them removed is a wise decision.
Having your wisdom tooth extracted can be a daunting process. But do not worry you are on the path to have healthier teeth. Yes, all you have to do is take care of your extraction site by following these aftercare tips.Continue reading