Everything You Need To Know About Wisdom Teeth Extraction

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When you hear the word ‘wisdom teeth’ you might not really associate it with pain or discomfort. However, the truth is, wisdom teeth often tend to cause a significant amount of discomfort if not removed at the right time. When the last set of molars start to grow and develop, wisdom teeth hardly have any space to grow or fit in without causing any damage to the surrounding teeth. Thus, if wisdom teeth are not removed when they initially appear they cause alignment problems and also damage the gums. Typically, wisdom teeth start to appear in your teens or early twenties so it is important to keep an eye on its development right from the early stages.

Oswal Dental Clinic has established itself as one of the best orthodontists in Pune in recent years owing to the hard work and strong work ethic of every staff member. In addition, our state-of-the-art clinic is equipped with modern dental infrastructure integrated with advanced dental technology.

As mentioned previously, wisdom teeth should be removed when they first start to appear to avoid complications in the future. Hence, it becomes important for patients to know a few things about wisdom teeth and the process of extracting the same. Let’s find out.

What exactly are wisdom teeth?

Wisdom teeth are nothing but a pair of molars that are present at the back of your mouth. Usually, they appear late as they grow last and can be seen in teens or patients who are in their early twenties. Although there are a few individuals who do not experience any problems due to wisdom teeth, a large majority of patients require wisdom tooth extraction to avoid severe dental problems such as decay, infection, damage to nearby teeth, crowding, and more.

When do you need wisdom teeth extraction?

It is important to visit your dentist every six months so that they can monitor the status of your wisdom teeth by looking at the X-ray. Typically, it is recommended to extract your wisdom teeth before severe problems start to develop which might require painful and complex dental procedures.
Moreover, proactive extraction is easier as the roots are not developed completely.

There are a few signs that will indicate that your wisdom teeth are starting to cause trouble such as pain in the jaw, regular infection, crowding, and pain or irritation at the back of your mouth.

Wisdom teeth extraction and recovery

The key to successful extraction of wisdom teeth is choosing an experienced and a skilled oral surgeon. Experienced and skilled dental experts will ensure that the procedure is smooth without any hiccups. At the time of the procedure, you will be given local anesthesia and sedated with medication which means at the time of the surgery, you will be asleep so you do not have to worry about the pain involved.

The only thing you need to now think about is the recovery process. Provided you follow the instructions of your dentist and take the prescribed medication at the right time, recovery will be smooth and a swift process. It is essential to keep an eye on the dry sockets that are likely to expose the nerves and the bone to the air, fluids, and food. If you experience pain, discomfort, or have bad breath, you will have to let your dentist know about the same.

Our team of highly experienced dental experts has performed hundreds of wisdom teeth surgeries in Pune. In addition, we ensure every patient is at ease before and after the treatment and help them in the best possible way to recover swiftly.

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Dr. Nitin Oswal
Dr. Nitin Oswal completed his B.D.S. from Bharati Vidyapeeth Dental College & Hospital, Pune in 2003 & M.D.S. in the field of Oral & Maxillofacial surgery from Dr. D. Y. Patil Dental College & Hospital, Pune ( Pune University) in 2008. He has a practice restricted to Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery and is a consultant at Sahyadri hospital, Inamdar hospital & Ranka hospital.
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