Wisdom Teeth Extraction / Removal

How are wisdom teeth removed?...
Aug 05, 2010 10:30:06 am

Question: How are wisdom teeth removed?
by Anonymous
Answer: A local and general anesthetic are used ...
Aug 05, 2010 10:38:32 am

A local and general anesthetic are used to make the process of wisdom teeth removal more pleasant and comfortable for the patient. Usually there is no pain during the process. First the gum tissue is incised to expose the tooth and then the tooth is extracted. The extraction site may then be closed with stitches that dissolve within a few days.
by Dr. Wisdom Teeth
At what age should wisdom teeth be remov...
Aug 05, 2010 10:30:40 am

Question: At what age should wisdom teeth be removed?
by Anonymous
Answer: Each patient is different. Generally by ...
Aug 05, 2010 10:40:33 am

Each patient is different. Generally by the mid teen years, doctors can determine the need for wisdom tooth removal. The earlier the need is determined the better. I prefer the mid to late teens. BUT AGAIN, EACH PATIENT IS DIFFERENT. Young patients heal faster and result in less long term post-operative complications.
by Dr. Wisdom Teeth
How do I know if my wisdom teeth need to...
Aug 05, 2010 10:31:24 am

Question: How do I know if my wisdom teeth need to be removed?
by Anonymous
Answer: Regular dental checkups are the best way...
Aug 05, 2010 10:42:17 am

Regular dental checkups are the best way to know if your wisdom teeth should be removed. Other clues to help you recognize a wisdom tooth problem are pain in the back molar area of the mouth, partially visible wisdom teeth and crowded, overlapping teeth. If you have noticed any of these problems it may be time to have your wisdom teeth removed.
by Dr. Wisdom Teeth
Must wisdom teeth always be removed?...
Aug 05, 2010 10:32:52 am

Question: Must wisdom teeth always be removed?
by Anonymous
Answer: Frequently, the wisdom teeth are trapped...
Aug 05, 2010 10:44:16 am

Frequently, the wisdom teeth are trapped below the gums causing pain and other dental problems. When the tooth only partially extends through the gums, a space is created where bacteria can grow causing infection and tooth decay. If the tooth will not erupt normally or it is trapped below the surface, it should be removed to avoid more severe problems in the future.
by Dr. Wisdom Teeth

Can't Find Your Answer? Ask Dr. Wisdom Teeth a Question about Wisdom Teeth Extraction / Removal

Name:
Email:
Title:
Question:
Sign In