Wisdom teeth (Teeth No. 8) and unforeseen problems
The wisdom teeth in the right upper jaw cause pain
Painless tooth extraction Extraction with Piezotome ultrasonic surgery units
Advice after dental extraction
Wisdom teeth removal is not a simple procedure in dentistry because of its complex position and structure, unlike other teeth. So, what is wisdom teeth and how to remove it safely, without complications?
Should wisdom teeth be extracted?
Tooth extraction is the removal of a tooth, using forceps, from the dental alveolus or the socket in the alveolar bone. There comes a time in everyone’s life when one has to get his tooth extracted. Though your tooth is supposed to last a lifetime, but almost everyone has to get his tooth extracted. For some it’s early, for some it’s late.
Tooth extraction, or the removal of a tooth, is a relatively common procedure for adults, even though their teeth are meant to be permanent. Read on to learn more about tooth extraction and what you need to do after this dental procedure.
There are several risks and complications of a tooth extraction that may affect some patients who need to have a tooth removed.
Only a very small percentage - about 2% to 5% of people - develop dry socket after a tooth extraction. In those who have it, though, dry socket can be uncomfortable. Fortunately, it's easily treatable.