Arjun Dental Clinic

Wisdom Teeth Removal

What are Wisdom Teeth?

Wisdom teeth are also known as third molar teeth. They are located at the back of the upper and lower jaws and are the last teeth to emerge in the oral cavity. They usually erupt between ages 17 to 25.

What type of dentist performs wisdom teeth removal?

An oral and maxillofacial surgeon is considered ideal for wisdom tooth extraction.

Why to choose us?

Prof. Dr. Anand Vijay at Swetha Advance Dental Care, Tadepalli, has an experience of around 15 years in the field of oral & maxillofacial surgery. He has performed countless number of surgical and non-surgical method of wisdom teeth removal.

Why Remove Wisdom Teeth?

  • They’re impacted. Because they're so far back in your mouth, wisdom teeth may not come in normally. They can be trapped in your jawbone or gums, which can be painful.
  • They come in at the wrong angle. They may press against your other teeth.
  • Your mouth isn’t big enough. Your jaw might not have  room for eruption of wisdom tooth and this might lead to crowding or damage to nearby teeth.
  • You have cavities or gum disease. You may not be able to reach your wisdom teeth with your toothbrush or dental floss leading to formation of cavities in the normal adjacent tooth also
  • Sinus problems. Wisdom teeth in the upper jaw can cause pain, pressure, and congestion of sinus
  • Pain & Sensitivity. 

Many dentists believe it’s better to remove wisdom teeth at a younger age, before the roots and bone are fully formed, and when recovery is generally faster after surgery. This is why some young adults have their wisdom teeth pulled before the teeth cause problems.

What to Do After Wisdom Teeth Surgery?

Follow your doctor’s instructions for a quicker recovery. Here are some tips for the first 3 days after surgery:



How many days it will take for recovery?

If wisdom tooth is removed under local anaesthesia, you might be able to drive home to begin your recovery. You will even be able to go back to work or do your normal activities. If you had general anesthesia or still feel drowsy, you’ll need someone to drive you home.

Most people have little to no pain after surgery. You’ll likely have swelling and mild discomfort for 3 or so day.

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Got more questions about wisdom teeth removal?  Feel free to contact us anytime.

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