Wisdom Tooth Removal in Kharghar
An affected wisdom tooth can create serious health issues. It can damage other teeth, lead to cysts, gum disease, and even cysts or benign tumors.
Wisdom Tooth Removal Procedure
If the tooth has not come from the gum, a small incision will be made in the gum to access it. A small piece of the bone covering the tooth may also need to be separated.
The tooth may be cut into smaller parts to make it simple to remove through the incision. There’s little need to make a cut if the tooth has severed through the gum.
You’ll feel some pressure just before the tooth is separated, as your dentist or oral surgeon needs to broaden the tooth chamber by rocking the tooth back and forth before taking it out.
You should not sense any pain as your wisdom teeth are removed because the area will be desensitized. However, if you do feel pain during the procedure, tell your dentist or oral surgeon so they can give you more anesthetic.
How long it takes to detach the tooth will differ. Simple procedures can take a few minutes, but it can take longer than 20 minutes if it’s more complicated.
Wisdom Tooth Recovery
You must take care of your mouth when you get home to stay away from infection or any complications.
Follow the instructions of your surgeon exactly.
Likely, your surgeon will counsel you not to brush your teeth, wash your mouth, or floss for 24 hours.
He or she might tell you to rinse your mouth with saltwater. If so, do not spit. Just let the water trickle out of your mouth into the sink.
The dentist will give you lots of gauzes to take home. Feel free to change your gauze as often as you need. The gauze will absorb excess blood.
You should be able to continue your regular activities two or three days post wisdom teeth removal.