Erbsville Dental Can Help with Wisdom Teeth
They are called Wisdom teeth because of a person’s average age when they arrive. Usually, they pop through sometime between your late teens and your early twenties. There are exceptions, at times they come earlier, during your teens, or much later, even in a person’s early thirties. One constant is that your wisdom teeth are the 3rd and final set of permanent adult teeth to come in. They appear at the very back of the mouth on the top and bottom behind your second set of molars. One more thing you can count on, Erbsville Dental will provide help with your wisdom teeth!
When to Remove?
Sometimes wisdom teeth erupt without any immediate issues but many times the argument for removing them outweighs the benefits of there existence. So, what are some situations that require their removal?
- When they come in crooked or are stuck against an adjacent tooth.
- When there is not enough room causing crowding
- When they are in a bad position making cleaning and flossing an impossible challenge.
- When they are impacted, and future infection is likely.
- Although pain maybe a good indicator for removal wisdom teeth, often erupting may occur without pain but cause damage to adjacent teeth
Inhouse Oral Surgeon
Typically, wisdom teeth are extracted by an oral surgeon who specializes in dental surgery. Upon examination, if extraction of your wisdom teeth is recommended then normally a referral would be made. At Erbsville dental you will be able to have your extractions done at our clinic with full sedation options.
Usually, during an extraction surgery, you will have all four wisdom teeth removed. Although each person heals differently, detailed post op instructions are given, which if followed allows for a smooth recovery.
In any case, a xray of your jaw will be taken prior to the removal. Your dentist will want to have a very clear picture of how your wisdom teeth are coming in and just as important, what their root structure looks like. Neither you nor your dentist will like surprises midway through the procedure.
When It’s Time to Remove Your Wisdom Teeth
Dr. Mathews will make every effort to ensure the procedure itself is as minimally invasive as possible. The two-part goal is to make you as comfortable and pain free as you can be and make your recovery time short. Put simply, your teeth are removed with care, using meticulously planned procedures and techniques. With you involved in the discussion and based on your dentists experience a choice will be made to use either simple local anesthetic or in combination with full sedation.
After the Procedure
After the procedure, depending on the circumstances, you may be asked to have a family member or friend drive you home. Once home you may even want someone to monitor your progress. In any case you will have lots of support in the form of information from Erbsville Dental. Tips on aftercare, and how to have the fastest most comfortable recovery. You will know what to expect and what you will need well in advance.
If you need help with wisdom teeth, Erbsville Dental is your best choice. Have questions, don’t hesitate to call us (519) 342-1166. Follow our upcoming blogs about our in office oral surgeon and all services offered.
This article is not intended to be a substitute for professional advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Accordingly, always seek the advice of your Dentist or other healthcare providers regarding a dental condition or treatment.