Wisdom tooth is the third set of molars in the back of your mouth usually come in when you are between 17-25 years old. In some cases, there is not enough room at the rear of the jaw for wisdom teeth to come through, resulting in the tooth becoming wedged-in or impacted. In these situations, it can cause problems such as infection, crowding, pain, cystic changes, ulcer, food traps and resorption cavity of adjacent teeth. All of these painful conditions will affect your day. You will be annoyed by these situations because you can not enjoy your day like the previous days.
Prevent all these symptoms from becoming serious with. When it becomes a major concern, we recommend that you have your wisdom teeth removed. All the proceeds will be done by An oral and maxillofacial surgeon who can remove a wisdom tooth. Sometimes the surgery is needed, especially for the patient that has wisdom teeth pulled at one time or the patient that has a high risk for complications. Our dentist will delay the surgery if the patients have any infection that needs to be cleared and we will give the antibiotics to heal the infection. Do not be afraid of the pain, because you will be given a local anesthetic by our dentist to freeze or numb the area where the removing wisdom tooth is needed. We may use the general anesthetic if you have several or all of your wisdom teeth removed at the same time. After the removal, you will have a free smile without pain.