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Wisdom Teeth Removal in Coimbatore

Wisdom tooth removal is a dental procedure that involves the surgical extraction of the third molars, commonly known as wisdom teeth. These teeth are located at the back of the mouth and usually emerge between the ages of 17 and 25. However, due to limited space in the jaw, wisdom teeth often don't fully erupt or grow in misaligned positions, causing various issues.

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Procedure of wisdom tooth removal

Examination and consultation: Our dentist for wisdom teeth removal in coimbatore will examine your mouth and take X-rays to evaluate the position, size, and condition of your wisdom teeth. We discuss the procedure with you, explain the procedures and address any questions or concerns you may have.

Anaesthesia: Before the extraction, Our dentist will ensure your comfort during the procedure.

Incision and access: If the wisdom tooth is impacted (partially or fully covered by gum tissue or bone), Our Dentist may need to make an incision in the gum to access the tooth.

Tooth extraction: Using specialised instruments, Our oral surgeon will carefully remove the wisdom tooth.

Closure and recovery: Once the tooth is extracted, the dentist may need to stitch the incision if it was made. They may also place gauze over the extraction site to control bleeding and promote blood clot formation.

Follow-up: Our dentist will schedule a follow-up appointment to monitor your healing progress and remove any stitches if necessary.

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What is the need to remove wisdom teeth?

Impacted Teeth: Wisdom teeth often don't have enough space to properly emerge, causing them to become impacted.Impacted teeth can cause discomfort, infection, and swelling.

Crowding: If your jaw doesn't have enough space to accommodate the wisdom teeth, they can cause overcrowding and misalignment of other teeth.

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Tooth Decay and Gum Disease: Wisdom teeth are challenging to clean properly because of their position at the back of the mouth. This can increase the risk of tooth decay and gum disease in both the wisdom teeth and the surrounding teeth.

Damage to Adjacent Teeth: Wisdom teeth can exert pressure on neighbouring teeth, leading to damage, such as tooth displacement or resorption.

Cysts and Tumours: In some cases, a sac called a cyst can form around an impacted wisdom tooth. This cyst can cause damage to the surrounding bone and teeth. Rarely, tumours may also develop near impacted wisdom teeth.


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