Few are the patients who are in the know that the operation to remove wisdom teeth is comparable in its complexity with appendicitis removal. Moreover, the correct removal of an atypically located tooth helps to avoid complications, which, unfortunately, are not infrequent.
We recommend that the wisdom teeth be extracted in advance, before they start disturbing the patient. This is due to the more sparing operation itself and the subsequent rehabilitation of the patient. We remove wisdom teeth of any complexity, using a piezotome, a special ultrasound device which can significantly improve the accuracy of the surgeon’s work. In addition, the risk of swelling is significantly reduced, and the healing takes shorter time than usual.
Untimely removal of wisdom teeth, both in adults and children, can bring about teeth misalignment, inflammation, infection and loss of several adjacent teeth. Early diagnosis of the location and condition of “sleeping” teeth will save you trouble in the future!
The tooth is extracted after a preliminary X-ray examination (and, where required, after CBCT), under local anesthesia or sedation (if so desired by the patient).
After surgery, medication will be prescribed to the patient. On the 3rd day after the operation a control examination is held. In 1-week time, the sutures are removed.
You should be aware that untimely removal of wisdom teeth can bring about, in both adults and children, a distortion of the dental arches, inflammatory processes, infection and loss of adjacent teeth.
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