Wisdom Teeth Removal at Cayon Dental

In some cases for example when the wisdom tooth has erupted partially which allows trapped food to become a breeding ground for dangerous bacteria removal of wisdom is the only solution. Before your wisdom teeth are removed, you need to go through consultation and examination to decide the correct course of treatment. Fully-erupted wisdom teeth can be basically extracted like some other tooth, however, in many cases; they will be only partially or not at all erupted so the procedure will need to be more intensive.

Situations when wisdom teeth need to be removed:

In situations, wisdom teeth removal becomes important because of impaction. Absence of space keeps them from completely entering the mouth, causing infections, harm to surrounding teeth and bone, pain, and sometimes even tumors or cysts. Indeed, even in situations when they do erupt partially or completely, the clustering brought about by these unnecessary third molars frequently leads to contaminations. These issues are common to the point that over 85% of eventually needs to have their wisdom teeth removed.


In cases where the tooth has not ejected totally, the extraction will be done with the help of IV sedation or utilizing a local anesthetic with a sedative to keep you relaxed and comfortable. An opening will be made in the gum over the tooth, and a bit of the bone that covers the affected wisdom tooth will be evacuated to permit get to. The tooth will be removed in areas if necessary to reduce the trouble influence to your jawbone. The procedure will then be repeated if necessary for your other wisdom teeth.

Complications after the wisdom tooth removal:

After a tooth is removed a blood clot forms in the tooth socket and seals the portion so it can mend. A dry socket happens during the initial five days after the extraction when the blood clot separates or is ejected, it uncovered the bone and nerves of the tooth. Just 2 to 5% of individuals will build up a dry socket. A dry socket is very hurting! To calm the pain, a dentist will wash out the empty socket, remove any rubbish and apply medicated dressings to secure the region and reducing the pain. Your dentist will recommend an antibiotic to stop the infection and a painkiller to decrease discomfort. With appropriate care and rest, a dry socket should repair in 7 to 10 days.