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Sometimes you may experience pain in your wisdom teeth. Wisdom teeth are the last set of molars and people often get them before they turn 30.
There are many reasons for why your wisdom teeth may be hurting:
- Dystopia. If this tooth is not removed in time, bite deformity can develop. This is due to abnormal tooth growth relative to the jaw.
- Retention. Such tooth takes its time to appear. It can be completely hidden under the gum or can be partially erupted.
- Pericoronitis. It is the inflammation of the soft tissues surrounding the crown of the wisdom tooth and it is caused by infection.
If your wisdom teeth do not cause any discomfort, you should keep them as later on they may serve as the support for prosthetics or keep the shape of the gum f the surrounding teeth are missing. However, if your wisdom tooth hurts, it needs to be removed.
The removal of the wisdom tooth is a very complicated process; it requires a great deal of professionalism. First, your dentist needs to understand how the tooth is growing and then the surgery begins. Suring the surgery, the bone, located above the wisdom tooth is removed along with the molar. Thanks to the modern technology the procedure can be painless.
After your wisdom tooth has been removed, you should be following these recommendations:
- Do not drink or eat in the next 2 hours following the surgery.
- Avoid cold and hot drinks and food in the next 3-4 days.
- For some time you should keep the soft food diet.
- Rinse your mouth after every meal.
Why your wisdom tooth should only be removed by professionals:
- Minimized risks, associated with the procedure.
- Quality of the dental service.
- Years of experience.
- Use of the modern technology for the greatest efficiency and painless procedure.