Wisdom tooth removal
Wisdom tooth extraction is one of the most common dental procedures that many people may undergo. Wisdom teeth, also known as decay-resistant third teeth, often cause problems such as painful growths, space formation or crookedness of other teeth. Removal of a wisdom tooth may be necessary to preserve the health of the oral cavity and avoid possible complications.
The wisdom tooth removal procedure is usually performed under local anesthesia or general anesthesia, depending on the complexity of the case and the wishes of the patient. Local anesthesia provides pain relief and comfort during the procedure, while general anesthesia provides deep sleep and no pain. The dentist will carefully assess the condition of the wisdom tooth and surrounding tissues, and then carefully remove the tooth using special tools and techniques.
After the removal of a wisdom tooth, it is important to follow post-operative care to ensure a quick and trouble-free recovery. Our doctor will provide detailed instructions on oral hygiene, in particular on brushing teeth, using rinses and applying compresses. There may also be recommendations for taking medications to reduce inflammation.