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Wisdom Teeth

Wisdom teeth removal is a common dental procedure to remove one or more of the four third molars located at the back of the mouth. These molars typically emerge between the ages of 17 and 25, which is why they are referred to as "wisdom teeth." However, not everyone develops wisdom teeth, and some may have fewer than four or none at all. The removal of wisdom teeth is often necessary due to various factors, including Impaction, Crowding, Tooth decay and gum disease



Before the procedure, we will examine your mouth, take X-rays, and discuss your medical history to determine the best course of action and anesthesia options.



The actual removal of the wisdom tooth is performed using various instruments, including forceps and elevators. If the tooth is impacted, a small incision might be made in the gum to access the tooth.



Local anesthesia is usually administered to numb the area around the wisdom tooth to minimize discomfort during the extraction. 



A follow-up appointment will be scheduled to check the healing progress and remove any stitches if necessary.

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