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2013-05-27 18:27:58
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The extraction of a tooth is classified as oral surgery.


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Teeth surgery is called oral surgery. An example of oral surgery is wisdom tooth extraction.

Extraction is numbing your area and pulling your tooth. Surgery is having incisions and usually be put out to get teeth out.

For one tooth, 30 minutes to 1 hour at the most.

No, More often than not,dentists find not removing wisdom teeth to be more life threatening than it is to remove them.

Endodontic surgery involves dental surgery. It is a procedure that involves opening the gum tissue and removing the bone and end of the root of the troublesome tooth.

Wisdom tooth is the 3rd molars and that build in each quadrant of the mouth.

Dentists perform wisdom tooth extractions. Most dentists will perform them in their own surgery but in the case of more complex extractions, it may be necessary for the patient to attend a dental hospital.

Wisdom tooth extraction requires an oral surgeon when the wisdom tooth is compacted, or when the area around the tooth is infected.

Normally a wisdom tooth is a third molar.

Oral surgery is a dental specialty that involves the surgical treatment of diseases in the mouth, teeth, gums, and jaws. Oral surgery is often involves dental implants, tooth extraction, corrective jaw surgery, and bone grafts. The most common treatment provided by oral surgeons is tooth extraction, especially wisdom tooth removal. Many young adults have their wisdom teeth extracted, because they often cause trouble in the mouth. A skilled oral surgeon can certainly solve this problem, and do it painlessly. Most wisdom tooth extractions can be finished in fifteen minutes without putting the patient to sleep.

it depends on the type of the surgery. if it is a wisdom teeth removal then they will To remove the wisdom tooth, your dentist will open up the gum tissue over the tooth and take out any bone that is covering the tooth. He or she will separate the tissue connecting the tooth to the bone and then remove the tooth. Sometimes the dentist will cut the tooth into smaller pieces to make it easier to remove.

Wisdom teeth start to erupt at about 18 years of age. Thus the term wisdom teeth.

I'm not sure, but I wouldn't do it just in case.

is wisdom tooth extraction reuces mind

A wisdom tooth is one of the three molars. A molar is defined as a tooth with four cusps or points, and the wisdom tooth is simply the last molar to erupt and farthest back in the jaw.

yes it is ok to have popcorn after you get a wisdom tooth pulled out

at the time of birth no one has wisdom tooth

Well, I do have wisdom teeth though I do not think you can really call it a wisdom tooth as you can only get wisdom teeth from the age of 17.

Signs and symptoms depend on the difficulty and type of surgery. If the tooth is not impacted in bone, surgery impact on swallowing will be mild. on the other hand, if the wisdome tooth is deeply seated in bone, this will ncessetate surgical flap and bone removal which will make swallowing difficult for few days after surgery. This is mainly because the muscle of the pharynex (superior constrictor muscle) has close relation to the soft tissue posterior to the wisdom tooth (retromolar region) which is usually incised during surgery. Swallowing can be improved by using analgesics, mouth gargles with hot salty water the day following surgery.

If you are feeling better and not too loopy from the pain meds, go ahead!

It is not impossible if the tooth has erupted into the mouth, but it is important to determine if filling a wisdom tooth is the best course of action. Often, removing a wisdom tooth is preferable to filling because the tooth may not be in a functional relationship (ie., it does not bite against another tooth). Also, wisdom teeth are often very difficult to keep clean, and the likelihood of decay re-occurring is quite high. It is generally a matter of weighing the benefits against the risks associated with the proposed treatment. As wisdom teeth are generally not critical to maintain a healthy mouth, removal is usually the preferred treatment. A competent oral surgeon or dentist should be consulted before making the decision of how to treat a wisdom tooth.

No. I am 61 and just had a wisdom tooth removed. No problem.

the wisdom tooth is the last tooth to erupt which erupts any time around 18 to 24 years of age.

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