WISDOM TEETH REMOVAL
Wisdom teeth is the name given to the third molars. These teeth are the very last to erupt into the oral cavity. Normally, each human being has four wisdom teeth, one belonging to each quadrant – however, the number may vary from patient to patient. The third molars can erupt any time between the ages of 17 and 26.
The reason why wisdom tooth surgery is so common in dentistry is primarily the late eruption of these teeth. With the rest of the permanent dentition appearing in the mouth at a relatively earlier stage in life, little or no space is left for the normal eruption of the wisdom teeth. This leads to a condition known in dentistry as ‘impaction’. Dental impaction occurs when a tooth does not have adequate space to erupt into the oral cavity in its normal position, and in the process, causes trauma to the soft tissues and adjacent teeth during eruption.
WISDOM TOOTH EXTRACTION PROCEDURE
Facial Trauma Surgery
Oral Cancer Surgery
Single Tooth Dental Implants
Full Arch Replacement with Dental Implants
Sleep Apnea Treatment
Implant Anchored Dentures
Cleft Lip and Palate
Impacted Wisdom Teeth