The upper and lower third molars are also called wisdom teeth. These teeth are located at the back of your mouth. They are usually the last teeth to appear in the mouth. They usually appear between the ages of 17 and 24 years.
Tooth removal is a dental procedure that involves removing a tooth from the mouth. There are two main types of tooth extraction: simple extraction and surgical extraction.
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People who have lived with wisdom teeth all their life do not usually experience complications. But for some people, their wisdom teeth never germinate. And this can lead to gum ulcers, swelling, and pain.
As soon as the wisdom tooth meets and puts pressure on another tooth, it can damage the adjacent tooth or jawbone. This is the main reason people usually have to have oral surgery to remove their wisdom teeth.
Removing wisdom teeth is not as easy or as easy as ordinary tooth extraction. This will require surgery because the dentist will open the gum above the tooth and remove the bone covering the tooth.
The dentist then separates the tissue that connects the tooth to the bone. Then the dentist will remove the tooth. Teeth are usually cut into small pieces to make them easier to pull out.
After the tooth is removed, you may need stitches. Depending on your dentist, these stitches may heal over time or you may have to return to the clinic to have them removed.