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What Happens During And After The Wisdom Tooth Removal?

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Most people fear the wisdom tooth removal process. It is a minimally invasive procedure where a dental surgeon takes out your wisdom tooth. However, you must know what to expect during the procedure so that you remain prepared. This article is a complete guide on wisdom tooth removal by a dentist in San Diego, CA. So, without any delay, here we go! 

What are wisdom teeth?

Wisdom teeth are the last adult teeth which usually erupt between the age of sixteen to twenty-four years. In most cases, wisdom teeth are removed without causing any problem. At times, wisdom teeth start to grow at an abrupt position, causing excurting pain and discomfort. Generally, people have four wisdom teeth. At times, people also have one, two or only three wisdom teeth. You must visit a dentist to examine the underlying condition. 

Symptoms for wisdom tooth removal 

Common symptoms include: 

  • Swollen gums 
  • Redness and pain 
  • Stiffness in your jaw 
  • Damage to nearby teeth 
  • Fluid-filled sacs 
  • Facial swelling 

Before the wisdom tooth removal procedure 

Your physician will explain the entire wisdom tooth removal process in detail. Further, they will address any questions you may have related to the wisdom tooth removal process. Additionally, they will ask about your medical history. Sometimes, an x-ray of your mouth will be taken before the procedure.

During the wisdom tooth removal procedure 

The wisdom teeth removal process is similar to extracting any other tooth. At times, your dentist makes a tiny incision and seizes it once the procedure is completed. A wisdom tooth extraction typically takes around one hour to complete. It will take longer if you are having wisdom teeth surgery under general anesthesia. This will be discussed with the oral surgeon we may recommend to you.

After the wisdom tooth removal procedure

Once the wisdom tooth removal procedure is completed successfully, you may experience symptoms like pain in your tooth and drowsiness. Bleeding and swelling in the jaw are also other common symptoms. The best way to soothe these symptoms is by applying ice packs straight after the surgery. 

Wrapping Up 

Getting a wisdom tooth removed is a painful but satisfying process that will soothe all related symptoms. We hope this article helped you understand the wisdom tooth removal process along with what you should expect. 

 

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