Wisdom teeth usually erupt during the ages of 18-24. They are often impacted and partially erupted due to lack of space in this area. This coupled with the fact that they are hard to clean make them a common cause of dental problems such as infections or tooth decay. Unfortunately they are also the commonest tooth that needs to be removed either due to disease or for other reasons such as orthodontics. Whatever the reasons our experts can help you with the removal of these teeth in a safe and efficient manner. If you have issues with your wisdom and need them removed or would like advice on whether they should be removed or not then please come in to see one our oral surgeons who will be able to help.
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Some of the most common reasons that wisdom teeth may need to be extracted are:
Lower wisdom teeth in particular are by far the most difficult teeth to extract and need highly skilled and experienced oral surgeons to ensure that they are removed in the most safest and efficient manner. They often need a surgical approach. At Zental we have all the experts in house to help remove your wisdom teeth in the safest way possible.
Not all wisdom teeth are necessary to be removed and there are many cases where it is better and safer not to extract them. The benefits of removal have to always outweigh the risks. If you are unsure about whether a wisdom tooth actually needs to be removed, would like a second opinion or not or you are worried about the potential risks of removal then please book in with one of our oral surgeons who will advise you on an impartial basis.
Quite often patients who require wisdom teeth removal opt for some form of sedation to ensure that they are in the most relaxed state with little memory of the actual procedure. If you wish to have sedation for this or any other aspect of your dental care then please speak to one our experts who will be more than happy to help.
There are numerous options when it comes to treating dental pain. The treatments that would suit you best are suggested based entirely on your needs, requirements and are bespoke to you alone. We would recommend booking in for a consultation with one of our experts who will discuss your specific requirements with you.
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