Wisdom tooth removal

Wisdom teeth are the last permanent teeth that erupt between the ages of 17 and 25. However, some people never develop them.

Problems with wisdom teeth can occur when there is a discrepancy between the size of the jaws and the teeth. This may result in fully or partially impacted teeth, meaning that either a tooth remains completely covered by bone and mucosa or only one part of it erupts.

Wisdom tooth extraction is required when:

  • Caries occurs on a partially erupted wisdom tooth
  • Complications occur in orthodontic tooth movements
  • Damage is caused by a wisdom tooth to an adjacent tooth
  • A cyst (cavity surrounded by epithelium and filled with liquid) forms around the wisdom tooth
  • Food gets trapped in the pocket surrounding the wisdom tooth, which causes inflammation with pain and swelling
  • Advanced periodontal disease develops around the wisdom tooth

How is wisdom teeth removal performed?

The procedure is performed under local anesthesia and is painless. After the procedure, patients may experience moderate swelling, limited mouth opening, and difficulty swallowing, but these side effects typically subside within a few days.

Wisdom teeth removal – price list

The final price will be determined after a thorough clinical examination and discussion with the patient. If you are interested in this procedure, you are kindly invited to book an appointment at our dental clinic.

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