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For many adults and teens getting their wisdom teeth removed has become a necessary procedure to prevent oral complications such as impacted teeth from occurring. An extraction is a common recommendation when a wisdom tooth fails to emerge in a healthy position.

A wisdom tooth that does not have enough space to grow on the jaw-line is known as impacted wisdom teeth.  As a result, an impacted wisdom tooth can grow in the wrong direction, coming out sideways, at a wrong angle or erupt partially and it can affect nearby teeth. So when it becomes impacted, the only solution is to avoid further complications is to extract them. The wisdom teeth removal in Sydney is a safe and painless procedure.

What is an impacted tooth?

The impacted wisdom tooth gets blocked as it is pushing through the gum into your mouth. So they become impacted when they do not have enough room in your mouth for them. Not all impacted wisdom tooth can be painful. At times, it may be painless, and you may not even realise it is there. In such case, it can be spotted out only through an x-ray image. If it is left untreated, it may lead to several dental problems.

What are the symptoms of impacted wisdom tooth?

Symptoms include:

  • Bad breath
  • Difficulty in opening your jaw
  • Swollen and bleeding gums
  • A bad taste in your mouth
  • Pain when eating

Does wisdom teeth removal hurt? 

No, the wisdom teeth removal cost in Sydney is affordable, and it doesn’t have to be a painful experience like you imagine or hear from your friends or family. If you opt for dental sedation, you will not experience pain during the surgery but you may feel little discomfort after the procedure, and it can be managed by following the post-operative instruction given by your dentist.

If you are worried you may have an infected wisdom tooth, do not ignore. Even if the pain subsides by itself, it doesn’t mean that the infection is cleared up. You must check it with your dentist.

Common dental problems associated with impacted wisdom teeth:

An impacted wisdom tooth can cause the following dental problems:

Damage to nearby teeth:

When the wisdom tooth erupts, it pushes against the second molar and it increases the risk of infection in that area. This pressure can also cause problems with the overcrowding of the other teeth, and require orthodontic treatment to straighten the misaligned teeth.

Cysts:

When an impacted wisdom tooth is left untreated, it develops a sac within the jawbone. The sac can be filled with fluids and forms a cyst or a tumour which can damage the jawbone, other nearby teeth and nerves. This complication leads to the removal of tissue and bone.

Tooth decay:

A partially impacted tooth leads to tooth decay. It occurs because wisdom teeth are harder to clean and food particles can get trapped between the gum and a partially erupted tooth.

Gum disease:

The difficulty in cleaning impacted, partially erupted wisdom teeth Sydney increase the risk of developing a painful, swollen gum condition called pericoronitis.

You can’t avoid the growth of wisdom teeth Sydney, but you can prevent other teeth from dental problems as mentioned above by extracting them.

 

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What is a Wisdom Tooth Removal?

Third molars or wisdom teeth are the last permanent teeth to appear in the mouth. Usually, these teeth appear in the middle of the ages between 17 and 25. Wisdom teeth removal in Sydney  is the procedure of removing your problematic wisdom teeth. Oftentimes, the mouth won’t have enough space for your wisdom teeth growth, which causes infection, pain, and other dental problems. So, you need to have it pulled as soon as possible. Our dentist and oral surgeon recommend having wisdom teeth removal in Sydney even if your wisdom tooth is not currently causing problems, to prevent potential future problems.

Problematic Wisdom Tooth

  1. The wisdom teeth stay trapped within the jawbone, while its growing
  2. Grow at an angle of the other teeth and "lying down" within the jawbone
  3. The Wisdom teeth grow at an angle toward the back of the mouth
  4. The Wisdom teeth grow at an angle toward the next tooth,

Problems in future That You Will Face If You Don’t Go for Wisdom Teeth Extraction

Without impacted wisdom teeth, you will face many problems in future. Here are some problems that you face.
  1. Older adults experience enduring pain and difficulty in eating without having wisdom teeth removal in Sydney.
  2. Gum disease chronic diseases can all lead to teeth loss.
  3. It will be hard to get to it and clean the teeth properly.
  4. Gum disease and tooth decay.

Benefits of Wisdom Teeth Removal

When the wisdom tooth is emerging and if they are retained, it will be problematic to your oral health. Because of their problematic nature of wisdom teeth in Sydney, we recommend for tooth extraction. Having wisdom teeth removal early on with the help of the dentist, you can improve a person’s quality of life by preventing the oral health complications.
  1. It decreased risk of oral disease
  2. Less Orofacial Pain
  3. Improve the frequency of headaches
If you have been referred to our practice for wisdom tooth removal, contact our team at Wisdom Dental Emergency today.

Are you preparing for oral surgery? Then follow the tips given below

  1. Contact our wisdom teeth professionals and schedule your surgery time.
  2. Discuss the wisdom teeth removal cost in Sydney with us.
  3. Arrange someone to drive after your surgery
  4. Avoid smoking and drinking alcohol, also it’s wise not to eat or drink anything at least eight hours before the surgery.
  5. Avoid any nonprescription drugs before the surgery
  6. Wear old, loose, comfortable clothing for the surgery
Consider our oral surgeon’s advice, and the above tips to get ready for your oral surgery. So, you can position yourself for a quick and smooth recovery after your oral surgery.