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Wisdom Tooth Extraction And Cost

Wisdom teeth are the third set of molars in your mouth. These teeth emerge behind your molars on both sides of the lower and upper jaw. Moreover, They erupt during the late teens or the early twenties. You may associate a wisdom tooth with luck. However, these teeth may cause problems if you do not extract them at the right time. Sometimes there may not be room in your mouth for your wisdom teeth and, as they start to push against the teeth already there or may start to come through at an angle at the ages of 17.

 

When this happens, you might feel some pain or discomfort, so the best thing to do is to visit a dentist nearby.

 

The dentist may take an x-ray of your mouth to check for tooth decay – or if – your impacted wisdom tooth is coming through. From this, they will be able to make a judgment on whether or not to take them out, and how easy or difficult it might be. Extractions can also be done under sedation in a dental hospital located in Bangalore.

Problems with wisdom teeth

At First, You may suffer a tooth abscess, gum disease, or tooth decay because of wisdom teeth. It may cause general pain and discomfort.

 

  • If a wisdom tooth gets stuck under your gums or doesn’t have enough space to break through the gums, it is ‘impacted’. Impacted third molars may push the neighboring second molars and damage your healthy teeth.

  • It’s hard to brush a partially impacted wisdom tooth. Food particles get stuck between the gums and the partially erupted wisdom tooth. It may result in gum disease and bacteria can enter your bloodstream affecting other organs. 

  • Hence, There's a high chance for your impacted wisdom tooth decay and infection to occur.

  • Partially erupted Third molar may cause a painful and inflammatory gum condition in that area known as pericoronitis. 

  • You may find fluid-filled cysts developing around the bottom of an impacted wisdom tooth. Finally, It could damage the jawbone, surrounding teeth, and nerves in that area.

What happens if you have a decaying wisdom tooth?

These teeth are generally at the back of your mouth. You may find it difficult to brush these teeth. Bacteria and food particles trapped in the flap of gum tissue may result in the decaying of your wisdom teeth. 

Moreover, If decaying 3rd Molars are left untreated, it could damage your jawbone and nerves in the surrounding area. It may contribute to the decay of your surrounding teeth. A decaying wisdom tooth could result in a jaw cyst at the bottom of an impacted wisdom tooth. It results in bone destruction. 

 

Tooth decay is a familiar problem with 3rd Molar teeth. Furthermore,If left untreated, it leads to pulpitis or a condition that leads to the painful inflammation of tooth pulp. You may suffer intense pain in the tooth, swelling of gums, fever, and difficulty swallowing food items. You could also develop pericoronitis which is the inflammation of gum tissue around the crown of your tooth. Contact best dentist in Bangalore for high-quality dental treatment.

Is there a chance of wisdom teeth causing a TMJ problem?

Are you tempted to retain your wisdom teeth? Well, retaining your 3rd Molar is a major cause of TMJ disorder. These teeth may not have sufficient space to erupt fully from the gums. Thus, It results in crowding of teeth which impacts the way your teeth make contact during the oral function. 

You would find a high strain on the TMJ (temporomandibular joint) because of the impaired oral function. TMJ connects the lower jaw to your skull and facilitates mouth movements. Hence, If there is an excess strain in the TMJ, it could result in facial disorder and headache. 

How do you know if you have TMJ dysfunction? If you are suffering from intense headaches, severe pain on the lower half of your face or in areas behind your ears, you could be suffering from TMJ dysfunction. You may experience a clicking sound when opening or closing your mouth. Furthermore, In extreme cases, you could have difficulty opening your mouth. 

What To Expect During the Wisdom Tooth Extraction Procedure?

Our dentist or oral surgeon may use one of three types of anesthesia, depending on the expected complexity of the surgical extraction and your comfort level. Options for wisdom teeth removal include:

  • Local anesthesia. Your dentist or oral surgeon administers local anesthesia with one or more injections near the site of each extraction. Before you receive an injection, your dentist or surgeon will likely apply a substance to your gums to numb them. You're awake during the tooth extraction. Although you'll feel some pressure and movement, you shouldn't experience pain.

  • Sedation anesthesia. Your dentist or dental surgeon gives you sedation anesthesia through an intravenous (IV) line in your arm. Sedation anesthesia suppresses your consciousness during the procedure. You will have a pain free procedure and will have limited memory of the procedure. You'll also receive local anesthesia to numb your gums.

  • General anesthesia. In special situations, you may be offered general anesthesia. You may inhale medication through your nose or have an IV line in your arm, or both. Then you lose consciousness. Your surgical team closely monitors your medication, breathing, temperature, fluids, and blood pressure. You'll experience no pain and have no memory of the procedure. Local anesthesia is also given to help with postoperative discomfort.

What to expect after the Wisdom Tooth Extraction Procedure?

If you receive sedation anesthesia or general anesthesia, you're taken to a recovery room after the procedure. If you have local anesthesia, your brief recovery time is likely in the dental chair.

As you heal from your surgery, follow your dentist's instructions on:

  • Bleeding. Some oozing of blood may occur the first day after wisdom tooth removal in the tooth socket for about 20 minutes. Try to avoid excessive spitting so that you don't dislodge the blood clot from the socket. Replace gauze over the extraction site as directed by your dentist or oral surgeon.

  • Pain management. You may be able to manage pain with an over-the-counter pain reliever, such as acetaminophen (Tylenol, others), or a prescription pain medication from your dentist or oral surgeon. Prescription pain medication may be especially helpful if the bone has been removed during the procedure. Holding a cold pack against your jaw also may relieve pain.

  • Swelling and bruising. Use an ice pack as directed by your dentist or surgeon. Any swelling of your cheeks usually improves in two or three days. Bruising may take several more days to resolve.

  • Activity. After your surgery, plan to rest for the remainder of the day. Resume normal activities the next day, but for at least a week, avoid strenuous activity that might result in losing the blood clot from the socket.

  • Beverages. Drink lots of water after the surgery. Don't drink alcoholic, caffeinated, carbonated, or hot beverages in the first 24 hours. Don't drink with a straw for at least a week because the sucking action can dislodge the blood clot from the socket.

  • Food. Eat only soft foods, such as yogurt or applesauce, for the first 24 hours. Start eating semisoft foods when you can tolerate them. Avoid hard, chewy, hot or spicy foods that might get stuck in the socket or irritate the wound.

  • Cleaning your mouth. Don't brush your teeth, rinse your mouth, spit or use mouthwash during the first 24 hours after surgery. Typically you'll be told to resume brushing your teeth after the first 24 hours. Be particularly gentle near the surgical wound when brushing and gently rinse your mouth with warm salt water every two hours and after meals for a week.

  • Tobacco use. If you smoke, don't do so for at least 72 hours after surgery — and wait longer than that if possible. If you chew tobacco, don't use it for at least a week. Using tobacco products after oral surgery can delay healing and increase the risk of complications.

  • Stitches. You may have stitches that dissolve within a few weeks or no stitches at all. If your stitches need to be removed, call your dentist or schedule an appointment to have them taken out.

What is the Cost of Wisdom Tooth Extraction?

There are a lot of clients who call us to ask "How much is a wisdom Tooth Extraction?"

The Cost of Surgical extraction Of an Impacted Tooth at Diva Dental Clinics Bangalore depends on the position of the tooth impacted.

The Cost of Surgical extraction of an impacted Tooth at Diva Dental Clinic In Bangalore depends on the position of the tooth impacted.

For your Surgical extraction in Bangalore,  you will be treated by a dedicated and one of the best dentists in Bangalore. Our Oral Surgeon specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases, disorders, injuries, defects, and aesthetic attributes of teeth, jaws, mouth, face & neck. The tooth removal is virtually painless and our team ensures you are most comfortable throughout. The dentist will guide you through the post-treatment care instructions to ensure a speedy recovery. Contact Diva Dental Clinic for tooth extraction in South Bangalore. Most Of the time the adjacent tooth to the third molar gets infected which may require a root canal treatment

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Cost Of third molar extraction @ Rs 3000 - 4000/

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