We may have some problems with a tooth that gives us too much pain, and the only resort that we could do is undergo a tooth extraction. Wisdom Teeth Removal Corpus Christi provides tooth extraction procedure. Our dentists use up-to-date methodology, and we have a standard practice because we do not want you to have complications. We want you to be safe when pulling your tooth out, so we will ask you if you have any medical conditions. After getting the results, we will be setting up your expectations, including the duration of the extraction and whether there will be antibiotics after the extraction.
Tooth extraction has two types; simple and surgical extractions. Simple extractions use local anesthesia to make the surrounding part of the tooth numb. You will feel discomfort instead of pain. In comparison, surgical extractions use both local and general anesthesia. The dentist will cut an incision into your gum to remove the bone around your tooth.
We want what is best for you, so to ensure the treatment’s best quality, we made a list of what you need to do:
To avoid future problems related to your wisdom tooth, dentists will recommend extracting it or them. The usual wisdom tooth issues are crowding of the back teeth or tooth decays in the wisdom tooth. Since it is a serious surgical procedure, we made a list of the things that we need to avoid doing after undergoing the procedure:
It is better to be prepared on how the dentist would operate. Wisdom Teeth Removal Corpus Christi has prepared a complete guide on how the tooth be extracted; our dentist:
After the surgery, you have to follow the dentist’s advice on the following:
Third molar removal is a standard and relatively safe procedure done thousands of times annually across the world. It is essential to trust your dentist’s opinion. As it is recommended to remove wisdom teeth at a younger age before the bones in your mouth harden with time and talk to your dentist early on how to handle these often pesky teeth.