impacted wisdom teeth need to be removed?
wisdom teeth and canines that do not cause any problems might not be removed, given
that your dentist regularly checks them.
wisdom teeth that have started to come in need to be removed?
difficult to clean wisdom teeth that have started to come in. These teeth,
which cannot be cleaned thoroughly, start to decay over time. Furthermore,
wisdom teeth that start to come in can crowd or damage neighboring teeth.
surgical procedures require general anesthesia?
procedures are generally done under local anesthesia. However, general
anesthesia or sedation can be applied to patients with advanced fear.
impacted wisdom teeth form?
third molars, also known as the wisdom teeth, are the largest of molars located
in the very back of the jaw. These teeth are the last to come in; between the
ages of 18-24. However, if there is not enough space on the jawbone these teeth
might not come in remain impacted or partially impacted.
wisdom teeth cause damage?
wisdom teeth are not removed, there is a risk of cyst around the tooth, bad
breath due to infection, swelling in the face, difficulty in opening mouth,
pain, swelling in lymph glands and fever. These teeth may cause loss of tissue
and decay in the neighboring teeth due to the pressure they apply. They may also
cause jaw tumors, side-bite, and crookedness when they don't come in a normal
treatment methods are used in jaw fractures?
orthodontic brackets and mini plaques can be used to treat jaw fractures. When
mini plaques are used, the patient can start chewing within a few days.
are the problems related to maxillary sinus and how are they treated?
sinuses are cavities in the upper jawbone and they may be infected by the
inflammation in the upper molars. This condition, also called Odontogenic
Infection, is treated medically or surgically. Sometimes this cavity is exposed
during the removal of the upper molars. If the dentist does not take necessary
precautions, an opening can form between the sinus and the oral cavity and the
food and drinks patients take in may come out of their nose. In this case, the
opening should be covered by using soft tissue from the palate or cheek. If the
patient's sinuses are also infected, it should be treated simultaneously.