Removing wisdom teeth Gordon sooner rather than later

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It will be a relief to know that not all wisdom teeth need to be extracted. If your wisdom teeth Gordon are fully erupted and you are able to maintain good oral hygiene which means you are able to brush and floss the teeth as you do with your other other teeth, you do not need to have them removed. However if you have impacted wisdom teeth Gordon which means your teeth have not erupted or they are partially erupted then you need to visit your dentist for an evaluation so that they can decide whether or not your wisdom teeth Gordon may be problematic, if they are already causing detrimental effect to your natural teeth and how soon they need to be removed. Some patients feel that if the tooth is not causing any pain then perhaps they can wait to have the tooth removed or they avoid the dentist altogether. unfortunately the longer and impact of tissues remains in the mouth the more complications you will face in the future. Having your wisdom teeth Gordon extracted sooner rather than later is beneficial for you.

Why do wisdom teeth become impacted?

Wisdom teeth are impacted because of the limited space in the mouth. They are impacted by your jaw, an adjacent tooth or excessive soft tissue. An impacted wisdom tooth can damage the adjacent teeth and therefore it needs to be removed as soon as possible. It can push against the root of the tooth and this can have irreversible impact and result in the need for further tooth extraction or will result in tooth loss. It is important that you have your wisdom teeth removed before it causes irreversible damage to the adjacent teeth so that you do not run the risk of losing more teeth than you need to. Impacted wisdom teeth can also cause bone loss depending on the position of the erupting teeth. By removing the wisdom tooth before it can cause severe damage to the bone this will be beneficial for you. Furthermore, partially erupted teeth are extremely hard to brush and floss and this results in the formation of cavities and tooth decay.

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Sleep dentistry for wisdom teeth extraction

If you are anxious about having your wisdom teeth removed then don’t worry you are not alone. Most people wish to avoid an extraction. Speak to your dentist today and find out about sleep dentistry and how it can help you and your family address their dental needs. Sleep dentistry can be used for procedures such as wisdom teeth extractions, dental implant surgery or other complex restorative treatment. Whilst you are calm and comfortable your dentist will be able to carry out the extraction quickly and easily and if you require any restorative dental treatment then this can be done to the highest of standards. You will be advised as to what you can do and what you should avoid following the tooth extraction for your comfort, ease and successful recovery. Speak to your dentist today and let them help you address your dental health issues and promote healthier teeth and gums for life.


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