Teeth Extraction Frequently Asked Questions

What should you expect after the 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: There may be some oozing of blood which may occur the first [...]

What should you expect after the tooth extraction procedure2021-10-11T03:02:52+00:00

Preparing for wisdom & or tooth extraction surgery


A wisdom tooth extraction is almost always a same-day procedure meaning you are able to go home after the surgery. This can also be said for general tooth or teeth extractions.  If you have any further questions in relation to this please give us a call. You'll receive instructions from the hospital or dental clinic [...]

Preparing for wisdom & or tooth extraction surgery2021-10-11T03:00:22+00:00

Problems with impacted wisdom teeth


You'll likely need your wisdom tooth or teeth pulled if it results in problems such as: Pain Trapping food and debris behind the wisdom tooth Infection or gum disease Tooth decay in a partially erupted wisdom tooth Damage to a nearby tooth or surrounding bone Development of a fluid-filled sac (cyst) around the wisdom tooth [...]

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Why are wisdom teeth extracted?


Wisdom teeth, or third molars, are the last permanent teeth to appear in the mouth. These teeth usually appear between the ages of 17 and 25. Some people never develop wisdom teeth. For others, wisdom teeth erupt normally — just as their other molars did — and cause no problems. However many people develop impacted [...]

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