Do your wisdom teeth cause any pain, grow horizontally, damage neighboring teeth or do they lead to displacements in your jaw? Stop torturing yourself. Smileforever has over 25 years of experience with the extraction of wisdom teeth.
Why do wisdom teeth need to be removed?
While some people don’t have any wisdom teeth or their teeth remain in the jaw without any problems, there are many other people who need to remove their wisdom teeth.
Even though they are invisible from the outside, wisdom teeth can cause major damage in the jaws. If they grow horizontally instead of vertically, they can damage neighboring molars or cause displacements of the remaining teeth due to their pressure. Quite frequent phenomena are inflammations of the gums between wisdom teeth and molars and if wisdom teeth break through partly and are still covered by gums.
The extraction of wisdom teeth takes place on an outpatient basis and with the aid of minimal invasive techniques. The patient can choose between two different procedures: Either all of the four wisdom teeth can be removed in one session or the wisdom teeth are removed in two treatments with two teeth each. Pain is treated with analgesics and within two or three days patients are able to carry out their normal everyday activities.
You don't have to fear any negative consequences as wisdom teeth are often shaped irregularly and therefore unsuitable for chewing.