Wisdom tooth removal

Removing the wisdom tooth happens often in case of people with completely healthy teeth, if they cause discontent. The wisdom tooth is not needed to be decayed, filled or broken to cause severe pain or problem. In most cases, teeth are completely healthy, but there is not enough space for them in the jaw and cause decay on adjacent teeth or strain, inflammation or bone absorption in the surrounding tissue. In the most cases, the need of the removal is because of the protection of the surrounding tissue and teeth.

A serious condition survey precedes the removal of the wisdom tooth at every case. Tooth removal is a surgical intervention, both the patient and the doctor has to prepare bodily as well as surgical technics. In the case of removing severely inflamed wisdom tooth, the dentist could prescribe antibiotic at first to reduce the inflammation for the time of the surgery. The surroundings of the inflamed tooth could be anaesthetized with difficulty, a surgery in this case could happen very rarely. After adequate preparation and a survey of the overall state of health, the wisdom tooth surgery could be done completely painless.

The most common complaints in case of wisdom tooth:

  • Painful strain on the mandible or the maxilla or mandibular joint
  • Difficulties or restraint when opening the mouth
  • Difficulties with odontiasis, dental follicle and its inflammation
  • Tooth decay, smell of the decayed tooth
  • Teeth entanglement on the frontal teeth area, decay of the second molar or the damage of its bone substance
  • Irregular position of widom tooth
  • Biting and wounds of the inner cheek because of the irregularly positioned maxillary second molar

After the surgery:

In some cases, the doctor prescribe antibiotic after the surgery to avoid possible complications. If seam was used, its removal could happen about one-two weeks. In most cases, analgesia is needed, the dentist usually prescribe analgesic containing diclofenac. The aforementioned Arnica and Symphytum are homeopathic remedies and have healthful effects for wound and bone recovery as well as analgesia.

It is not recommended to consume dairy products or hot drinks in the first few days after the surgery. The edge of the wound could be gently washed from the next day, the upkeep of dental hygiene is very important. Sucking the wound or to rinse is forbidden!