REMOVING THE WISDOM TOOTH

What do you need to know about the wisdom tooth? & nbsp;

In oral surgery, removing the wisdom tooth is the most common surgery. During growth, they can cause inflammatory and painful processes of the surrounding gingiva or right. Severe growth of the wisdom tooth is mainly accompanied by pain and swelling of the gums, bad breath, difficulty swinging of the fork and opening of the mouth and often and elevated temperature. Often, the growth of the wisp passes without complications, but if it comes to them, for example, to the inflammation of the wisdom tooth, it is necessary to remove the womb from the surgery.

The wisdom tooth can be impaired or retinated. Impacted umns are those wizards who have not managed to grow an accompanying tooth sequence because there has been a physical barrier on the path of growth. The most common obstacle is the second tooth. Retinored cats are a witch who follows the wrong direction of growth, a premature position or some damage to the teeth.

Is surgery painful during and after surgery? & nbsp;

The removal operation itself is painless for the patient because it is done in local anesthesia by a specialist in oral surgery. After surgery, pain and anemia can occur and they are normal. The patient is advised to keep the wound clean because this reduces the risk of infection. Recovery is individual and lasts for an average of 1 to 7 days.