Wisdom Teeth Removal

The removal of wisdom teeth is a very common procedure, if there’s a pain in your mouth and your dentist confirms wisdom tooth as the reason behind the pain then, surgery is the answer. The cost of wisdom teeth removal varies according to the seriousness of the problem and the dentist so, it is advised that before going for the procedure you should do some research about the cost of wisdom tooth extraction. Our oral and maxillofacial surgeon can remove such teeth in under two hours but, the healing procedure can last for two to three weeks and during this time taking care of your mouth with utmost sincerity is essential otherwise, the procedure of wisdom tooth extraction can cost you dearly.

 

Wisdom teeth removal procedure

  • Mostly, when you are getting a wisdom tooth removal, the dentist will give a local anaesthetic with a specific end goal to numb the gums. Thus, the extraction will be almost completely painless. In any case, in the event that you are getting all your wisdom teeth removed at a go, then your dental practitioner may suggest general anaesthesia.
  • On the off chance that your tooth is still under the gums, your dental practitioner will cut open the gums and afterwards extricate the tooth by first expelling any bones that might be on the way. At times, the dentist may cut the tooth into little pieces so as to extract it piecewise. This may seem a bit frightening however it’s important as it helps to make the extraction easy and fasten the healing process.
  • After the anaesthesia wears off, you’ll experience some amount of pain, ask your surgeon to provide you some pain killers and take it as soon as the pain begins. For at least 48 hours, you have to take painkillers after every 6 to 8 hours but, consult your doctor first before taking any type of pain killers.

 

How long will the pain take?

The pain will ease in about three to four days but, if it continues for the fifth day, visit your doctor. This might be because of the dry socket, which occurs when the blood clot covering the empty tooth socket dissolves or gets dislodged leaving the bone exposed. It can delay the usual healing time by several weeks, the dentist will fill the socket with gauze soaked in medicated soothing which generally should be enough to remove the problem but, if the pain persists then, the doctor will apply new oil-soaked gauze again until the pain stops.

As you had surgery inside the mouth so, you should expect stitches to repair the cuts. In general, the stitches dissolves in a week and filling the affected area with medicated gauze will make the bleeding stop. Also, you should change the gauze as often as possible and if bleeding continues then, you must contact your dentist. The swelling in your mouth will last for around three to four days and to minimise it, you can apply an ice pack to your jaw in every half an hour.

 

Safety precautions after the removal

When you are ready to eat something then, you must choose your food carefully, go for extremely soft foods or consult your doctor about the matter. Smoking and drinking are not advised during the healing process because the cleaner your mouth will be, the faster you’ll heal, further, you should brush and floss regularly in before and after the surgery. To avoid the extra cost of wisdom teeth removal, you should and you must take precautionary measures.

 

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