Oral and dental health is important for human health and dental problems should be taken seriously. Wisdom tooth extraction is also an important issue in this field that needs early diagnosis. The development of teeth continues until the age of 18-20. In some cases, wisdom teeth begin to erupt at the age of forty.
Teeth should be monitored from childhood. Situations such as excessive teeth or teeth growing side by side cause serious problems, especially in wisdom teeth. If these teeth in the back of the mouth get stuck, pain occurs in all teeth.
When Is Wisdom Tooth Removed?
The development of teeth may vary according to age. Some people may have wisdom teeth at an early age, while others may have this tooth at the age of 35/40. The issue to be considered about wisdom tooth extraction is to control the tooth from the moment it erupts. These control procedures should also be performed by the dentist.
In the dental examination process, physicians first perform an examination and examine the teeth. These teeth erupt at the back on the right and left. They cause pain during eruption and this pain can become more and more severe. The dentist analyzes the movement of the tooth after the x-ray procedure and decides on surgical intervention.
Wisdom Tooth Early Diagnosis
Problems related to wisdom tooth extraction that occurs at the end of adolescence or in the twenties begin to negatively affect daily life over time. If the teeth get stuck or the tooth becomes impacted due to this compression, the treatment time and procedures begin to prolong. Removing wisdom teeth without embedding makes the job easier. Therefore, early diagnosis makes it easier in this category.
If the diagnosis is delayed, the back teeth start to get stuck and the tooth that needs to erupt gets lodged in the gum. If this tooth decays, a longer surgical intervention is required. In some cases, surgery is performed under anesthesia.
Therefore, it is important not to delay the examination procedures in order to shorten the treatment process. Problems such as curvature of the teeth and overlapping of the teeth cause problems in surgical intervention. Especially those with deformity or curvature of the teeth should not neglect the follow-up process.
Wisdom Tooth Surgery
Surgical intervention is briefly defined as ‘tooth extraction’. In addition to decayed and broken teeth, extraction of impacted and wisdom teeth can also be performed by surgical intervention. In this procedure, the dentist who performs the examination refers the patient to surgery.
Surgery gives a day for intervention after the examination. In emergency cases, the intervention takes place as soon as possible. The most important issue in the extraction process is inflammation and the cysts formed in the gums. The extraction process cannot be performed before the cis and inflammation treatment is realized and no intervention is performed.
Inflammation and inflammation are treated with medication. Then surgical intervention takes place. During the surgical intervention, the patient’s condition is constantly monitored. In unexpected cases, the intervention is stopped. Surgical intervention should be performed under the control of a specialist physician and should be evaluated after the necessary tests.