Wisdom teeth removal
‘Third molars’ or Wisdom Teeth are usually the last teeth to surface. As wisdom teeth develop over a number of years, associated problems are often slow to develop, but may result in sudden and severe pain. Impacted wisdom teeth occur when there is not enough room for the teeth to surface and they erupt in to other teeth or become buried under the surface of the gums. In turn, this can affect your sinus cavity and the nerves in the lower jaw. Moreover, if the teeth only partially erupt this can leave your gum exposed and may result in decay or periodontal disease.
Wisdom teeth removal can be an unpleasant experience for some. These teeth tend to grow in unfavourable positions as well as having unusual anatomies, making it that much more difficult to remove in certain situation. Wisdom teeth removal also carries certain risks associated with surrounding anatomical structures – mandibular nerve and maxillary sinus. With the use of our advance technology, our dentists are highly skilled in assessing each case in order to provide you with all the necessary information required prior to performing the procedure.