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      Wisdom Tooth Extraction in Dubai

      Wisdom Tooth Extraction

      Painless and flawless wisdom tooth removal.

      While most people’s wisdom teeth erupt normally, others may encounter problems. Impacted wisdom teeth are those that do not have enough room to develop. Some wisdom teeth may grow at an unusual angle, pushing against other teeth, lying within the jawbone, erupting only partially or not at all.

      Not all wisdom teeth have to be removed. At Drs. Nicolas & Asp Centers, our dentists will only recommend wisdom teeth extraction for the following reasons:

      Pain and infection

      Partially erupted wisdom teeth can provide a gateway for bacteria to enter the gums, potentially causing infections. This, in turn, may result in jaw pain, swelling, and stiffness.

      Tooth decay

      Extraction is recommended when there’s decay in the wisdom tooth which cannot be restored due to its position, or decay in the adjacent tooth which can’t be restored until the wisdom tooth is removed.

      Damage to neighboring teeth

      Pressure from an impacted tooth can crowd, damage or misalign neighboring teeth.

      Cyst formation and jawbone damage

      Over time, an impacted tooth can form a fluid-filled cyst (sac) that erodes the jawbone and damages the roots of adjacent teeth.

      Long term oral health considerations

      Leaving an impacted tooth untreated increases the risk of future complications like gum disease and pericoronitis (infection of the gum tissue around the wisdom teeth).

      How are wisdom teeth removed?

      Wisdom tooth extraction involves a dental surgical procedure typically performed by our dentists, periodontists, or oral surgeons. Before the extraction, a thorough consultation is conducted to assess the wisdom teeth's position. Most extractions are done under local anesthesia, but general anesthesia is available for those who need it.
      The procedure usually takes a few minutes to an hour, depending on factors like tooth position and complexity. You will receive post-surgical instructions for managing any discomfort and maintaining oral hygiene.
      Generally, you can resume your regular activities within a few days to a week. If you have any questions or concerns during the recovery process, don't hesitate to contact us. Your well-being is our top priority.