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Wisdom Tooth Removal

Impacted wisdom teeth can cause severe pain, infections, and other dental complications, as there is no space for the teeth to grow. Our experienced maxillofacial surgeons assess and extract your impacted wisdom tooth safely before it even begins to cause problems. 

We have experienced surgeons with a track record of successfully performing wisdom tooth extractions for numerous patients who make the procedure as easy and painless as possible. By incorporating the latest technology and the highest standards of dental care, we make the experience comfortable and convenient.

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What Is A Wisdom Tooth?

Ever wondered about the mysterious wisdom teeth and their role in your mouth?
Well, wisdom teeth are the latecomers, the last set of molars to arrive at the back of your mouth. They show up either in your late teens or twenties. Serving no specific purpose now, these wisdom teeth were once vital to our ancestors for chewing tough foods. Generally, people have four, two at the top and two more at the bottom. When they have enough space to grow fully, wisdom teeth do not usually cause any trouble.

What Is An Impacted Wisdom Tooth?

Not all wisdom teeth grow the same way. Some may struggle for space to erupt in the mouth, which can become troublesome. If they develop only partially or cannot emerge at all, they become impacted and cause pain. Furthermore, they start affecting neighbouring teeth, leading to other dental issues requiring the intervention of an experienced maxillofacial surgeon. What’s more, such teeth are tougher to clean and prone to decay compared to your other teeth.

When should you remove a wisdom tooth?

Your oral surgeon at the best dental hospital in Hyderabad may recommend removing any wisdom teeth as a preventive measure if they feel they could create problems in the future. Even asymptomatic impacted teeth cannot be ignored as they can cause dentigerous cysts that damage bone. In such cases, the patient may not even realise it till the bone suffers extreme damage.
An experienced maxillofacial surgeon is better qualified than a dentist to accurately diagnose and remove wisdom teeth.
Maxillofacial surgeons are more experienced in performing complex procedures like impacted wisdom teeth removal than dentists. They undergo extensive training regarding the bones, muscles, and skin surrounding the jaws, face, and mouth. The surgeons know how to handle all kinds of oral problems like bleeding, maxillary sinus issues, or nerve injury and what works best in different situations.
Another advantage is that they are well-trained in anaesthesia administration and can perform wisdom tooth removal under general anaesthesia, if needed, for patients who have anxiety. Maxillofacial surgeons make your wisdom tooth extraction procedure easy and less stressful. In addition to removing your wisdom teeth reliably, they also offer the best advice to enable quick healing.

When your wisdom teeth become bothersome, you may see signs like these indicating the need for wisdom teeth removal

Pre-treatment preparation

Once we mutually decide to extract the wisdom teeth troubling you, you will need to start preparing for the procedure.

After an initial consultation with us, where we check your wisdom teeth’ s health, we will take X-rays to determine their exact location.

Based on what you need and prefer, we recommend local or general anaesthesia, IV sedation, or nitrous oxide.

Don’t forget to take this chance to inform us about the medications you take regularly. We will let you know if you need to stop any medications prior to the surgery.

Post-Surgery Care After Wisdom Tooth Removal

Following your wisdom teeth removal, we will give you these guidelines to help manage pain, swelling, and bleeding after the procedure.
To effectively reduce the bleeding, it is essential to place a gauze for 30 minutes after the procedure
Lessen the swelling by applying an ice pack to your face. Leave it for around 20 minutes and remove it for another 20 minutes, following this cycle several times a day

Sterilise the surgical area by soaking it with an alcohol-free antibacterial mouthwash. Be careful not to swish to avoid dislodging blood clots

Ensure to maintain the practice of brushing and flossing the remaining teeth every day to keep them clean
Allow for a sufficient rest period at home of at least three to five days before returning to work to ensure complete recovery

Expert Tips For A Pain-Free Wisdom Teeth Removal

This is how our surgeons safely remove wisdom teeth in a painless and complication-free way:
We make an assessment of the difficulty of wisdom teeth and decide on the right anaesthesia method based on that:
For anxious and apprehensive patients, we always perform the procedure under sedation or general anaesthesia.


It is not painful at all since we use local or general anaesthesia based on the difficulty of extraction.
Our oral surgeons will remove all your impacted teeth together on the same day without complications, using general or local anaesthesia.
Wisdom teeth removal is needed when your tooth causes pain, grows in a crooked way, or leads to other health issues.
You can opt for impacted wisdom teeth removal at any age if they start creating problems, though 18-24 is the ideal age for extraction.
Our ancestors needed wisdom teeth to chew hard foods like tough meat better, but now we no longer need them due to the modern ways of cooking that make our food easier to chew.

While growing, wisdom teeth can cause pain or tenderness till they come in fully. Impacted wisdom teeth that develop partially or do not emerge can be very painful, causing swollen, tender, or bleeding gums and even stiffness in the jaw.

Wisdom teeth may continue to grow till the late 20s. However, it is rare to see them grow beyond the age of 30.
Usually, wisdom teeth start growing around the age of seventeen.
Most wisdom teeth are trouble-free, but some create problems like impaction and overcrowding, leading to gum decay and infection, causing pain and chewing difficulty.
Yes, you will experience some discomfort for a few days. Having food will not be a problem, but it is better to start with a soft-food diet till the recovery is complete.