According to anthropologists, as the chewing functions decrease, the third molars are no longer needed and these teeth are mostly embedded or semi-impacted in the mouth.
WHAT IS EMBEDDED TEETH?
There is the formation of a tooth in the mouth. But it is not fully chewed. It remains embedded in the chin. These types of teeth are called impacted teeth.
WHY IMPROVED TEETH CAUSES A PROBLEM?
In the normal nature of the tooth, it should take place in the oral environment. There are enzymes that open the jawbone in the upper part of the tooth. If it is impacted, it damages the teeth in front or adjacent to it.
There is a sac surrounding the tooth. As a result of the infection of this sac, it affects the adjacent teeth and causes cyst formation. Rarely, a cyst causes serious complications if left untreated.
WHEN SHOULD TWENTY-YEAR TEETH BE EXTRACTED?
It is wrong to expect wisdom teeth to be extracted when they cause a problem. It is very beneficial for individuals who are considering pregnancy, to have a panoramic film taken and have their impacted teeth removed before these plans.
It is necessary to decide whether the fully erupted wisdom teeth will be extracted under the supervision of a doctor. It is beneficial to take it if the gingiva located behind the 20-year-old teeth is suitable for inflammation over time.
HOW DOES TWENTY YEARS ATTRACTION OCCUR?
Your dentist decides how to take the wisdom tooth that he will take under the x-ray control. Sometimes it can refer to a maxillofacial surgeon.
In patients who are very afraid, sedatives or syrup can be used before shooting. It relaxes the patient in sedation and hypnosis. Numbness is achieved by applying the same anesthesia used when filling or cutting teeth. Shooting is performed.
AFTER THE SURGERY
Unlike normal tooth extraction, you may experience mild discomfort and bloating. Cold compresses and regular use of drugs minimize your discomfort.
It is very important not to use milk and dairy products, to use antibiotics and painkillers according to the doctor’s recommendation, and to gargle with salt water in order not to stick to the stitches for the first one or two days.