Wisdom Teeth Extraction

Wisdom Teeth Extraction or Removal is the extraction of your third molars — the four permanent adult teeth located in the very back of your mouth, in the upper and lower jaws. Wisdom teeth usually erupt between the ages of 17 and 21. Most people have all four of their wisdom teeth.

Wisdom Teeth Extraction

The Wisdom tooth, found at the further back in position of the dental arch, is one of the molars that develop in later stages of teeth development. They are usually not visible as their placement under the gingival tissue. Wisdom tooth are notoriously known for usually growing out in later stages of the life cycle, mostly not sensed/visible as a certain pain or pressure is associated when it’s grown out, usually in ages 16-24.

A radiography can be used to determine the presence of a wisdom tooth, if there is a feeling of presence of this tooth developing, then again, it may not be visible however the feeling of pressure may indicate the development of it. Identification through X-rays and other scanning equipment are also put to great use while investigating certain dental problems.


Gums are highly affected when there’s an indication of a developing, problem causing wisdom tooth. Pericoronitis, a state where the gums get swollen behind the last visible molar, moreover pain/pressure at the area where it’s present as well as an unpleasant taste and smell associated. The cheek also gets affected due to its linkage with the jaw and gum tissues, and the pressure may lead towards the ear, which leads to further discomfort. These symptoms, having had elements of pain and pressure attached act as signals for them to be treated and taken care of with instant action, since if this is prolonged, the case may get worse, therefore, instant action is required so the uneasiness is taken accommodated as soon as possible.

Wisdom Teeth Extraction

Benefits of Timely Wisdom Teeth Extraction

It’s imperative that attention and care is immediately considered, not only when it comes to the identification of wisdom tooth being a subject of problem, rather, delaying can cause additional trouble. Primarily because the time period where pain is being observed, is greatly minimized. Not only that, but the risk of having it grown naturally to an additional level, may enhance the pain in the long run. Food getting stuck between teeth, gum damage, oral hygiene, all are massively affected when a certain persisting problem is not taken care of. Therefore, in order to minimize of the problems and risks associated, its important to take the treatment process into consideration as soon as possible.

The Wisdom Teeth Extraction Process

1)After the dentist’s close examination and analysis, the process towards a complete extraction process is finalized and set to take place.

2)Firstly, anesthesia is ensured to the patient so that the numbness may lead to as less pain as possible being that may be potentially high during the extraction process. The patient is put into a state of feeling lesser conscious of a potential high pain.

3)The tissue and bone that surround the wisdom tooth are carefully reduced, so that the removal process becomes cleaner and smoother for it to be taken out completely.

4)Area of removal and surgical application is then stitched up so that the healing process is enhanced having the tissues and gums are closely intact. The stitches are usually dissolvable, however in some cases, they may need to be later removed after another visit to the dentist in case of external circumstances. This marks the completion of the extraction of the wisdom tooth, leading to lesser discomfort and pain for the patient accordingly.

Post Wisdom Teeth Extraction

The recovery from this experience is usually not more than a week, and slight bleeding of gums or pain may persist throughout this recovery period. It is indicated that complete dental care is ensured during the recovery process, which includes avoiding drinking/eating any types of foods which may be harmful for the surgical process that occurred recently, rather light foods which are soft for the teeth, may be consumed. The pain usually drastically reduces from day to day, and the complete healing process leads to no pain at all that was once caused by the prominence of the wisdom tooth.

Wisdom Teeth Extraction

Learning and Understanding

Wisdom tooth development is a case which should normally not be something to be highly concerned about. As it occurs and grows genetically and a part of one’s natural and physical growth, there’s only care, attention and addressing that is required for it to be treated at the right time. With close examining, and analysis through dental services, the right procedure conducted at the right time eradicates the rising concern for pain and comfort. Signals of pain and discomfort are enough for a quick visit to the dentist and have it addressed for immediate care.



  1. Does Wisdom Tooth cause high levels of pain?

It mostly depends on the developed state of the wisdom tooth, a rough angle along with a larger size usually causes higher pain than most cases.

  1. Is the tooth extraction process painful?

With anesthesia and numbness, the treatment process leads to less or no pain.

  1. What foods to avoid after wisdom tooth extraction?

Sticky, chewy, crumbly and hard types of food can cause discomfort due to the sensitivity of gum tissues.


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