Wisdom Tooth Extraction
Due to a lack of the space in the dental arch or the jawbone, not all wisdom teeth erupt or they erupt misaligned. This can cause recurrent chronic infections and lead to complications during orthodontic treatment.
In complex cases, the surgical tooth extraction procedure is performed as follows: the unerupted tooth is completely exposed, the excess of the surrounding bone is cut away, the tooth is broken into smaller pieces, the inflamed tissues and mucosa are removed, and the edges of the incision are are sutured. Self-dissolving stitches are used so they do not need to be removed.
Postoperative treatment with antibiotics and anti-inflammatory medications is administered for patients.