Info-graphics: Wisdom teeth removal

Wisdom tooth, or 3rd molar, are the very last tooth to grow and appear in your mouth. Sometimes these types of teeth can be a valuable asset to the oral cavity in case there are healthful and properlyin line, then again more often, they can be misaligned and demand removal. Many people assume that as…

Wisdom Teeth

Wisdom teeth are the molars (back teeth) that come through last, usually in the late teens or early 20s. There are normally two wisdom teeth in the upper jaw and two in the lower jaw, but some people have less than four, or even none at all. Sometimes, the wisdom tooth comes through at an…

[Video]: How a wisdom tooth is removed

Teeth consist of two main parts, the crown and the root. The root is formed in a way that it can exist beneath the gum tissue, long term. The crown, however, is covered by enamel and formed in a manner that should protrude through the gum for predictable health in the mouth. Having the enamel…

Common Types of Impacted Wisdom Teeth

Wisdom Teeth Typically wisdom teeth start to erupt, or grow into the mouth, in people aged between 16 years to 26 year olds. They derive their name “wisdom teeth” from this being the time of the “getting of wisdom” as you progress from “youth” to “adulthood”. Wisdom teeth are the third of the molar series of teeth…

Info-graphics: How To Handle Wisdom Teeth Removal

A general anesthetic prevents pain in the whole body and will cause you to sleep through the procedure. It is recommend that you don’t eat or drink after midnight on the night before surgery so that you are prepared for the anesthetic. Wisdom tooth extractions require us to open up the gum tissue over the tooth…