What are the benefits of Wisdom Teeth Removal?
Removing the wisdom teeth has multiple oral health benefits, especially for patients who don’t have room for these teeth or are experiencing pain.
Removal Prevents Your Wisdom Teeth from Shifting Your Other Teeth
Unless you have ample space in your mouth, your wisdom teeth will press against your other teeth, causing them to shift. This can impact your smile and even cause you to need orthodontic treatment.
Wisdom Teeth Removal Reduces Your Risk of Infection
If the wisdom teeth are pressing against your gums, bones, or other teeth, you’re at a higher risk of suffering from an infection due to the extra irritation. Wisdom teeth removal in Metrotown, Burnaby lowers your risk of an oral infection.
Removal Makes It Easier for You to Brush and Floss Your Teeth
Even if you have space for your wisdom teeth, it’s difficult to properly brush and floss around these teeth, putting you at risk of tooth decay. If your wisdom teeth press against your other teeth, this decreases the space between them, making it harder for you to properly floss.
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Wisdom Teeth Removal
Wisdom teeth removal is commonly recommended for the third set of adult molars, also known as your wisdom teeth, located at the back corners of your mouth. Here’s what you need to know about wisdom teeth removal in Metrotown, Burnaby.
Wisdom teeth removal refers to a surgical procedure used to remove your last set of molars. We usually complete wisdom teeth removal in Metrotown, Burnaby using a local anesthetic, though we may administer an IV sedative to ensure you’re relaxed during the surgery. Occasionally, general anesthesia is used.
Reasons that we may remove your wisdom teeth include:
Not enough room for your wisdom teeth
Your wisdom teeth are growing at an angle towards your teeth
Your wisdom teeth are trapped by you jawbone or gums, causing pain and discomfort
During the procedure, we cut through your gums (and bones if needed) to access and remove your wisdom teeth. It’s normal to have swelling for a few days after surgery.