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Wisdom Teeth Removal in Delhi


Wisdom teeth often known as third molars are the last teeth to erupt. One usually gets them in late teens or early twenties. But the problem with third molars is that in case they do not erupt properly or are misaligned, they would need to be extracted. If they are poorly aligned, then they can damage the adjacent teeth.


  • Pain
  • Food entrapment
  • Infection
  • Damage to second molars
  • Cysts
  • Orthodontic complications


  • Emerge partially through the gums- In that case, the area would be hard to see and clean properly. This will attract bacteria that can cause oral infection and gum disease.
  • Remain completely hidden within the gums- If your wisdom can’t emerge normally, they often become impacted within your jaw. This could lead to an infection or a cyst that could damage adjacent teeth or the supporting jaw bone.
  • Crowd nearby teeth- If your wisdom teeth don’t have enough room to grow in properly, they can crowd or damage neighbouring teeth.


  • The first step is in which the surgeon will examine your mouth, take X-rays and look over the teeths.
  • The next step is scheduling the surgery
  • During the procedure, you will be given local anesthesia to numb the area around your wisdom teeth and maybe even sedation if you’re particularly anxious about the surgery.
  • Once you’re numb/sedated, the surgeon will make an incision in your gums and remove any bone blocking access to the tooth. Then they will loosen the tooth and remove it from your mouth.
  • Afterward, your surgeon will place gauze over the empty sockets and have you bite down on it to help stop any bleeding. They may also prescribe pain medication and antibiotics as you recover from surgery.




Answer – Wisdom teeth may need to be removed if they are impacted, meaning they are unable to fully emerge from the gum line, or if they are causing other dental problems such as crowding, decay, or infection. Removing wisdom teeth can prevent these problems from developing or worsening.

Answer – The procedure for removing wisdom teeth should not be painful, as the dentist will administer local anesthesia to numb the area. However, you may experience some discomfort or swelling after the procedure, which can be managed with over-the-counter pain relievers and cold compresses.

Answer – The recovery time for wisdom teeth removal can vary depending on the individual case. In general, it can take up to a week to fully recover. During this time, it is important to rest and avoid strenuous activity, as well as eat soft foods and avoid smoking or using straws.

Answer – During the wisdom teeth removal procedure, the dentist will first numb the area with local anesthesia. They will then make an incision in the gum tissue to access the tooth and remove it. The incision will be closed with stitches, which may dissolve on their own or need to be removed after a few days.

Answer – Not all patients need to have all four wisdom teeth removed at once. Dentists will assess your individual case and recommend a treatment plan that is tailored to your needs. In some cases, only one or two wisdom teeth may need to be removed, while in others, all four may need to be removed at once.

Answer – As with any dental procedure, there are some risks associated with wisdom teeth removal, such as bleeding, infection, nerve damage, and dry socket. However, these risks are rare and can be minimized by following we’s instructions for post-operative care.

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