wisdom teeth removal

in the heart of Warsaw

wisdom teeth removal

in the heart of Warsaw

advanced methods of
wisdom teeth removal

The removal of wisdom teeth involves the extraction of one or more third molars (your wisdom teeth) located at the back of the dental arch. Sometimes, this may require a surgical procedure.

Your wisdom teeth are the last four large molars at the back of your mouth. Sometimes, they do not erupt properly, meaning they are impacted. This can cause issues such as pain, swelling, and infection. Removing wisdom teeth can alleviate these symptoms. Indications for wisdom teeth removal may also include orthodontic treatment. At Warsaw Dental Center, our experienced surgeon will ensure that the procedure is painless and comfortable.

By using microsurgery tools and loupes, tooth extraction is very precise and does not damage adjacent tissues. Our anesthetics work quickly and effectively, and we also offer general anesthesia as an option, which can also be used during tooth extraction and other procedures.

what are the advantages of
removal wisdom teeth?

Prevention of Tooth Decay and Gum Diseases

Prevention of Bite Overload

Pain Relief

Avoiding Complications

removal of wisdom teeth at Warsaw Dental Center step by step:

It may require multiple visits for a patient to receive a dental crown. In many cases, the dental crown procedure is part of another dental treatment plan, such as root canal therapy.

Step 1: Consultation
The visit begins with a consultation with the dentist, who assesses the wisdom teeth, discusses symptoms, and the need for their removal.

Step 2: Diagnostic Tests
Diagnostic tests, such as X-rays, are performed to accurately assess the position of the wisdom teeth, their shape, and their relationship with adjacent anatomical structures.

Step 3: Treatment Planning
Based on the results of the tests, the dentist plans the method of tooth removal, taking into account the individual conditions in the patient’s oral cavity.

Step 4: Anesthesia
The wisdom teeth removal procedure is performed under local anesthesia, and in some cases, sedation or general anesthesia may be used to ensure maximum patient comfort.

Step 5: Tooth Removal
The dentist gently removes the wisdom tooth, using techniques that minimize surgical intervention. In some cases, a small incision in the gum or removal of part of the bone may be necessary.

Step 6: Postoperative Care
After the tooth is removed, the patient receives instructions for postoperative care, including recommendations for diet, oral hygiene, and ways to relieve discomfort.

Step 7: Follow-up
A follow-up visit after the procedure is recommended to assess the healing process and ensure that no complications occur.

At Warsaw Dental Center, we ensure that each stage of wisdom teeth removal is carried out with the utmost care, using modern technologies and surgical techniques, which translates into treatment efficiency and patient comfort.

check out what you will experience
at Warsaw Dental Center!

The most modern devices

Warm and professional team

Comfort during treatment

Fully personalized dental care

Warsaw Dental Center
answers the most frequently asked questions about wisdom tooth removal.

How do I know if I need to have my wisdom teeth removed?

The need for wisdom teeth removal is often determined based on pain, infection, decay, bite problems, or lack of space in the jaw. Our team will conduct a thorough examination and recommend removal only when it is truly necessary for your health.

Will the removal of wisdom teeth be painful?

We make every effort to minimize discomfort during and after the procedure. Patients typically only feel slight pressure. Any pain is controlled using local anesthesia and, if necessary, sedation.

What is the recovery period after wisdom teeth removal?

The recovery time varies for each patient, but most people return to normal activity within a few days. We will provide individual advice on post-operative care to help you recover as quickly as possible.

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