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If you’re a young person You’ve probably heard that several of your friends are getting wisdom teeth extracted. You might be wondering whether you should take the same action. What’s the significance? Does this constitute a rite of passage? Is everyone required to?

It’s possible that you’re not a fan of surgery or find it difficult to add another thing to your hectic schedule. But the reality is that getting your wisdom teeth extracted as you’re still young is something you should consider. The best time to consider the extraction occurs in your teens or in your early 20s.

Learn more about how waiting may cause problems later on.

Wisdom Teeth, Pain

Your wisdom teeth might not be bothering you right now however it’s always advisable to act preventively before there’s an issue. Before the issue causes discomfort.

Wisdom teeth can be found in a large mouth full of teeth which means that the possible pain may range from decay to infection to abscesses, misalignment, and abscesses. As your mouth already houses 28 teeth, before the fourth molars push through, the teeth are already overcrowded. Four more teeth only increase the risk of developing dental issues such as jaw nerve pain and swelling in the future.

A More Discreet Extraction Later on in Life

As your teeth grow and the roots are established, they become. Also the longer you’ve had teeth, the more intertwined the roots are in the socket of bone.

Therefore, it’s not rocket science to say that the longer you put it off longer, the more complicated the procedure is. Third molars are the easiest to remove between 16-20. Your recovery will go much more smoothly due to easy and painless extraction.

Gum Disease resulting from Wisdom Teeth Infections

Third molars develop in the back of the mouth, which is where it is the most difficult for patients to floss and clean their mouths and where the bacteria are most likely to grow. If we’re unable to reach food particles that are trapped in the mouth’s back dental decay, bacteria are the cause that can cause an infection.

In the event that gum disease and tooth loss, it is the most common outcome. Get your wisdom teeth extracted to prevent gum disease and missing teeth later on in your life!

The poor function of the mouth is caused by the impact. Wisdom Teeth

We close and open our mouths each day without thinking about it. The inability to clean your wisdom teeth prior to when they get impacted could cause swelling in your jaw. Simple activities such as eating, biting, and even talking can be difficult with a swelling jaw.

The Time When wisdom Teeth Cause Cysts

It’s common that wisdom teeth experience difficulties fully erupting, and then pushing through your gums if there’s an absence of space inside your mouth.

The impacted teeth also could develop cysts that can cause tooth and bone loss. Do not wait for this to happen to get your wisdom teeth extracted!

Wisdom Teeth & Serious Health Problems

Our mouths function as portals to the other parts of our body and when there is an infection within our gums, toxic substances can be absorbed into the bloodstream and alter blood vessels, and possibly blood pressure. If wisdom teeth remain untreated and develop an infection strokes, high blood pressure, as well as heart attacks, maybe result.

Take out your wisdom teeth when you’re young in order to avoid all of the issues mentioned above. If you choose to keep them longer, be sure to regularly attend checkups and regular cleanings to allow your dentist to be aware of any changes and keep track of them. Be aware your wisdom teeth are more prone to decay and could lead to gum disease, so make sure to hold on to your regular cleaning and flossing routine in order to maintain the best oral health.

Socket Preservation

Bone Grafting Following Tooth Extractions in Matawan, Ocean Township, Freehold, & Old Bridge

Are you in the process of having a tooth removed or are you planning to have a tooth implant put in?

If you’ve had a dentist who has directed the patient to an oral surgeon and suggested the preservation of your socket and socket preservation, you’re at the right spot: our oral surgeons with board certification are among the top of the best in their state!

Do you know what socket preservation is?

Socket preservation is a tiny implant of bone we insert into the socket following the extraction of the tooth.

The bone graft is placed over the tooth’s root, and we attach the collagen membrane to the graft, to promote the growth of bone.

What is the best time to preserve sockets?

The ability to leave a socket for healing naturally after a tooth extraction is an option. As leading dental surgeons we frequently try to save the socket using the use of a bone graft in order to prepare the location for the placement of dental implants.

A socket bone graft is used to fill the tiny gap in your gums. Left behind after the tooth’s roots are removed.

The importance of Socket Preservation

The potential risk of the socket healing by itself instead of having it preserved is that you risk the blood clot that naturally forms within the socket that protects the socket is knocked loose.

If this occurs patients typically experience dry sockets, which can be a painful condition.

Another issue that could occur when a socket is left to heal itself naturally can be that it heals improperly. Which can cause deformities within an alveolar bone ridge. Implant placement can be more difficult when bone deformities are in the socket.

What’s the point of socket protection?

The thing that most people don’t know is that teeth stimulate the jawbone via chewing.

The pressure of a bite encourages the development of bone tissue. That is increasing the size of the jawbone and maintaining its health. When we take teeth, the degrading of the bone begins as soon as the tooth is no longer present to stimulate.

The socket preservation procedure is used to avoid loss of bone and to build the ridge. Which aids in maintaining the natural form of the jaw.

The preservation of sockets prevents the loss of bone and provides the following benefits to your dental health.

  • An ensconced jawbone keeps the shape of the face to prevent a droop in your smile as a result of tooth loss.
  • Alignment of the teeth can be maintained because teeth don’t shift occur when there’s no gap or space between teeth.
  • An implant that is not complication-free requires adequate bone mass.

Dental Implants Following Socket Preservation

Socket preservation is only one of the steps in the entire process.

The next stop?

The placement of dental implants! Contact us today if eager to begin!


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