Some time ago, I went to treat my teeth, pulled out my teeth and took a film. The doctor said that my two wisdom teeth grew horizontally and touched the nerve. My wisdom teeth haven't hurt so far. Does this situation require surgery
According to the results of your oral CBCT examination, it can be seen that the mandibular support does not completely erupt, so it is completely buried in the mandibular ramus, which may lead to pericoronitis of wisdom teeth, facial pain and limited mouth opening. If it is not treated in time, it will bring great pain. It is recommended to remove the mandibular wisdom teeth as soon as possible. The front first molar has caries and pulp cavity is exposed. Root canal treatment is recommended.
Hello, the evidence of wisdom tooth extraction. First, repeated wisdom tooth pericoronitis. Second, wisdom teeth against adjacent teeth are easy to damage the top of adjacent teeth. Third, orthodontic teeth need to be extracted! Your wisdom tooth is buried in the bone and does not form a dental cyst. You can observe it without pulling it out
The wisdom teeth below the picture provided have been growing abnormally, and if they are not treated in time, it will cause harm to the front normal molars. In this case, due to the location of growth, the technical content required for tooth extraction is still relatively high. It is recommended to choose a third-class hospital. The stomatology department may need to be hospitalized, and some may need to be sutured after tooth extraction. You can take some anti-inflammatory drugs with medical advice, To prevent local infection.