Hello, doctor, I have wisdom teeth on the left and right sides below me, which have grown out. When I went to take a dental film, I said that the root of the tooth is relatively long and it is very close to the facial nerve, so I was afraid. At that time, I didn't pull it out. With the growth of wisdom teeth, the teeth used for chewing next to me have been crooked. Recently, there will be gum bleeding from time to time, so I still want to pull it out. If these two teeth are pulled out, they will have been top crooked stone teeth, Will it grow back with time, or do I need other treatment assistance? In addition, there is a wisdom tooth with white head at the top right of me, which has no place for wisdom teeth to grow, so I also want to pull it out. Do I need to wait for it to grow out? Or can I pull it out now that I'm white headed
During the eruption of wisdom teeth, there is insufficient space for eruption. You can consider pulling out under local anesthesia to avoid repeated inflammation around the crown and even the possibility of caries of adjacent teeth. You can go to the stomatology department of the hospital to take a film to check the specific situation. In the near future, avoid eating spicy and stimulating food, brush your teeth and gargle frequently, and eat more fresh vegetables and fruits.
Wisdom teeth can be pulled out even if there is no riser. It just depends on whether it is necessary to cut the gingival surface. Of course, the removal of wisdom teeth depends on whether there are surgical indications, which will damage the surrounding teeth or repeatedly find periodontitis.
Redness, swelling, pain, fever? Are there any other discomfort symptoms? There are no special discomfort symptoms or abnormalities. You can observe and see. Don't be too nervous and worried. Usually pay attention to oral hygiene, avoid spicy and irritating food, smoking and drinking, etc.