For some of us, having our wisdom teeth removed is one of our first major surgeries. It can be frightening and leave us feeling anxious but really the worst part of it is the recovery. This article will tell you everything you need to know about having your wisdom teeth removed.
Why It's Important To Get Your Wisdom Teeth Removed
There are many reasons that can lead to the need for your wisdom teeth to be extracted. The teeth can be stuck and impacted or your mouth may just be too small and removing the wisdom teeth can create room for your other teeth. They can also just simply be coming in at the wrong angle. Just because you have no pain in your mouth, doesn't mean your wisdom teeth aren't causing issues, according to WebMD.
X-rays are often what causes the dentist to suggest the surgery. Your wisdom teeth can be the cause of damage to your jaws, sinus' and gums.
Having your wisdom teeth removed is a very routine surgery and should take no more than 45 minutes. And the best part about it is... you are asleep the whole time! You will be provided anesthesia and when you wake up, it's done.
The Road To Recovery
While most people are worried about the surgery itself, some are worried about the recovery aspect. Most people have little to no pain after the surgery, but it can be a little uncomfortable for about a week. It is normal for the face to swell a little for the first few days.
According to Web MD, it is very important to remember to drink plenty of fluid but avoid using any straws that can lead to loosening blood clots and slowing the healing process.
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