Wisdom Tooth Extraction

Most people between the ages of 17 and 24 begin to grow wisdom teeth. However, in some people, the wisdom teeth don't push through the gums, which could cause pain, swelling or gum ulcers. Impacted wisdom teeth can also push on nearby teeth or damage your jawbone.[1]If your wisdom teeth aren't coming out of your gums, then having surgery to remove them is a good idea.


Taking Care of Yourself After Surgery:
Follow carefully the instructions our receptionist will give you by writting after the surgery

  1. Find someone to drive you back from the clinic 
  2. Leave the gauze on the surgical site for at least 30 minutes  
  3. Use an ice pack to ease pain and swelling
  4. Follow Medication 
  5. During the first night Elevate your head
  6. 24 hours after the surgery, rinse your mouth with Mouthwash
  7. Skip cigarette smoking exercises and alcohol for some days
  8. Control your pain