Wisdom Teeth Removal in Manchester

Wisdom Teeth Removal in Manchester

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9AM – 5PM: 0161 637 7370

Or fill in our online form

Wisdom Teeth

Wisdom teeth are a third set of molars which may start to erupt aged 18-25 years old. Unfortunately for many people they cause more harm than good and often require removing. Wisdom teeth vary in their anatomy and are unique to each individual. A wisdom tooth can have anywhere between 1 and four roots and can present itself horizontal in the jaw and even inverted in some cases.

About Wisdom Teeth & Extractions

Extractions

A tooth extraction visit for many people causes nightmares. Our aim is to make your visit as comfortable as possible. Primarily we are here to help you save the tooth but in situations when the tooth carries a hopeless prognosis and other options have been exhausted, we will make the extraction appear effortless. We are experienced in surgical extractions under intravenous sedation, therefore if you feel you can not cope with dental injections please call our friendly team to discuss your concerns.

Wisdom teeth and the risk of nerve damage

Wisdom teeth are a third set of molars which may start to erupt aged 18-25 years old. Unfortunately for many people they cause more harm than good and often require removing. Wisdom teeth vary in their anatomy and are unique to each individual. A wisdom tooth can have anywhere between 1 and four roots and can present itself horizontal in the jaw and even inverted in some cases.

Why wisdom teeth cause pain?

  • Tooth Decay – Dental Caries
  • Gum disease associated with the wisdom tooth
  • Pericoronitis – inflammation of the soft tissue surrounding the wisdom tooth
  • Abscess – Swelling containing pus associated with the wisdom tooth
  • Cysts – A fluid filled swelling
  • Cancerous lesions

How Wisdom Teeth Are Removed?

Wisdom teeth can not be removed by average Dentists, they require Dentists who are highly trained in Dental surgery. For this reason you may find Dentists refer patients to the hospital for which there can be waiting lists ranging form 6 months up to 2 years. At Bespoke Dental & Implant Clinic you are able to undergo surgery with Dr Hussain on the same day.

The reason for advanced skills is due to the nature of the procedure which often involves minor oral surgery. This involves making an incision into the gums, precision bone removal and careful dissection of the wisdom tooth. Upon completion there are normally dissolvable stitches in place.

The procedure is carried out painlessly, rest assured our Dentists carry years of experience and have safely removed thousands of wisdom teeth.

If you are concerned about the procedure and feel you can not tolerate dental injections, please consider our sedation service. This works wonders for patients who have dental phobia or dental anxiety. It involves a tiny prick in the arm to insert a cannula and then you will fall into a pleasant dreamy state. The wisdom tooth can be removed once you are sedated and you won’t feel a thing! Please speak to us to discuss your concerns and preferences.

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How Long does the surgery take?

The time taken to remove a wisdom tooth varies depending on the complexity and upon the Dental Surgeon. Typically many surgeons quote 1 hour, however on average our procedures are completed from start to finish within 30 minutes.

What is the recovery like after the surgery?

This ranges from person to person. We all heal at different speeds but like any typical extraction you can expect couple days of painkillers and up to 1 week soft diet. In some cases you may end up with post-operative infection such as dry-socket, rest assured we will review your case and provide necessary treatment to have you fully recovered.

Wisdom Teeth

Wisdom teeth are a third set of molars which may start to erupt aged 18-25 years old. Unfortunately for many people they cause more harm than good and often require removing. Wisdom teeth vary in their anatomy and are unique to each individual. A wisdom tooth can have anywhere between 1 and four roots and can present itself horizontal in the jaw and even inverted in some cases.

About Wisdom Teeth & Extractions

Extractions

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Wisdom teeth and the risk of nerve damage

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Why wisdom teeth cause pain?

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How Wisdom Teeth Are Removed?

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How Long does the surgery take?

The time taken to remove a wisdom tooth varies depending on the complexity and upon the Dental Surgeon. Typically many surgeons quote 1 hour, however on average our procedures are completed from start to finish within 30 minutes.

What is the recovery like after the surgery?

This ranges from person to person. We all heal at different speeds but like any typical extraction you can expect couple days of painkillers and up to 1 week soft diet. In some cases you may end up with post-operative infection such as dry-socket, rest assured we will review your case and provide necessary treatment to have you fully recovered.

Wisdom Teeth

Wisdom teeth are a third set of molars which may start to erupt aged 18-25 years old. Unfortunately for many people they cause more harm than good and often require removing. Wisdom teeth vary in their anatomy and are unique to each individual. A wisdom tooth can have anywhere between 1 and four roots and can present itself horizontal in the jaw and even inverted in some cases.

About Wisdom Teeth & Extractions

Extractions

A tooth extraction visit for many people causes nightmares. Our aim is to make your visit as comfortable as possible. Primarily we are here to help you save the tooth but in situations when the tooth carries a hopeless prognosis and other options have been exhausted, we will make the extraction appear effortless. We are experienced in surgical extractions under intravenous sedation, therefore if you feel you can not cope with dental injections please call our friendly team to discuss your concerns.

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Why wisdom teeth cause pain?

  • Tooth Decay – Dental Caries
  • Gum disease associated with the wisdom tooth
  • Pericoronitis – inflammation of the soft tissue surrounding the wisdom tooth
  • Abscess – Swelling containing pus associated with the wisdom tooth
  • Cysts – A fluid filled swelling
  • Cancerous lesions

How Wisdom Teeth Are Removed?

Wisdom teeth can not be removed by average Dentists, they require Dentists who are highly trained in Dental surgery. For this reason you may find Dentists refer patients to the hospital for which there can be waiting lists ranging form 6 months up to 2 years. At Bespoke Dental & Implant Clinic you are able to undergo surgery with Dr Hussain on the same day.

Read more

How Long does the surgery take?

The time taken to remove a wisdom tooth varies depending on the complexity and upon the Dental Surgeon. Typically many surgeons quote 1 hour, however on average our procedures are completed from start to finish within 30 minutes.

What is the recovery like after the surgery?

This ranges from person to person. We all heal at different speeds but like any typical extraction you can expect couple days of painkillers and up to 1 week soft diet. In some cases you may end up with post-operative infection such as dry-socket, rest assured we will review your case and provide necessary treatment to have you fully recovered.