Your wisdom teeth are called third molars, and there is one on each side, both top, and bottom, giving you four total. They can all erupt at the same time or may erupt in a staggered pattern. Either way, many young adults find that they can’t deal with the pain of having them partially erupt and become ‘stuck’ (impacted). Impaction is just one of many complications. Wisdom teeth removal in Chatswood is the most common treatment for impacted third molars; it removes the problem with few complications and helps you get back to a normal lifestyle.
Wisdom teeth removal in Chatswood isn’t as complicated as you might believe. However, it is best to have the treatment done by a professional. While your general dentist is likely to offer the service, you may want to choose an oral surgeon. They have had more formal training and have passed specialty exams to prove that they know what they’re doing. Therefore, you can expect them to understand the inner workings of the mouth and third molars in particular. They may also use the latest technology and techniques to ensure that your extraction goes smoothly.
Toothsome employs a dental surgeon who enjoys spending time with his patients. He likes to get to know you personally and medically so that he can provide you with the best treatment. Whether you were referred to him or not, he can walk you through the process and talk to you about your situation, such as pain levels, how long you’ve experienced pain, and what options can reduce or eliminate your pain. Many times, wisdom teeth removal in Chatswood is the first option. You’ve likely taken OTC medications and done other things that your general dentist recommended; they didn’t work, and now you are visiting the surgeon to get an extraction so that you can be pain-free again.