Wisdom teeth removal in Manchester, MA

Get your wisdom teeth removed quickly and without complications. Call now to book an experienced wisdom tooth extraction dentist in Manchester. We're open Monday through Saturday from 8:00 am to 6:00 pm.

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Facing wisdom teeth woes? Count on our rapid services, available in Manchester for your convenience.

Couldn’t believe how smooth my wisdom teeth extraction went. This team knows what they’re doing. Will definitely be back for any future dental needs.

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what are wisdom teeth

What's the definition of wisdom teeth?

Wisdom teeth, medically known as third molars, happen to be the last teeth to develop in our mouths. They’ve earned the name 'wisdom teeth' since they usually appear in our late teens or early twenties, traditionally a 'age of wisdom'. However, not everyone has wisdom teeth. Some people might find these teeth emerging smoothly, while others can experience discomfort or dental issues. It's a unique experience for every patient.

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Should you have your wisdom teeth removed?

If you're experiencing discomfort, swelling, or even difficulty opening your mouth, it's likely your wisdom teeth are coming in. We understand it can cause concern, and we want to reassure you: pain or infection often means they need to be removed. Moreover, we offer state-of-the-art wisdom teeth surgery in Manchester. Remember, you're not alone in this; many are in your same shoes. We're ready to help you through the process.

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What's the process for taking out wisdom teeth?

Removing wisdom teeth is a breeze, and it's all thanks to modern surgical techniques. So, how do we do it? We start by making a small incision in your gum to expose the tooth. Sometimes, we might need to break down the tooth into smaller pieces to remove it easier. But don’t sweat it, you won’t feel a thing due to anesthesia.

aftercare instructions post-operation third molar tooth extraction

Aftercare instructions

After the removal of your wisdom teeth, discomfort and swelling are normal. It's critical that we take steps to avoid complications. On the day of surgery, maintain a blood clot on the surgical site by biting on a provided gauze, aiding in the healing process. Be mindful of your oral hygiene, but avoid rinsing vigorously which might disrupt the surgical area. Fall in bed and rest, but keep your head propped up to limit further swelling. A cold pack can also help with this. Although you might feel better after a few days, remember, complete recovery can take weeks. Be patient. Let's heed these instructions to ensure a swift and uninterrupted recuperation.

What to eat after tooth removal surgery?

What to eat post-op?

Following a wisdom teeth removal, sticking to a liquid diet is paramount for at least 48 hours in order to avoid irritating the surgical sites. However, this doesn't mean you're relegated to broth alone. Once we're past the initial stage, transition towards soft foods, like turkey salad or mashed cauliflower, is key. Lastly, remember to stay hydrated, but avoid hot drinks as they can dissolve the blood clot protecting the extraction site.

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How much should I expect to pay?

We understand that wisdom teeth removal costs can be a concern. You'll be pleased to know that we're transparent about our charges and happy to provide a comprehensive breakdown – so you can see exactly where your money's going. We want you to feel confident and comfortable throughout the process, after all, you're not just a patient, you're a crucial part of our dental family.

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Same-day wisdom tooth extraction in Manchester

While you may not perceive wisdom tooth pain as an emergency, continuously ignoring it isn't recommendable because complications could arise. It's vital to get it checked out if the pain returns. We understand that it's unsettling, but there are oral surgeons for wisdom teeth removal in Manchester, open now. They're skilled in ensuring minimal discomfort during the procedure. You see, our aim is to alleviate any discomfort you're experiencing, so remember, you needn't endure persisting pain.

FAQ

Can wisdom teeth appear at 30?

Yes, wisdom teeth can still appear at 30. While they typically emerge between age 17 and 25, some individuals may experience delayed eruption, and it is not uncommon for wisdom teeth to emerge later in life.

How can I prepare for my wisdom teeth removal surgery?

To prepare for wisdom teeth removal surgery, follow your dentist's instructions regarding fasting, medications, and transportation arrangements. Stock up on soft foods and cold compresses, and get plenty of rest before the procedure.

What should I do if I accidentally dislodge the blood clot after wisdom teeth removal?

If you accidentally dislodge the blood clot after wisdom teeth removal, it is crucial to contact your oral surgeon or dentist immediately. They will advise you on the necessary steps to prevent further complications and ensure proper healing.

Are there any dietary restrictions before wisdom teeth removal?

Yes, there are dietary restrictions before wisdom teeth removal. Patients should avoid hard, sticky, and crunchy foods, as well as alcohol and tobacco products.

Can wisdom teeth rot under gums?

Yes, wisdom teeth can indeed rot under the gums. This occurs when decay-causing bacteria attack the tooth, leading to infection and decay. Regular dental check-ups are important to detect and address any issues with wisdom teeth early on.

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Take the first step towards a healthier smile and schedule your appointment today. We're open Monday through Saturday from 8:00 am to 6:00 pm. Call now and enter your ZIP code.

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