Wisdom Tooth Extraction in dubai
Safe and smooth procedure
Feel no pain, nor discomfort
At Micris Dental Clinic, we offer guaranteed safe and painless wisdom tooth extraction in Dubai. Our specialist dentists and oral surgeons are well-trained to perform surgical extraction with utmost precision and care to eliminate wisdom teeth pain.
Why Should You Have Your Wisdom Tooth Removed?
Your dentist will examine through X-ray if your wisdom teeth are not erupting normally. If not treated or extracted immediately, an abnormally growing wisdom tooth could lead to an infection called pericoronitis. Here are the most common cases why wisdom tooth extraction is recommended:
What Happens When A Wisdom Tooth is Not Removed?
Most frequent questions and answers
Even without feeling any pain, some people opt to have wisdom tooth extraction as a precautionary measure to avoid the potential damage since the growth of wisdom teeth can pose risk to adjacent teeth.
In addition, one of the reasons why even healthy third molars are removed early on is because the bones in your mouth get harder and the teeth become harder to remove in the future. Healing is also faster when you have your wisdom teeth removal at a younger age. You should consult with your specialist dentist as soon as you find your wisdom teeth erupting, so certain dental recommendations can be addressed immediately.
Plan your schedule days before the procedure itself. Make sure you are well-rested and free from any kind of stress. Before your actual wisdom teeth removal in Dubai, your oral surgeon will speak with you about the procedure itself and discuss the following concerns:
- Condition of tooth/teeth (impacted, wrong angle, overcrowded, etc.)
- Your health history
- Existing medications or food supplements you take on a regular basis
- Type of anesthesia that will be applied
- Your personal feeling about the procedure
Make sure to ask your dentist all the questions you need to know before the day of your appointment.
- Do not brush your teeth on the same surgery. If you must brush, remember to avoid brushing over the blood clots. Rinse your mouth gently, preferably with salt water.
- Eat soft foods so you don’t overwork your jaw and teeth. Avoid crunchy
- Drink plenty of water. Don’t drink using straw as it may force the blood clots to open.
- Take prescribed medications and use an ice pack to ease the pain and curb the swelling.
- Avoid smoking.
- If you feel feverish or if your pain and swelling does not subside, contact your dentist.