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Why is wisdom tooth extracted in most cases?

Why is wisdom tooth extracted in most cases?

Why is wisdom tooth extracted in most cases? The third tooth or molar is the most hindered oral tooth that lives in the early twenties but some people do not have a congenital tooth.  


Why is wisdom tooth extracted in most cases?

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What are the reasons for wisdom teeth extraction?

The third tooth or molar is the most hindered oral tooth in the early twenties but some people do not have a congenital tooth. In some people, the size of the jaw or the tooth arch is reduced and there is not enough space for the teeth to be pulled out so the tooth may remain under the gum and not out. In this case, you will see the X-ray image in the jaw.


Impact of the wisdom tooth

In many cases there is not enough space for the wisdom tooth to be pulled out, which is why the wisdom tooth remains completely or partially below the gum and inside the jawbone.


This is called tooth impaction. Today, we know that wisdom teeth lie in many cases, and in dental impaction, they rank first. Then the bite teeth have the most impact.


Since tooth impaction affects other teeth as well, and because its impaction causes bumps and dents in the dental arch that can be a site for accumulation of food particles and bacteria, the problem of tooth impaction must be resolved. Normally, the toothbrush is difficult to access and the teeth may not be well cleaned, the incision will worsen and the different angles of the tooth cannot be cleaned properly.


As a result, the risk of tooth decay increases. Gum infection is also likely in this part of the mouth. If the wisdom tooth is lying under the gum, its crown puts pressure on the root of the large tooth adjacent to the tooth, causing its root to decay. So the main reason for wisdom tooth extraction is its impaction.


Lack of space in the dental arch

It is said that due to changes in our bones and facial growth, our jaws are smaller than before and in turn due to changes in our lifestyle, the need for extra teeth as a reserve is reduced. Has found.


For this reason, the arch length of the tooth is usually smaller than the amount of space left for the tooth. Because the wisdom tooth begins to expel after the growth of the bones is complete, in most cases the route is closed and there is not enough space in the mouth.


As a result of the lack of space, it can put a lot of pressure on the adjacent tooth and, consequently, on the adjacent teeth, when exhaled. As a result of this pressure the teeth get out of alignment and become tangled and the bytes shatter. It may also be damaged by stenosis, a neighboring tooth crown, or a root.


Improper tooth angle

Due to lack of space, the tooth position may be inappropriate. A tooth that is not perfectly straightened, impacted, or partially impacted may be upright, supine, tilted to the back of the mouth (distal) or tilted to the front of the mouth.


These inappropriate dental angles can lead to caries, cyst formation, pericronitis and more. In most cases, the only solution is tooth extraction.


Occasionally the roots of the mandibular impacted tooth have contact with the alveolar nerve duct, so the relationship of the root of the mandibular to the mandibular alveolar nerve must be investigated and then decided on for treatment.


Tooth Decay

Because of its special position (at the bottom of the mouth), the wisdom tooth is not often cleaned with a good toothbrush and the food particles and bacteria attached to it are not removed. As a result, there is ample room for bacteria to grow and the tooth breaks.


The problem is that if the tooth is not treated early, it can also spread to the adjacent tooth, as plaque and food particles often accumulate between the two teeth. In cases where the frontal tooth is angled forward, a cavity is formed between the front and front teeth, leading to decay of the frontal tooth and frontal tooth. Therefore, to protect the tooth, the tooth also has to be pulled in front of the tooth.



Peri-cronitis is the most common complaint of patients with tooth decay and is one of the most common causes of pain toothache. Peri-cronitis refers to the inflammation or soft tissue around the crown of the wisdom tooth because it constantly encounters between the wisdom crown and the front tooth. The condition is usually painful and the solution to this problem is often to extract the wisdom tooth.


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