Ms. Nupur Dayal visited our SDA branch. She had consulted many dentists and was very apprehensive regarding the suggested treatment. She was referred to Indiadens by one of her sisters. She met Dr. Ujjwal Gulati personally, who studied her case in detail and explained to her the current condition, proper diagnosis and treatment plan. She was convinced and relatively more confident about her treatment. She was a bit worried initially because of her previous dental experiences.
However, after the surgery, she was extremely happy and impressed by the meticulous cyst removal surgery done by Dr. Ujjwal Gulati. She had an uneventful and speedy recovery. She has shared her wonderful experience in detail here.
Wisdom teeth are the last teeth to erupt in the oral cavity and hence they are often left with less space in jaws to grow in proper position. This is due to the decrease in jaw sizes of humans with evolution. Non-eruption/partial eruption/eruption in improper position gives rise to many potential problems like:
Do you ever wonder: Why wisdom teeth are a frequent cause of problems? Or Why are wisdom teeth called “Wisdom Teeth”? Or Why does your dentist advise getting wisdom teeth removed? Or Should wisdom teeth be removed in any situation? Or What can happen if the wisdom teeth problem is not addressed out of fear or neglect?
Special circumstances require special attention and your wisdom tooth needs a specialist’s expertise to be removed smoothly from your mouth. In such cases, a highly specific surgical approach is required.
“Wisdom teeth” is the common name for “Third Molars” present in our mouth. They are the last teeth to erupt in both the corners of our upper and lower jaws. They are a source of frequent problems in the oral cavity like recurrent pain, recurrent swelling, traumatic bite, ulcers and even cysts and tumours are relatively more common with wisdom teeth.