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Wisdom Teeth Removal


Are you looking for the best Wisdom Teeth Removal Dentist Orange County, California?
Why is wisdom teeth removal a necessity?
Once in the middle of the night, you wake up to experience a severe toothache. You neither have a family dentist nor is any nearby clinic open at that hour. What are your supposed to do? Wait for the next day to set in and then visit a dentist?

Why is wisdom teeth removal a necessity?

Are there wisdom teeth growing on your lower jaws? These are perhaps the wisdom teeth and the final ones to erupt. One of the ways to detect is by discovering three permanent molars in both your upper and lower jaws. But sometimes the teeth remain under tissue which can only be detected by radiography.
You can often feel the coming of wisdom teeth even before they are visible. It will give you a dull throbbing or pressure at your jaw backs. A dentist can conduct the proper diagnosis in this case.

What is wisdom teeth removal?

When a wisdom tooth grows in a position where it becomes difficult to clean the adjacent molar, wisdom teeth removal becomes a necessity. Because this eruption would often lead to gum diseases, cavities, decay, deep periodontal pockets, etc. in the teeth nearby. So, it has to be extracted before creating any serious damage.
Again, another condition is when the eruption of wisdom teeth cause pain in the head and neck due to its pressure, the dentist will always suggest you get them extracted.

In case, this third molar gets affected by cavities or tooth decay, wisdom teeth removal is again a remedy for that.
So, you know removal of wisdom teeth is necessary under certain conditions that your dentist can best suggest you. He will examine the present condition and offer you the appropriate solution. You can discuss with him for any queries and make sure you inform him about your medical history.

Will the dentist give a local anesthesia during the procedure?
There are basically three types of anesthesia that your dentist may choose from depending on the condition and complexity of the teeth as well as your comfort level.

1. Sedation anesthesia:
This anesthesia is given in your arm through an IV (intravenous) line. Since it suppresses your consciousness, you won’t have much memory of the wisdom teeth removal procedure. But the dentist will also numb your gums with local anesthesia.
2. Local anesthesia:
In this case, your dentist will first numb the area using a substance. Next, he will push an injection near each extraction site. While you will be awake, have memories of the process and feel some movement and pressure, you won’t feel any pain for sure.

3. General anesthesia:
General anesthesia is used in special cases when the dentist either makes you inhale some medication or put an IV line in the arm or even use both these techniques. Not only the pain won’t be felt, but there won’t be any memories of the extraction procedure too.
We provide all these three facilities depending on individual’s dental and health condition. Dr. Kaweh Farahbod is there to offer you utmost care so that the whole process goes smoothly. He is widely appreciated for his personalized treatment to patients.

Can there be any complication post-extraction?

If the wisdom teeth removal is performed by an experienced dentist, there are least or no chances of complications later. But it is important that you follow your dentist’s instructions properly, especially on factors like –

  • Pain management
  • Bleeding
  • Daily activity
  • Brushing and flossing
  • Swelling and bruising
  • Beverages
  • Use of tobacco
  • Stitches

Rest of the suggestions and guidance will be provided by the dentist himself if any special instructions are applicable for you.
Are you looking for wisdom teeth removal service? You can contact Dr. Kaweh Farahbod, Westminster, California through us. He is one of the most reliable and experienced dentists in the country.


Westminster Family Dentistry
7689 Westminster Blvd
Westminster, CA 92683
Phone: 714-893-1356
Fax: 714-894-9387

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