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lunes, 6 de diciembre de 2021

How to prevent infections after third molar extraction?

Oral Surgery

The extraction of the third molar is one of the most frequent surgical procedures in the dental clinic. Currently surgical techniques are safe and effective.

The surgeon must recommend to the patient a series of measures that aim to avoid infection of the wound. The third molars are extracted to avoid future problems: accumulation of food, bad breath, pain and inflammation.


We share a video that recommends us what we should do after tooth extraction to avoid infectious processes.

Oral Surgery


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martes, 23 de noviembre de 2021

Virtual Library - Wisdom Teeth: Everything you need to know

Wisdom Teeth

The third molars, also known as wisdom teeth, are the last molars to appear in the dental arch, in an age range between 16 and 25 years. When these teeth are retained they can cause pain, food accumulation or pericoronitis.

The presence of this molar generates doubts and fear in the patient, and the dental community is in charge of clearing all the questions and myths that have been created.

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We share an interesting list of articles and videos that answer all the questions about wisdom teeth.


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sábado, 8 de mayo de 2021

Animated Video: Wisdom Tooth Extraction

Oral Surgery

Wisdom teeth cause a lot of pain and discomfort when they erupt, and the solution is surgical removal of the tooth.

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The procedure is safe as long as it is performed by a qualified surgeon, and after a clinical and radiographic examination. The post-operative is safe and without major complications.

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We share an animated video on the surgical procedure to remove the wisdom tooth, thanks to the Hunterdon Oral & Maxillofacial Surgical Specialists channel.




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Source: Youtube/ Hunterdon Oral & Maxillofacial Surgical Specialists

miércoles, 3 de marzo de 2021

8 interesting facts about the Wisdom Tooth

Oral Surgery

The presence of the third molars causes great fear and discomfort to the patient. The wisdom tooth must be removed to prevent a series of consequences such as: food accumulation, pericoronitis, caries, inflammation of the gums, etc.

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Wisdom teeth generate a lot of anxiety and questions in the patient, and it is necessary for the professional to answer each of them in order to generate calm and confidence in the patient.

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We share an article that answers the most frequent questions that a patient asks before undergoing removal of wisdom teeth.

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miércoles, 28 de octubre de 2020

THIRD MOLARS: To extract or not to extract?

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Third molars, also known as wisdom teeth, erupt between 18 and 25 years of age. The eruption of this molar usually causes pain and discomfort in the patient that must be treated in time.

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Some of the consequences of not removing wisdom teeth are: accumulation of food, cavities, bad breath, pericoronitis.

Many dentists recommend removing wisdom teeth to prevent some kind of complication. We share an interesting video from the Way To Know channel that explains the reasons for extracting a third molar.

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martes, 13 de octubre de 2020

What problems can wisdom teeth cause?

Oral Surgery

Wisdom teeth are the last molars to come out, appearing between the ages of 18 and 25. At the time of eruption they generate a series of discomforts, even infectious processes.

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Among the discomforts generated by the eruption of the wisdom tooth are: pain, inflammation, infection, bad breath, etc. The indicated and definitive treatment is the extraction of the molar.



We share a video from the Top Doctors UK channel, where Dr. Bhavin Visavadia explains to us what are the problems caused by the eruption of the wisdom tooth.

Oral Surgery


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lunes, 18 de mayo de 2020

Wisdom teeth and orthodontics: Are they related?

Oral Surgery

Wisdom teeth erupt between 18 and 25 years of age, generating a series of problems the moment they appear. So it is important to visit your dentist to be evaluated.

The extraction of the wisdom teeth avoids the consequences of their eruption, and these can be: pain, trismus, inflammation, cysts, bad breath and crowded teeth.


In the vast majority of cases it is recommended to be removed preventively and prophylactically. In case the patient wants to start an orthodontic treatment, it is important to extract them so that the treatment is not damaged.

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jueves, 16 de abril de 2020

Extraction of Third Molars : Why?

Wisdom tooth

The third molars appear between 17 and 25 years of age approximately, and when they appear they generate a series of problems such as pain, inflammation and in some cases infection.


The extraction of the third molars is to prevent the consequences of their eruption, it is important to use x-rays to perform the surgical procedure. This video discusses common problems associated with wisdom teeth such as infection, decay, and gum disease, and its rational for removal.

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