Procedure In Removing The Back Molars?
Hello, I want to ask first I don’t have teeth in the very back position but as an adult the teeth grow in the backmost position on the right and left and the position is slightly tilted, can I pull out the teeth? And can it be done in ordinary clinics (without a dental specialist)? And how much it costs to extract the teeth? The problem is that you can get information from the tooth friend if you don’t pull it out there will be a problem and it will push the other teeth forward r n r nPlease answer, thanks in advance
The most rear molars (3rd molar), or often called wisdom teeth, begin to grow over the age of 17. When the growth of wisdom teeth has problems such as growing sideways, pressing on other teeth, causing complaints of pain, swelling, or causing infection, then a tooth extraction will be considered (treatment is carried out first if the tooth is swollen, painful, and infected).
Tooth extraction should only be performed by dentists and specialist dentists if the case is more difficult. In your case, I suggest that you check with your dentist first so you can see the condition of your wisdom teeth and then decide on the most appropriate treatment. If the case is not difficult, the dentist can remove the back molars. However, if the case is more complicated, the dentist will refer you to a specialist dentist so that you can get further treatment.
Regarding costs, the cost for tooth extraction varies greatly depending on where you are removing the tooth, the level of difficulty, and what actions are taken according to the patient's condition. Therefore it would be more appropriate if you ask the costs directly to the clinic or hospital in question.
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Thank you and hope it helps,
dr. Devika Y