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Best way to remove teeth?

Post  tooyoung on Sat Nov 13, 2010 2:07 pm

I've recently been getting pain in the back of my mouth, I took a look last night and noticed I've got a wisdom tooth right at the back coming through. It looks like the tooth has barely any room, which might mess up the rest of my teeth, is it safe for it just to get pulled out?

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Post  fender89 on Sat Nov 13, 2010 8:23 pm

wisdom teeth causing the other teeth to mess up is just a myth. teeth going unaligned is just genetics and there isn't much that can be done to stop it naturally, if they get bad, just go to the dentist. He/she can sort it out.

Until when/if you have any pain, don't worry about it. Do you have regular checkups at a dentist? go every 6 months.

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Post  fender89 on Sat Nov 13, 2010 8:25 pm

oh yeah i just saw you are saying you have pain. I would advice to just go to the dentist if you can man.

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Post  tooyoung on Sat Nov 13, 2010 8:45 pm

My teeth are pretty crooked already, typical English teeth haha.

Yeah I go every 6 months, but my next routine check up is in around 3-4 months. I'm just washing my mouth with salt water a couple of times a day and if it gets any worse or the same after a week or so maybe, ill call my dentist. Thanks for the help.

Different question - the tooth infront of the wisdom tooth seems to be grey/black in the middle. What does that mean? My gum for that tooth seem slightly receded at the side.

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Post  fender89 on Sun Nov 14, 2010 2:50 am

hey man, i'm not entirely sure about the grey/black bit in the middle. JUst ask your dentist Razz

I only knew about wisdom teeth coming through in relation to teeth becomming crooked due to talking with my own dentist. I had perfect bottom row teeth until a year ago or so, that's when my wisdom teeth were coming through. The whole time i thought it was them making my bottom row go abit unalligned, but my dentist recently attended a lecture apparently and he found out that it's not the wisdom teeth that do this.

BTW, in regards to the original question. Getting the bottom wisdom teeth removed is a big procedure and can cause some complications apparently. Is a hospital job. Especially if they have not fully came through. Getting top wisdom teeth removed however isn't a big deal. I had to get my top right wisdom tooth removed as it was biting down into my gum and causing pain in the back of my mouth ( my bottom wisdom tooth (the one that shoulda met the top one) didn't come through properly) Maybe this has something to do with the pain your experiencing? I had no idea it was my top wisdom tooth doing the damage until i went to the dentist. Infact i didn't know i had top wisdom teeth.




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Post  hoppipolla on Mon Nov 15, 2010 5:55 am

Under tooth enamel is dentin and that might be the grey/black stuff. Your dentist may say that's grounds for a filling, I dunno, heh Smile I have a couple..

Peeps on here advise against them ofc but my knowledge on the alternatives isn't good enough to comment really!

As for the wisdom tooth.. leave it up to your dentist, if you think he's good! Smile

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Post  empty on Mon Nov 15, 2010 4:52 pm

fender89 wrote:
BTW, in regards to the original question. Getting the bottom wisdom teeth removed is a big procedure and can cause some complications apparently. Is a hospital job. Especially if they have not fully came through. Getting top wisdom teeth removed however isn't a big deal. I had to get my top right wisdom tooth removed as it was biting down into my gum and causing pain in the back of my mouth ( my bottom wisdom tooth (the one that shoulda met the top one) didn't come through properly) Maybe this has something to do with the pain your experiencing? I had no idea it was my top wisdom tooth doing the damage until i went to the dentist. Infact i didn't know i had top wisdom teeth.


Really? I had all four removed in an outpatient procedure, done in an oral surgeon's office. I had complications with mine, too. The bottom two were impacted, meaning, they grew toward the back molar rather than straight up. As a result, there was a gap between the wisdom tooth and the adjacent tooth. Food would get in there and by the time I had my surgery, my gums were infected.

What happens when you have infected gums the extraction of teeth? According to the dentist, gum infection reduces the effectiveness of novacaine. Top two wisdom teeth came out instantly without any problems. Bottom two were a nightmare. I had to get about 8 more novacaine shots per bottom tooth during the procedure because it kept hurting.

Anyways, besides that, the whole thing wasn't a big deal. My mouth bled a lot afterward but I think the gum infection may have contributed to that. My case was a bit special.

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Post  ubraj on Mon Nov 15, 2010 7:03 pm

http://naturaldentistry.us/holistic-dentistry/meridian-tooth-chart-from-encinitas-dentist/comment-page-1/#comment-5522

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Post  fender89 on Mon Nov 15, 2010 11:30 pm

empty wrote:
fender89 wrote:
BTW, in regards to the original question. Getting the bottom wisdom teeth removed is a big procedure and can cause some complications apparently. Is a hospital job. Especially if they have not fully came through. Getting top wisdom teeth removed however isn't a big deal. I had to get my top right wisdom tooth removed as it was biting down into my gum and causing pain in the back of my mouth ( my bottom wisdom tooth (the one that shoulda met the top one) didn't come through properly) Maybe this has something to do with the pain your experiencing? I had no idea it was my top wisdom tooth doing the damage until i went to the dentist. Infact i didn't know i had top wisdom teeth.


Really? I had all four removed in an outpatient procedure, done in an oral surgeon's office. I had complications with mine, too. The bottom two were impacted, meaning, they grew toward the back molar rather than straight up. As a result, there was a gap between the wisdom tooth and the adjacent tooth. Food would get in there and by the time I had my surgery, my gums were infected.

What happens when you have infected gums the extraction of teeth? According to the dentist, gum infection reduces the effectiveness of novacaine. Top two wisdom teeth came out instantly without any problems. Bottom two were a nightmare. I had to get about 8 more novacaine shots per bottom tooth during the procedure because it kept hurting.

Anyways, besides that, the whole thing wasn't a big deal. My mouth bled a lot afterward but I think the gum infection may have contributed to that. My case was a bit special.

Oh right i didn't know. Well fine, my local dentist would not take out bottom wisdom teeth, only the top ones haha

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