Wisdom Teeth Removal in Reseda, CA

Dr. Jacob Vayner can help you get rid of wisdom teeth pain quickly with Oral surgery.

With wisdom teeth removal procedure from Esthetic Smile Dental Care, Say goodbye to the hassle and discomfort caused by impacted or misaligned wisdom teeth. Call our dental office at (818) 344-4929 to schedule a same day appointment.

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Why choose Esthetic Smile Dental Care for wisdom teeth removal in Reseda, CA?

Here is what to expect at Esthetic Smile Dental Care:Wisdom Teeth Extraction in Reseda

  • A complimentary consultation to assess your individual needs.
  • A 3D scan for a thorough assessment of your wisdom teeth before removal.
  • Options in local anesthetic and sedation are provided, to ensure a calm and relaxed experience during your wisdom teeth oral surgery.
  • We maximize your Insurance so you pay less out of pocket.
  • Meet Dr. Jacob Vayner, an  expert in wisdom teeth removal. Dr. Jacob Vayner and our staff actively participate in continuing education courses.

With wisdom teeth removal procedure from Esthetic Smile Dental Care, Say goodbye to the hassle and pain caused by impacted or misaligned wisdom teeth. Call our dental office at (818) 344-4929 to schedule a same day appointment.

How do I know if my wisdom teeth need to be removed?

If you have discomfort or pain in your wisdom teeth, removal of wisdom teeth is the best solution. Extraction becomes necessary when wisdom teeth are partially erupted or impacted. In such cases, these wisdom teeth become challenging to clean, accumulating bacteria that can cause infections, tooth decay, and gum disease. Additionally, wisdom teeth that push against your other molars and cause damage may also require removal.

Wisdom Teeth Removal Process at Esthetic Smile Dental Care

At Esthetic Smile Dental Care, below are the four steps in removing wisdom teeth.

  1. Application of local anesthetic. Before removing wisdom teeth, the extraction site is treated using a local anesthetic. Anxious patients are offered sedatives or general anesthesia.
  2. Incision in the gums. Impacted wisdom teeth necessitate the wisdom teeth being cut into smaller pieces before extraction.
  3. Extraction of the wisdom teeth. Your dentist will loosen the wisdom teeth before pulling them fully out of the socket.
  4. Disinfection of the extraction site. The gum socket is cleansed before being stitched. These stitches fall out on their own after a few days. To aid blood clotting at the extraction site, you will bite on a gauze pad.

Wisdom Tooth Extractions – FAQs

What does the healing entail after the procedure?

The healing time for a wisdom teeth extraction surgery varies depending on what kind of sedation you had, if any, and whether the surgeon needed to cut through skin or bone to remove the teeth. Some people are able to resume normal activities the same day, while others will need to take it easy for several days. Healing should be complete within a couple weeks at the longest.

Does the Wisdom Teeth Extractions procedure cause pain?

Pain is something many people are scared of with this type of surgery, but it can be managed easily. Some people will have a local sedation, in which all you should feel is pressure, not pain. You may also be offered IV sedation, that would leave you drowsy and out of it but awake, or being put under general anesthesia, so you would sleep the entire surgery. In any scenario, you should not feel pain during the procedure.

Are Wisdom Teeth routinely extracted?

As long as the wisdom teeth come into your mouth without impaction and have as full a function as your other teeth, they do not need to be removed. If you have an infection, unrestorable decay, delay of another tooth, orthodontic reasons, and more, than the wisdom teeth must be removed.

Do most people experience swelling following Wisdom Teeth removal?

Because your body considers a wisdom teeth removal to be a traumatic event, it tries to heal the area as soon as possible. As strange as it sounds, inflammation and swelling actually help the healing process. However, not everyone gets swollen, and some get swollen more than others.

Is it common to remove all four Wisdom Teeth?

Some people choose to remove all four wisdom teeth whether or not they are visibly impacted, just in case damage occurs later.

Will health or dental insurance cover Wisdom Teeth Removal?

It depends on your insurance. Talk with both your health care and dental insurance providers and find out exactly what is covered and how much. Wisdom teeth removal is under the heading of “oral surgery”.

How is a broken Wisdom Tooth Extracted?

An oral surgeon or dentist will make a small incision into the gum area and pull out what is visible from there. If necessary, he or she will remove part of the bone surrounding the broken tooth. X-rays are taken of your mouth before the surgery, so the surgeon knows exactly how many pieces to look for and remove, and where to find them.

How much time does a Wisdom Tooth Removal take?

Depending on your individual situation, such as how impacted or broken your wisdom teeth are, the extraction could take anything from thirty minutes to several hours. Recovery time also depends on how the person reacts to anesthesia, among other factors.

Will I be in pain after Wisdom Teeth removal?

Because the wisdom teeth removal procedure is a surgery and requires cutting into your gums, pain is to be expected. If necessary, pain medication can be prescribed for the first few days. After then you may still experience pain from food touching the inside part where your wisdom teeth used to be until your body heals that space by sealing it up.

When is it advisable to resume eating after Wisdom Tooth extraction?

You can begin eating as soon as you get home from the procedure, but stick to soft food such as thin soup, pudding and gelatin.

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For wisdom teeth removal surgery, our team is at the forefront of dental innovation and years of hands-on experience.

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Esthetic Smile Dental Care
19231 Victory Blvd
# 455, Reseda, CA 91335
(818) 344-4929

We are located on NorthEast corner of Victoria Blvd near Victory Tampa Medical Center in Reseda.

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