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Wisdom Teeth Removal, Step-by-StepWisdom teeth may be removed in your regular dentist's office or in a surgical dentist's office. Regardless, these are the steps that will be followed:Selection and administration of sedation: Your dentist will tailor one of a few sedation options to your comfort level as well as the extractions required.1 These could include nitrous oxide, oral medications (such as Halcion or Valium) to be taken shortly beforehand, or IV sedation, which is generally considered the most comfortable since you're unlikely to remember the procedure afterward.Numbing and imaging: After the selected method of sedation has taken effect, the oral surgeon or dentist starts by numbing the wisdom teeth and their surrounding tissues with a local anesthetic. You've probably already had an X-ray, known as a panorex, taken of your wisdom teeth, but sometimes the dentist requires additional X-rays at this point.2Tissue removal: The dentist begins the surgical part of the procedure by removing any gum tissue covering the area where the wisdom tooth is located. If the wisdom tooth is impacted, an incision is made in the tissue in order to access the tooth. The gum tissue is then pushed out of the way with a surgical instrument until the tooth is visible.Bone removal: There is a good chance that an impacted wisdom tooth could be fully or partially covered in bone. If this is the case, a high-speed handpiece is used to drill through and remove the bone covering the tooth. If the wisdom tooth has already erupted into your mouth, the dentist will loosen the connective tissue from around the wisdom tooth.3Loosening and sectioning of the tooth: When the impacted wisdom teeth are visible to the dentist, various surgical instruments are used to gently loosen the wisdom tooth from any connective tissue in the tooth's socket. The use of the high-speed handpiece may be used on and off throughout the extraction. The same procedure applies for a wisdom tooth that has already erupted. The dentist may also cut the tooth into sections to prevent the tooth from breaking before it is removed from the socket.Tooth removal: Once the wisdom tooth is loose or has been completely sectioned, it is ready to be removed. The dentist will use surgical instruments specially designed to fully remove the tooth.Stitches: Now that the wisdom teeth are gone, the dentist may add stitches to close up the area.4 This is sometimes necessary when impacted wisdom teeth are removed, or when the dentist feels the patient will better heal with stitches in place.Recovery: With removal complete, you'll be brought slowly out of sedation. The dentist will provide gauze for you to bite down on to help blood clot in the area.After Your ProcedureThough it might seem nerve-racking, wisdom tooth removal is a very common dental procedure, and complications are rare. For a successful recovery, it's important to closely follow the post-operative instructions you receive, particularly during the first seven to 10 days following your procedure.Take time to ask any questions you have so you fully understand how to care for your healing socket.

If you have been experiencing problems with a tooth, you may wonder, "Do I need a root canal?" Root canals, also known as endodontic therapy, are performed when the nerve or pulp of the tooth becomes infected and inflammed due to dental decay, a cracked or broken tooth or an injury to the tooth, according to the American Dental Association. During the procedure, a dentist uses a drill to remove both the nerve and pulp and seals up the tooth to protect against further damage. Only your dentist or a dental specialist called an endodontist, can determine whether a root canal will adequately treat your problem. Here are a few possible symptoms of the need for a root canal and some steps for dealing with them.General Possible SymptomsThe most common symptom that may indicate the need for a root canal is tooth pain, according to the American Association of Endodontists. The intensity of the pain can range from mild to severe; it may lessen or intensify throughout the day, or it may get worse only when you bite down on the tooth. Some patients experience prolonged sensitivity to hot food or liquids. Your gums may also feel tender and swollen near the problem area.First StepsIf you notice any of the above symptoms, contact your dentist right away. Explain your symptoms by phone to a staff member, who may arrange for you to come in right away or may recommend emergency care depending on the severity of your symptoms. To soothe the pain and alleviate swelling, apply an ice pack to the outside of your jaw.Steps Your Dentist Will TakeWhen you come in for your appointment, your dentist will examine your tooth and take X-rays in order to diagnose the cause of your problem. After proper examination, your dentist will be able to tell you the best course of action to resolve your symptoms or ask you to visit an endodontist, a specialist who treats nerve damage to the teeth. Depending on the cause of the problem, your dentist may recommend a root canal or a completely different and possibly less invasive dental procedure on what is diagnosed.Only dentist can answer the question: "Do I need a root canal?" Call your dentist right away if you notice tooth pain, swelling or tenderness to get on the right track towards treatment.At Dantaah we try to complete root canal treatment in single sitting as it saves time and reduces pain during the treatment.

A broken jaw (or mandibular fracture) is a common facial injury. Only the nose is broken more frequently. A broken jaw is the tenth most common fractured bone in the human body. Fractures (breaks in the bone) are generally the result of a direct force or trauma to the jawbone.Broken Jaw can be treated under Local Anesthesia or under General Anesthesia. It can be treated by plating the fractured bone or by closed reduction. Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeons are the specialist who treats broken jaw. At Dantaah we have in house Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon.

Meet our doctor

Dr. Prashant Malik

Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon

Dr. Prashant Malik has completed his masters in the department of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery. Currently he is associated as teaching faculty in Ahmedabad Dental College and hospitals. He also runs his private clinic and also works as consultant Oral & Maxillofacial surgeon in various other dental Clinics. As Oral & Maxillofacial surgeon he specializes in Wisdom tooth removal, Removal of pathologies from jaw, treatment of fracture of jaw, Dental Implants, Orthognathic surgery, TMJ problems. He is also specialized in Hair Transplant, PRP, Hair fall treatment.


Best Dental experience ever. Painless and smooth surgery and no post surgical effects such as pain or swelling. At a very affordable price. I will recommend those having dental issues to opt for Dantaah. Very good service.

Rukmani Shah

I have done my root canal retreatment with new tooth cap..It was a nice experience Dr Prashant is fully focused and determined to provide best result.

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