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Wisdom Tooth Removal In Leicester

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Wisdom Tooth Removal In Leicester

Wisdom teeth are usually the later teeth in the mouth to develop, they form approximately between the ages of 17-19.

Although the majority live pain-free lives with their wisdom teeth, there is a chance these teeth can become trapped beneath the gum line due to the lack of space in the dental arch to allow them to erupt ‘normally’ and pain free.

When they are trapped or locked in the bone, they are referred to as impacted wisdom teeth. This is what causes some people significant pain or discomfort.

Wisdom Tooth Removal In Leicester

Impacted Wisdom Teeth Symptoms

The lack of eruption or partial eruption can cause these molars to produce various symptoms and issues that may require surgical attention, thus patients needing wisdom tooth removal in Leicester. These include:

Wisdom Tooth Removal Leicester Process

The surgery should take about 45 minutes. With anaesthesia, you shouldn’t feel any pain or discomfort. Depending on what type of sedation is used, you may be asleep or conscious during the surgery.

Wisdom Tooth Removal in Leicester

How Much Does It Cost

Upper Jaw Removal

Final price based on assessment of complexity

£ 185 /From

Lower Jaw Removal

Final price based on assessment of complexity

£ 250 /From
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Help & FAQ

General Questions

Here are some common questions regarding impacted wisdom teeth answered. 

WHY SHOULD WISDOM TEETH BE REMOVED?
WHY SHOULD WISDOM TEETH BE REMOVED?
Removing wisdom teeth can not only resolve current problems with overcrowding and misalignment but can also help prevent more serious issues such as infection, decay, and jaw and nerve damage.
IS IT BETTER TO HAVE WISDOM TEETH REMOVED EARLY?
IS IT BETTER TO HAVE WISDOM TEETH REMOVED EARLY?
Yes. We recommend that wisdom teeth should be removed before they start causing problems. Removing wisdom teeth is easier in young patients because the roots aren’t fully developed and the jaw bone is less dense. Additionally, healing and recovery times will be shorter for younger people.
DO WISDOM TEETH ALWAYS NEED REMOVING?
DO WISDOM TEETH ALWAYS NEED REMOVING?
The NHS states 'wisdom teeth don't usually need to be removed if they're impacted but aren't causing any problems. This is because there's no proven benefit of doing this and it carries the risk of complications.'
HOW LONG IS RECOVERY AFTER WISDOM TEETH ARE REMOVED?
HOW LONG IS RECOVERY AFTER WISDOM TEETH ARE REMOVED?
Your specific recovery will depend on many factors, including your age, overall health, and the difficulty of the extraction. Most patients will experience some swelling and mild discomfort after surgery, and you will be limited to a soft diet until the discomfort passes.