The dental community agrees that extraction of wisdom teeth that are symptomatic, or represent an oral health risk (pain, infection, damage to other teeth etc.), should be recommended. They are extracted in 75% of the population of the 36 most developed nations.
Wisdom teeth emerge later than other teeth: eruption usually occurs between the age of 16 and 25. The wisdom tooth is the third molar, the one at the back of the dental arch.
WE REDUCE THE RISK OF SMALL TRAUMA TO ALLOW THE RESUMPTION OF A NORMAL ACTIVITY THE DAY AFTER THE INTERVENTION
This is made using panoramic 3D imagery, to determine the exact location of each wisdom tooth, its anatomical position, the eruption axes and the state of alignment of the arches. This diagnosis will enable us to decide whether the extractions are necessary or can be avoided.
Specifically adapted to the patient, this is intended to remove any apprehension about the surgery and stress related to the surgical procedure.
The protocol includes all wisdom teeth to be extracted at the same time.
We offer our patients the chance to have their teeth preserved according to a precise method. After the extraction, the teeth are transported to a laboratory according to strict protocols. The stem cells are then extracted from the dental pulp and reproduced.
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