Wisdom teeth
WISDOM TEETH IN AACHEN
The wisdom teeth are the eighth teeth of each half of the jaw. In the evolution of the human jaw, it became more and more smaller and finer. However, the size of the teeth has hardly changed at all – this means that most people have insufficient space in the mouth for the wisdom teeth. Usually the wisdom teeth do not break through at all or only incompletely. This lack of space causes many dental problems with the wisdom teeth.
Dr. Georg Busche Aachen
Dr. Georg Busche

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WHEN SHOULD WISDOM TEETH BE REMOVED?
  • Lack of space within the row of teeth
  • In case of a cyst
  • Incorrect position of the wisdom tooth and problems with chewing
  • Endangering the success of orthodontic treatment
  • In case of a reason for general illnesses
  • If there is a risk of inflammation due to the position of the wisdom tooth
  • Possible damage to the second molars due to the pressure of the wisdom tooth behind them
  • In the presence of deep caries
  • When prosthetic and conservative treatments are blocked
PROCEDURE OF A WISDOM TOOTH REMOVAL
Generally, a mucous membrane incision is necessary for the removal of wisdom teeth. After the mucous membrane is lifted, the tooth is exposed and, if necessary, divided. Finally, the wound is closed with sutures. The removal of wisdom teeth is one of the most common oral surgical procedures.
MUCOSAL INCISION
EXPOSING THE TOOTH
CLOSURE OF THE WOUND