If you’ve ever found yourself wondering about why you need regular dental appointments, Kew Dentistry are here to answer that!
For some people, they may never have to get their wisdom teeth removed; for most however, the removal of our wisdom teeth is almost a rite of passage! When wisdom teeth grow in at funny angles, or don’t have the space to develop properly they can cause issues of gum health, crowding teeth and pain.
A common misconception of root canals is that they are incredibly painful and daunting. However, with today’s technology and anesthesia, a root canal procedure is usually pain free, fast and easy. If your tooth is showing signs of a pulp infection, the dentist may decide that a root canal is the best form of treatment.
Wisdom teeth can cause pain both before or after removal. This is most commonly due to an infection in or around a wisdom tooth.
Brushing your teeth is the most essential part of maintaining your oral health.