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Extraction of a retinate sage

Pain in the jaw? Turned teeth? Difficult chewing?
The solution may be pulling out the sage.

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Retined Sage.

We do everything we can to preserve your natural smile. But when tooth removal is the only option, we make the process easier.

What is a retinate sage?

The term derives from the Latin retentio – meaning to hold back, i.e. “hold back” in one’s breakthrough sage.

What could be the reasons for taking out a sage?

  • Severe pains
  • Difficulty chewing
  • Negative impact on adjacent teeth – incorrect placement of the retinated wisdom tooth in many cases leads to continuous pressure on adjacent teeth and overall discomfort in the corresponding area of the oral cavity
  • Large caries of a semi-retinate sage

How does the removal of a retinate sage proceed?

It is obligatory to put an anaesthetic first to remove the feeling of pain. To reach the wisdom tooth, an incision is made in the gum and a part of the bone covering it is sawed off. Once the sage is visible, the sage is shaken and removed. Several stitches are placed on the gingiva and finally we will give you prescriptions on how to care for the wound so that it heals completely and quickly.

Our Oral Surgery specialists have extensive experience and perform every surgical manipulation safely and effectively. Contact us to learn more.

Retined and semi-retined sage – when do they cause problems?

The wisdom teeth are the last permanent teeth to sprout. They show up at a fairly late stage in a person’s life compared to other teeth – between the seventeenth and twenty-fifth year, you can get wisdom teeth and it is important to pay attention to their growth and observe whether the crown of the tooth is showing, or if it is a retinate or semi-retinate wisdom tooth.

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It is a popular opinion that all wise men must necessarily be taken out so that they do not cause you problems. However, this is not quite the case. If the wisdom teeth are fully exposed above the gum, are in the correct position, do not crowd the other teeth and do not interfere with them, are healthy and are accessible for cleaning, there is no need to remove them.

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Retinated wisdom teeth – don’t put off seeing the dentist when in pain

However, their sprouting very often brings inflammation, discomfort, pain, swelling. All of this is a sign that something is wrong and action needs to be taken, such as taking out a retinated wiseman for example. In most cases, the problem is related to the extremely slow breakthrough of the wisdom tooth through the gum, which can cause infection due to the formation of a pocket in the gum and its prolonged exposure to access bacteria. Another common problem is the incorrect position of the wisdom teeth, which begins to push out the remaining teeth and cause severe discomfort.

In cases of a retinated or semi-retined wisdom tooth (not fully erupted), you must visit the dental professional you trust to take timely action. The extraction procedure of a retinated or semi-retinated wisdom tooth is not an easy job, but it cannot be avoided if problems and infections occur.

 

 

What is a retinate sage?

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Retinated sage – don’t wait for the retinated sage to give you trouble

A retinate sage is called a sage who has failed to fully break through above the crown. The word “retinate” comes from the Latin word “retention”, which means “to hold back”. A retained, or retinated wisdom tooth can cause a lot of trouble for the patient and needs to be taken care of by the dental professional, usually the only way out is a retinated wisdom tooth extraction. Please note that extraction of a retinated wisdom tooth should only be performed by a competent dental professional.

How do you know you have a retinate sage?

The most important symptom that indicates that a retinal wisdom tooth needs to be removed is pain. If it hurts, we should see a dentist because the pain may be related to the need to remove a retinated wisdom tooth. The periodic inflammation of the gums is not to be neglected. If you find no other reason for this, then you probably need a retinal wise man. In all cases it is necessary to make a visit to a competent specialist who will best assess whether there is a need for extraction of a retinated wisdom tooth. Swelling in the area of the unpierced sage is common. If you have any doubts that this is the case, you should definitely visit your dentist and discuss a retinal wisdom tooth extraction. An interesting and confusing symptom may be pain in the wisdom teeth adjacent to the molar. Even if you are not sure that it is a problem of this nature, you need to visit your doctor to determine whether a retinal wisdom tooth extraction is necessary. Increased body temperature can also be a sign of an active infection caused by a retained thrush – in these cases, it is imperative to proceed with treatment and removal of the retinated thrush.

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Retinated wisdom teeth – get regular check-ups

It’s important to keep an eye out for all of these symptoms, as well as to have preventive checkups with your dental professional at least once a year, because this can save you a lot of headaches and untimely extractions of a retinal wisdom tooth. Retinated wisdom teeth left untreated and not removed in time can lead to serious complications. Retinated and semi-retinated wisdom teeth that are removable but not operable can damage healthy adjacent teeth, cause damage to the gums, cause unpleasant infection and even affect the masticatory muscles. This, in turn, can lead to difficulty opening and closing the mouth and to painful chewing and swallowing of food. Therefore, if you doubt that you have such a problem, you should visit your dentist immediately and find out if a retinal wisdom tooth extraction is necessary. The more timely your reaction, the less damage the problem tooth will cause because you will proceed with a quick extraction of the retinated wisdom tooth.

When does a retinated sage need to be removed?

Removal of a retinated wisdom tooth is necessary when you begin to feel discomfort and pain in the area of the irregularly growing tooth. If, along with this, inflammation around the tooth is observed, then the maximum soon extraction of a retinated wisdom tooth becomes inevitable. It is possible to proceed with the extraction of a retinated wisdom tooth without any symptoms having manifested yet. This usually occurs during other treatment that requires an X-ray to be taken. The problematic tooth detected by radiography must be extracted if it is growing crooked, so despite the lack of symptoms, the patient proceeds to surgery on the retinated wisdom tooth. This early diagnosis of the problem saves a lot of headaches for the patient, so it is advisable to have regular preventive examinations to determine in time whether you need extraction of a retinal wisdom tooth.

How is extraction of a retinated wisdom tooth performed?

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Retinated sage – what is the procedure for removal

Pulling out a retinate sage is usually not an easy job. The first step when a problem is detected is to take a panoramic x-ray of the jaw before proceeding to the extraction of a retinated wisdom tooth. This establishes its exact location. Removing a retinated wisdom tooth is a more complicated procedure than removing a fully exposed wisdom tooth above the gumline. If the wisdom tooth crown is fully erupted, its extraction is similar to the extraction of any other tooth. When pulling out a retinated sage, however, things are not quite like that.

Removal of a retinated wisdom tooth begins with the placement of an anesthetic. In the extraction of a retinated wisdom tooth, gum surgery is performed. A small incision is made in the gum, as the tooth has not shown above it. If the entire tooth is under the bone, it is filed to expose its crown. In the actual extraction process of a retinated wisdom tooth, the tooth is shaken with a lever and extracted. At the end of the retinal wisdom tooth extraction procedure, the treated area is cleaned and sutured. The dentist advises you on what habits and practices to follow until the wound is fully healed.

Retined and semi-retined sage – when do they cause problems?

What is a retinate sage?

How do you know you have a retinate sage?

When does a retinated sage need to be removed?

How is extraction of a retinated wisdom tooth performed?