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Wisdom Tooth Removal using laser
2) They come in at the wrong angle. They may press against your other teeth.
3) Your mouth isn’t big enough. Your jaw has no room for an extra set of molars.
4) You have cavities or gum disease. You may not be able to reach your wisdom teeth with your toothbrush or dental floss.
Wisdom teeth are a third set of molars in the back of your mouth. They usually come in between the ages of 17 and 25, and they're spotted on X-rays. Most people have them removed for one of these reasons:
Gum Bleaching (Gum Depigmentation)
The most modern approach to gum bleaching involves the use of a dental laser to remove the dark pigmentation on the gums.
It's treatment that aims to change the black or dark gums.
Only one to two sessions during 1 week
The most common cause of darker pigments in the gums is genetics. Excess melanin can build up in the gums, making them look brown or black instead of pink. Other causes for dark gums include smoking, side effects from certain medications and possible effect of amalgam fillings on the gum.
Dental lasers are used in two different ways to improve the process and the outcome of a tooth extraction. In the first step, a laser is used to separate the ligaments surrounding the tooth in order to loosen it in the bone so that it can lift more easily out of the socket with a hand instrument. Then, once the tooth has been removed, a laser is used again to neutralize any bacteria left in the socket, cauterize excessive bleeding, and to therapeutically stimulate healthy bone and soft-tissue growth.
1) They’re impacted. Because they're so far back in your mouth, wisdom teeth may not come in normally. They can be trapped in your jawbone or gums, which can be painful.