Wisdom teeth

Wisdom teeth, also called third molars, are the last teeth to emerge in the mouth.  They can be extracted for different reasons:

  • The wisdom tooth is included in the bone and cannot emerge normally, it can cause pain, infections or abscesses. Wisdom tooth extraction may be necessary to relieve these symptoms.
  • The wisdom tooth is badly positioned or there is a lack of space in the mouth, it can cause jaw or positioning problems or resorption of the roots of adjacent teeth. Wisdom tooth extraction may be recommended to prevent these problems.
  • If the wisdom tooth is decayed and is not repairable. Extraction is recommended.

From fear to the dental chair.

At Citysmile, our patients' concerns about wisdom teeth extraction are something we take to heart. To ensure your comfort and peace of mind, we make every effort, combining our expertise with the latest techniques, to ensure a safe procedure.

Wisdom teeth extraction

Wisdom teeth extraction is usually performed by a dentist or dental surgeon. Surgery usually takes place as follows:

  • Anesthesia : Before the procedure, the patient will receive local anesthesia to numb the area.
  • Incision : The surgeon makes an incision in the gum to access the wisdom tooth.
  • Extraction : the wisdom tooth is released from the bone and extracted from the mouth.
  • Sutures : If necessary, the surgeon will close the gum with stitches.
  • Anesthesia

  • Incision

  • Extraction

  • Sutures

Guidelines after the surgery

To minimize the risk of complications and promote a speedy recovery after wisdom teeth extraction, it is important to follow the following post-operative guidelines:

Rest: It is recommended to rest and avoid strenuous physical activity following the procedure.
Diet: It is advised to consume soft and cold foods during the first few days after the procedure.
Oral hygiene: It is important to regularly brush your teeth to prevent the buildup of plaque and food around the surgical area.
Follow-up: It is recommended to follow the surgeon’s instructions and schedule follow-up appointments.
If you experience pain, fever, or excessive bleeding, contact your dentist immediately.

Our rates
Wisdom tooth extraction Between : Between 150.- and 450.-

A consultation with our specialist will help determine the best treatment plan for you and provide you with a detailed quote.

Dental Cleaning for New Patients with Two X-rays : 155.-
Check-up with a dentist : Between 80.- and 180.-

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a wisdom tooth?

Wisdom teeth, also known as third molars, are the last teeth to appear, typically between the ages of 17 and 25.

Why should wisdom teeth be extracted?

Lack of space: For many, the jaw is not large enough to accommodate these new teeth.

Incorrect angle: They can grow in at an angle or horizontally.

Infection or decay: Due to their position, they can sometimes be difficult to clean.

Problems with adjacent teeth: They can cause damage to neighboring teeth or lead to crowding


Is the extraction painful?

The Extraction is typically performed under local anesthesia, so the procedure itself is not painful. However, after the extraction, it is common to experience discomfort or pain, which can be managed with pain medication.

Do all wisdom teeth need to be extracted?

No, only those causing issues. Your dentist will assess the need for extraction based on X-rays and a dental examination.

do you have a question?
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