The Risk Of Dislodging The Molars
Third molars usually appear when you’ve grown up, around the age of 17-25 years. The youngest of these teeth will grow in the jaws of the right and left, as well as in the upper and lower jaw. Ideally, the youngest grow teeth with healthy, grow up completely with the correct position, and easy to clean. Unfortunately, the growth of younger teeth often does not run smooth.
These problems make the teeth difficult to come to the surface, so it could not grow parallel to the other teeth.
Because of growing last, then the gum area as a place for the growth of the youngest teeth may become narrower due to the growth of other teeth
need to know a few negative side effects (complications) of dental extractions in General. Complications during the procedure for the removal of the teeth in General are:
1. Bleeding occurs,
2. Fracture (fracture) on the ends of the roots of adjacent teeth, and the teeth of the opponent, the bone supporting the teeth, lower jaw bone, and
3. Shifting gear
4. Soft tissue injuries
5. Nerve injury
the lifting of the upper molars are the most at risk of occurrence of shifting gears that can enter into the maxillary sinus. The patient will experience one of the following symptoms, namely the air out of the mouth, the liquid out of the nose, or there is bleeding from the nose. As for the lifting of the lower molars the most risky is the occurrence of bone fracture of the mandible, especially for the youngest molars revocation. Next up is the risk of nerve injury can occur