Impacted Wisdom Teeth
Wisdom teeth are one of the unique sets of molars that erupt late during adolescence after all the teeth have erupted in the mouth.
Coronectomy, once known as the partial odontectomy, is the procedure in which the crown portion of the tooth is removed while keeping the healthy roots in its place. It is the conservative treatment alternative for lower wisdom tooth extraction. Crown of the wisdom tooth act as a source for pericoronitis, tooth decay, food entrapment, etc.
The third molars are often called the wisdom teeth and are the last permanent teeth to erupt in the mouth. Usually, they bring with them pain, swelling, and other problems, needing removal.
Can wisdom teeth grow back? The simple answer is NO. Wisdom teeth after being completely uprooted from their sockets cannot grow back.
Most of us have trouble when our wisdom teeth erupt. It is even more troublesome when these teeth are not in their regular position because of lack of space caused by existing teeth and thus called impacted wisdom teeth. Impacted wisdom teeth require separate management and extraction procedures.
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Resin tooth filling typically contains a filler particle such as quartz, which provides the mixture's strength and color. It is costly as compared to silver tooth filling.
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