An X-ray showing impacted wisdom teeth.

North Las Vegas Wisdom Teeth Extractions

Maintaining healthy teeth is essential for your overall health. Poor oral health can cause infections to spread throughout your body and contribute to heart and respiratory issues. Although permanent teeth are essential for your health, wisdom teeth can cause health issues. Consequently, many people need to have their wisdom teeth removed. 

Many people lack the space needed for their wisdom teeth to erupt safely. These are the last permanent teeth that erupt, and you may not have enough space for them to erupt without pushing other teeth out of alignment. Wisdom teeth can also damage neighboring teeth and your jawbone and cause cavities. 

Absolute Dental’s North Las Vegas office is ready to help when you need to schedule wisdom teeth removal near your location. Our expert dental team will confirm that your wisdom teeth are coming in and explain your wisdom teeth extraction options.

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First Signs Of Wisdom Teeth Coming In 

Most people get their wisdom teeth in their late teens or early twenties, although some people never get their wisdom teeth. Since wisdom teeth can cause severe oral health issues, it’s essential to be aware of wisdom teeth arrival symptoms so your dentist can check for your wisdom teeth promptly. 

Signs that could indicate that your wisdom teeth are coming in include the following:

  • Bleeding gums: Infections from wisdom teeth and damage to surrounding teeth and gum tissue can cause your gums to bleed
  • Foul breath: Wisdom teeth can create a pocket where food and debris are trapped in your gums. The rotting food can cause a bad taste in your mouth and bad breath. 
  • Jaw pain: Pain is a common symptom when wisdom teeth come in. Many experience jaw pain because their wisdom teeth push against other teeth and hurt their jawbone.
  • Limited mobility of jaw: Your wisdom teeth can cause inflammation and make your jaw sore, making it hard to open your mouth completely.
  • Swollen gums: Partially erupted wisdom teeth can cause infections and swelling
  • Tender gums: If you have tender gums near the back of your mouth, it could be a sign your wisdom teeth are coming in

It’s also possible to have no symptoms from your wisdom teeth. Your dentist can order X-rays during regular checkups to determine if your wisdom teeth are coming in.

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How Long Does Wisdom Teeth Removal Take? 

Removing your wisdom teeth may sound like a complicated, time-consuming procedure. Fortunately, standard wisdom teeth removal typically takes less than an hour. 

Factors Affecting Removal Time 

While some people get all four wisdom teeth at once, others may only get some of them, and others may get their wisdom teeth over an extended period. Your procedure may take longer if your dentist needs to remove all four wisdom teeth.

The time needed to remove your wisdom teeth depends on whether they’re impacted at an unusual angle or pushing against other teeth. If one or more of your wisdom teeth are at an odd angle or pushing against another tooth, it may take longer to remove the tooth while avoiding damage to your surrounding teeth. 

If you opt for local anesthesia to prevent pain, you’ll be alert and ready to leave at the end of your procedure. However, you may need time to wake up after the procedure if you receive general anesthesia. 

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If you opt for general anesthesia or sedation, you’ll need someone to drive you home. It can take 12 hours or more for the effects of anesthesia to wear off, so plan to stay home and relax after the extraction.

Other symptoms you may experience after the procedure include the following:

  • Bruising
  • Sore jaw
  • Swollen cheeks

Your gums are stitched back together after your dentist removes your wisdom teeth, so you must eat foods that won’t damage the stitches. You’ll also benefit from sticking to soft foods to avoid exacerbating any jaw pain you’re experiencing.

After your wisdom teeth removal, you can eat soft foods, including the following:

  • Mashed potatoes
  • Rice
  • Soup
  • Yogurt

Semi-soft foods can be added to your diet 24 hours after your wisdom teeth extraction. Semi-soft foods include the following:

  • Boiled chicken
  • Boiled vegetables
  • Eggs
  • Pasta

You should avoid the following hard foods:

  • Hard candy
  • Nuts
  • Raw carrots and hard vegetables

You should also avoid acidic foods that irritate your gums, delaying healing.

You should wait 14 days after any tooth extraction before using a straw. After the incisions in your gums, your body forms blood clots that protect your nerves and jawbone while you heal. When you pull fluids with a straw, this motion can damage or remove the blood clot, causing a condition known as a dry socket.

A dry socket exposes your nerves and jawbone, causing pain and bad breath. You may need to see your dentist to flush the area and receive treatment for your pain.

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Absolute Dental accepts most dental insurance plans. We also accept Medicaid and Care Credit.

Absolute Dental has special offers that reduce the cost of routine and emergency dental care. Our Smile Saver Program puts affordable oral health care within reach by covering the costs of routine dental care and providing members with discounts on other services. 


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