Posts Tagged ‘ Wisdom tooth ’

Case of the month: Wandering wisdom tooth

To the dental community and to anyone interested in participating: Question: Can you guess what happened to the wisdom tooth on the upper left side? À la communauté dentaire et à toutes les personnes souhaitant participer: Question: Pouvez-vous deviner ce qui s’est passé avec la troisième molaire gauche au niveau du maxillaire supérieur? The answer : […]

Case of the month: The power of 3D imaging

The power of 3D imaging for the safety of third molar removal (wisdom tooth removal) A patient presented for the removal of an impacted wisdom tooth. Such case is quiet common as 90% of people have at least one impacted wisdom tooth. Impacted third molars are teeth at the back of the mouth that don’t have enough room to emerge or grow normally. […]

Wisdom Teeth Personalities

What if impacted wisdom teeth had personalities? What if different types of impactions meant different types of “personalities”? We thought it would be informative and fun to share creative images portraying cases of impacted third molars (wisdom teeth). Impacted wisdom teeth are third molars at the back of the mouth that don’t have enough room to emerge or […]

Wisdom teeth removal

Wisdom teeth, also known as third molars, are the last teeth to break through the gum or “erupt” at the back of your mouth. Wisdom teeth usually appear between the age of 17 and 25, a period of time which is referred to as the “Age of Wisdom”. There are various reasons for which your […]

Newsletter | Summer 2013

We are happy to share with you our first issue of the Seaforth Oral Surgery Newsletter on the topic of the management of complex third molar removal.  Look forward for more cutting-edge topic discussions in the future from your surgical colleagues & partners at Seaforth Oral Surgery.  see the animation linked to tag code: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Enror272u_o Author:  © Seaforth Oral Surgery

Wisdom teeth. To remove or not to remove?

Wisdom teeth, also known as third molars, are the last teeth to break through the gum or “erupt” at the back of your mouth. Wisdom teeth usually appear between the age of 17 and 25, also known as the “age of wisdom”. However, in many cases, wisdom teeth are not visible because they are not able […]