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Most people have 32 teeth, however some can have more (called supernumery) and others can have less.

Low Impact Wisdom Tooth Removal

Removing wisdom teeth is usually seen as an unpleasant procedure that you do once or twice and its over. We perceive this differently as there are several long-term impacts that are significant.

Dental Phobia

Suffering during and after the procedure can create a dental phobia. This is usually a big problem for the person concerned. They generally then do not go to the dentist enough. The consequences of this can range from bad breath (due to insufficient gum care) to loss of teeth from untreated decay progressing to abscesses.

The supportive measures used include neural therapy (which reduces post surgical pain 30-70%), homoeopathics, rescue remedy and mild sedation for the procedure.

Prevention of Cavities or Osteitis

Teeth Lower Jaw
Teeth Lower Jaw
Teeth Lower Jaw
Teeth Lower Jaw

Badly healed extraction sites can create residual bony pathology. Whilst these cavitations or osteitis lesions (see also N.I.C.O) are usually asymptomatic locally, they can have significant effects at a distance. Wisdom teeth are on the acupuncture meridian for energy metabolism, sacroiliac and heart. I have had a number of cases where people commenced chronic fatigue, lower back pain or angina (with no obvious physical cardiac problems) post wisdom tooth removal. A number of these cases improved or resolved with treatment to the pathologic extraction site. It is better if the extraction was done differently and the condition didn't arise.

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