Immediately after the extraction of the tooth, the hole is filled with blood, which normally closes immediately, forming a blood clot. The latter protects the well from infection from the oral cavity, and is also the basis for the formation of gums and bone at the site of the extracted tooth. Over time, the clot surface epithelializes, becoming indistinguishable from the gingival mucosa.
The removal of wisdom teeth proceeds more difficultly than the removal of other groups of teeth, which is explained by the peculiarities of their structure, and also often by the incorrect position in the bone. For example, they very often have twisted roots, and also (due to lack of space for their eruption), they may have a horizontal position or a strong inclination towards the adjacent tooth.
The wisdom tooth is almost the most common tooth, which has the same structure as the other multi-root teeth. Wisdom teeth are also called "Eight teeth", because if you count the number of teeth in each half of the lower and upper jaw, starting with the central incisor, then each wisdom tooth is exactly the eighth tooth.
Difficult teething of wisdom teeth is often accompanied by the development of inflammation of the gums around them. The mucous membrane of the gums, which partially covers the crown of the wisdom tooth erupting is called the term - the hood of the wisdom tooth (Fig. 1-3). Because the hood over the wisdom tooth loosely adheres to the crown of the tooth - between them a semi-enclosed space is formed, in which favorable conditions are created for the reproduction of pathogenic bacteria and the development of inflammation.
If you have a wisdom tooth cut, the symptoms of eruption and adherent inflammation can give you a lot of inconvenience. Usually, when teething and inflammation in the wisdom tooth area, patients complain about the following symptoms ... Wisdom tooth eruption in the photo and on radiographs (the front bumps of the wisdom tooth are visible) wisdom (in a state of eruption) usually occurs with inflammation of the "hood" over the wisdom tooth.
Obstructed wisdom teething can deliver both acute symptoms in the form of pain, swelling, fever, and long-term effects, such as crowding of anterior teeth. In Figure 1, you can see a view of a penetrating lower wisdom tooth in the oral cavity (two tubercles of the crown part of the tooth are visible from under the mucosa) and on the roentgenogram.
If your wisdom tooth is very painful, then the cause of pain can be: → wisdom tooth eruption (in this case, the tissues surrounding the tooth hurt), → caries, pulpitis, or periodontitis of the wisdom tooth. Pain in teething wisdom - Pain in the growth of a wisdom tooth occurs in almost every case.