Exposure of impacted teeth
After the milk teeth, the permanent teeth are completed between the ages of ten and thirteen. Sometimes, it happens that teeth are laid down but do not come through properly. And it is necessary to extract these teeth. Releasing is done under local anaesthesia and is painless. After anaesthesia is given, the oral surgeon will make a window in the bone and gums, under which the tooth lies. He then places a bracket or a piece of wound dressing that hardens and can remain in place for up to four weeks. After a few weeks, this wound dressing falls out on its own and the orthodontist can guide the tooth to its proper place in the row of teeth. Is your child suffering from teeth that are not coming through? If so, get a referral from your dentist or orthodontist for treatment.