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20 Age Teeth

20 YEARS TEETH
20-year-old teeth are the third molars that should last between the ages of 17-26. In some people, it does not occur at all, and in some people, they can be located in the jawbone and persist.
In which situations should wisdom teeth be extracted?
20-year-old teeth usually cannot continue in the mouth due to the stenosis of the jawbone, and the teeth that last are in an area that is difficult to reach in terms of hygiene, as they are in an area that is difficult to reach in terms of hygiene, it is more difficult to brush and care than other teeth and they easily decay and cause pain.
20-year-old teeth, which cannot continue in the mouth due to space restriction, may remain completely buried in some cases, and sometimes they may be partially embedded under the gum and become associated with the oral environment. It can squeeze the teeth before the age of 20, which remain fully embedded, and cause crowding in the teeth. In addition, they can cause decay of neighboring teeth. Semi-embedded 20-year-old teeth, on the other hand, cause food compression and accumulation in the area where they come out of the gum, causing infection, swelling and redness in the gums around the 20-year-old tooth, severe pain spreading to the neck and ear, swelling of the lymph nodes, mouth opening and swallowing.
Although it does not cause any problems, a healthy 20-year-old tooth may need to be extracted for orthodontic treatment.
Do wisdom teeth absolutely need to be extracted?
There is no need for extraction of a healthy 20-year-old female with a mouth in a proper and correct position.
Will there be a lot of pain during and after 20 years of tooth extraction?
20 years old tooth extraction is performed under local anesthesia and the patient does not feel pain during the procedure. Short-term pain that may occur after shooting is controlled with painkillers.

How should 20 year old tooth extraction oral care and nutrition be?
In the first days after the procedure, soft, grain-free foods and drinks that are not too hot and not too cold should be consumed. Exercises that make effort should be avoided, and smoking should be avoided for the first 72 hours, as they negatively affect recovery. Painkillers and antibiotics should be used regularly under doctor’s supervision.

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