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Wisdom Teeth Removal in Winnipeg

The emergence of wisdom teeth can cause immense pain and discomfort. If ignored, they can affect the health of the adjacent teeth and lead to infections. That is where we come in. We provide reliable wisdom teeth removal in Winnipeg at our three locations- Integral Dental, Ellice Dental, and Pearl Dental. You can choose our seasoned dentists to remove your wisdom teeth safely and restore your dental health.

Our wisdom teeth removal in Winnipeg will be based on a thorough assessment of your dental health. We use X-rays and/or CBCT scans to determine whether or not you require dental surgery for the extraction. In some cases, surgery might not be needed. However, in most scenarios, the appearance of wisdom teeth necessitates removal.

When you choose us, you can expect personalized treatments that value your comfort. Our clinic is equipped with the newest technology for enhanced efficiency. Please get in touch with us if you require wisdom teeth removal in Winnipeg. Besides this, we can assist you with a range of dental services

What Are Wisdom Teeth?

What are wisdom teeth? Wisdom teeth are the third and final molar teeth that grow during your late teens or early twenties. If they grow out to be perfectly aligned, some experience no issues with their wisdom teeth. However, sometimes wisdom teeth don't align with the adjacent teeth and can create various issues like infection, pain, bad breath, food impaction and damage to the neighbouring teeth. You can consult one of our dentists from Integral Dental, Ellice Dental, and Pearl Dental in Winnipeg if you have any questions about your wisdom teeth.

Wisdom Teeth Removal Process in Winnipeg 

Not everyone's wisdom teeth grow, but if they do and cause you pain, our dentists will recommend going for a wisdom teeth removal by inducing a local anesthetic. Then, the following process is carried out.

  • An incision may be made on the gum to expose the tooth and bone.

  • Part of the bone blocking the root of the tooth may be removed.

  • The tooth is sometimes divided into pieces for easier extraction.

  • The problematic wisdom tooth is removed.

  • The gums are cleaned of any leftover debris from the already extracted tooth. 

  • Stitches may be required to close the wound.

  • Gauze is pressed against the gum to stop the bleeding and aid in the formation of a blood clot. 

Our services are provided in a friendly and safe environment by utilizing modern monitoring equipment and experienced staff in the procedure.

Signs and Benefits of Wisdom Teeth Removal

Impacted and outgrowing wisdom teeth can cause you significant pain. We suggest you have a wisdom tooth extracted to reduce any possible side effects in the future. If left untreated, it may cause infection or cysts involving a more complicated surgical extraction.

Get in touch with our dentists if you come across the following signs:

  • Swollen or bleeding gums

  • Difficulty in biting and chewing

  • Pain behind the molars

  • Swollen jaw

  • Foul breath

  • Periodontal diseases

  • Stiffness in your mouth

  • Sensitivity in the wisdom tooth area

  • Unpleasant taste in your mouth

  • Overcrowding in teeth

  • Growing wisdom teeth are crooked

  • Prevent you from getting braces

  • Severe pain in ears

  • Causing misalignment of teeth

Here are some benefits of wisdom teeth removal:

  • It avoids damage to the neighbouring teeth

  • Reduces jaw pain

  • Prevents oral infection and inflammation

  • It prevents food impaction and allows easier home care of remaining teeth

Myths Regarding Wisdom Teeth Removal

Sometimes, people do not get their wisdom teeth removed as soon as they suffer the pain. It is due to certain myths in society surrounding the wisdom tooth. Read some common myths as you progress.

  • There are always four wisdom teeth. No, that's not true; you can have one, two, three or no wisdom teeth.

  • It always requires extraction. This is certainly not true, and it depends upon the nature of the tooth.

  • It always comes in the late teens. It is false. They can show up anywhere from 15 years old to 25 years old.

  • It is best to remove them when young. This can be partly true, but you can remove them at older ages too.

Aftercare Tips

Aftercare is an essential part of the recovery process following wisdom teeth removal. It is important to follow the instructions provided by your dentist or oral surgeon to minimize discomfort and reduce the risk of complications. After the procedure, you will be instructed to bite on gauze to control bleeding and ice the affected area to reduce swelling. You should also avoid eating or drinking anything for the first few hours and stick to soft foods for a few days. It is recommended to abstain from smoking for at least 72 hours and avoid chewing tobacco or using a straw for at least a week after removing your wisdom teeth. During the first 24 hours, consume plenty of water. Gradually, you can incorporate other foods into your diet over the next few days.

It is crucial to keep the area clean to prevent infection, so gentle brushing and rinsing with warm salt water may be recommended. Additionally, you may be given pain medication or antibiotics as needed. Taking proper care of yourself can ensure a faster and smoother recovery from wisdom teeth removal.

Get in Touch With Us for Wisdom Teeth Removal in Winnipeg

Our seasoned dentists will give you the care and attention needed to maintain oral health. You can rely on us for wisdom teeth removal in Winnipeg and other procedures. We will provide you with all the required information and take care of you before and after the procedure. You can find out more on our blog. Please get in touch with us to make an appointment. 


With our oral surgery extraction, we can help prevent the development of badly decayed teeth.

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