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Wisdom tooth extraction

Hi i m suffering from acute pain in wisdom tooth its partially grown till now. I hv been asked by doctors to get it removed. But i m very much afraid from stiches and all. I have read about the laser assisted surgery. Is it helpful?
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Dr. Akhil Agarwal Lucknow | Orthodontist
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Yes LASER assisted surgery is better but then it adds to the cost. The conventional flap raising method is time tested.
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If the doctor has advised you to remove it pls do so.  These days with all the latest equipments combined with the doctors skills it's not as painful to remove the wisdom tooth.  pls trust your dentist & get it removed. 
yes since it's a wisdom tooth compared to the other teeth there will be little pain & swelling but it won't be as bad & can be controlled with medications.  It won't be so bad that your normal routine will be hampered.
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Hello..You should go for removal of tooth and you need not worry about it as the procedure is done under local anesthesia,Pre and post extraction medication is given to relieve pain and swelling.So visit dentist and get the treatment done as soon as possible.
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Hello, If the wisdom tooth which is not in a correct orientation is troubling you,the best thing is to get it removed.No need to panic as this is a common procedure. Regards DR SUMAN MAKAM DENTAL ARTS BANGALORE
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You have to take medication pre operatively and then go for surgical removal of the tooth. .you can go for laser assisted surgery but even under normal anaesthesia it is absolutely painless ..and even healing is uneventful because of anti swelling and fast healing medicines. .treatment will be confirmed after clinical examination and X ray investigation. .
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Dr. Ankit Jain Delhi | Dentist
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Dear Practo User, A wisdom tooth causing discomfort should be removed as soon as possible. As of laser assisted surgery is considered, it definitely helps in reducing trauma. You can consult a dentist nearby practicing laser dentistry. Regards Dr Ankit Jain Arham Dental Care, Implant and Laser Centre Delhi
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