Wisdom Tooth Extraction: When do You Need to Do Wisdom Tooth Extraction?

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Your dentist has advised you to do wisdom tooth extraction. But, you say, they don’t hurt, so why take them out?

Wisdom tooth, which are the third molars in the back of your mouth, may not need to be extracted if they are:

  • Healthy
  • Grown in completely (fully erupted)
  • Positioned correctly and biting properly with their opposing teeth
  • Able to be cleaned as part of daily oral hygiene practices

Still, just because your wisdom tooth isn’t bothering you doesn’t mean there’s nothing wrong with them. The teeth could be impacted or stuck. That means they won’t be able to get past your jaw and into your mouth. Perhaps your mouth is too small to accommodate them, or the teeth are growing at an angle to other teeth. If they push up against the tooth next door, they risk damaging it.

Some dentists extract healthy molars to avoid future problems. The bones in your mouth become harder as you age. This makes it more difficult to remove your teeth.

If you wait, you may experience complications after surgery ranging from heavy bleeding and fractured teeth to severe numbness and minor loss of jaw movement. These difficulties could last for a few days or a lifetime.

When Is Removal Needed?

When wisdom tooth cause problems or X-rays show they may be on the way, they must be extracted. Other compelling reasons to remove them include:

  • Damage to other teeth: That extra set of molars can jostle your other teeth, causing pain and bite issues.
  • Jaw damage: Cysts can form around the new teeth. If they aren’t treated, they can hollow out your jaw and damage nerves.
  • Sinus Issues: Problems with wisdom tooth can lead to sinus pain, pressure, and congestion.
  • Inflamed Gums: Tissue around the area can swell and may be hard to clean.
  • Tooth decay: Swollen gums can create pockets between teeth that allow bacteria to grow and tooth decay form.
  • Alignment: Impacted wisdom tooth can cause crowding of other teeth and even necessitate treatment to straighten other teeth.

To make a decision, your dentist will examine the shape of your mouth and the position of your teeth. Your age also plays a role, too.

Preventing future dental problems

Wisdom Tooth Extraction: When do You Need to Do Wisdom Tooth Extraction?
Wisdom Tooth Extraction: When do You Need to Do Wisdom Tooth Extraction?

Dental experts disagree on the value of removing impacted wisdom tooth that aren’t causing problems (asymptomatic).

Future problems with impacted wisdom tooth are difficult to predict. However, here is the reasoning behind preventive extraction:

  • Symptom-free wisdom tooth could still harbor disease.
  • If there isn’t enough space for the tooth to erupt, it’s often hard to get to it and clean it properly.
  • Serious complications with wisdom tooh happen less often in younger adults.
  • Older adults may experience difficulty with surgery and complications after surgery.


Most wisdom tooth removals don’t result in long-term complications. However, removal of impacted wisdom tooth occasionally requires a surgical approach that involves making an incision in the gum tissue and removing bone. Rarely, complications can include:

  • Painful dry socket, or exposure of bone when the post-surgical blood clot is lost from the site of the surgical wound (socket)


Wisdom Tooth Extraction: When do You Need to Do Wisdom Tooth Extraction?
Wisdom Tooth Extraction: When do You Need to Do Wisdom Tooth Extraction?
  • Infection in the socket from bacteria or trapped food particles
  • Damage to nearby teeth, nerves, jawbone or sinuses

Wisdom tooth removal can be carried out by a dentist or a specialist surgeon working in a hospital.

If your dentist recommends removing your wisdom tooth, they’ll take an X-ray of your mouth to help them determine who should carry out the procedure.

Any charges and payment methods should be discussed before the procedure begins. Read more about BeDental’s price list.


Before your wisdom tooth are extracted, you will be given a local anesthetic injection to numb the tooth and surrounding area.

If you are extremely nervous about the procedure, your dentist or surgeon may administer a sedative to help you relax. This is usually accomplished through an injection into your arm.

A general anesthetic is rarely required for wisdom tooth removal. It is only used on rare occasions when the procedure is performed in a hospital. In this case, however, you should be able to go home the same day as the procedure.

Wisdom tooth extraction

If the tooth has not broken through the gum, a small cut (incision) in the gum will be made to gain access to it. A small portion of the bone that surrounds the tooth may also need to be removed.

To make it easier to remove the tooth through the opening, it can be cut into smaller pieces. If the tooth has broken through the gum, there is less need for an incision.

Wisdom Tooth Extraction: When do You Need to Do Wisdom Tooth Extraction?
Wisdom Tooth Extraction: When do You Need to Do Wisdom Tooth Extraction?

You may feel some pressure just before the tooth is extracted because your dentist or oral surgeon will need to widen the tooth socket by rocking the tooth back and forth before extracting it.

Because the area will be numb, you should not feel any pain as your wisdom teeth are extracted. However, if you experience pain during the procedure, notify your dentist or oral surgeon so that more anesthetic can be administered.

The time it takes to remove the tooth varies. Simple procedures can take a few minutes, but more complicated procedures can take up to 20 minutes.

After surgery

If an incision is made, dissolving stitches are used to close the wound. Your dentist will tell you how long it will take for the stitches to dissolve (usually 7 to 10 days).

Your dentist may apply gauze to the extraction site and instruct you to apply pressure to it by biting your jaws together for up to an hour. This is done to allow for the formation of a blood clot in the empty tooth socket. Blood clots are a normal part of the healing process, so avoid dislodging them.

In some cases, antibiotics may be prescribed if you have an ongoing infection.

Everyone responds differently to anesthesia. If you had a local anesthetic and feel alert, you might be able to drive home to begin your recovery. You might even be able to go back to work or do your normal activities. If you have general anesthesia or still feel drowsy, you’ll need someone to drive you home.

Most people experience little to no pain following surgery. For the next three days or so, you will most likely experience swelling and mild discomfort. It may take several weeks for your mouth to heal completely.

Follow your doctor’s instructions for a quicker recovery. Here are some tips for the first 3 days after surgery:


  • Use an ice pack on your face to curb swelling or skin color changes.


Wisdom Tooth Extraction: When do You Need to Do Wisdom Tooth Extraction?
Wisdom Tooth Extraction: When do You Need to Do Wisdom Tooth Extraction?
  • Use moist heat for a sore jaw.
  • Gently open and close your mouth to exercise your jaw.
  • Eat soft foods like pasta, rice, or soup.
  • Drink plenty of fluids.
  • Brush your teeth starting the second day. Don’t brush against any blood clots.
  • Take the drugs your doctor prescribes to ease pain or swelling.
  • Call your doctor if you have a fever, or if your pain or swelling doesn’t improve.


  • Don’t drink through a straw. Sucking may loosen blood clots that help your mouth heal.
  • Don’t rinse your mouth too harshly. Your doctor may suggest rinsing gently with saltwater.
  • Don’t eat hard, crunchy, or sticky foods that may scratch your wounds.
  • Don’t smoke. Smoking can slow your healing.

Where can you get the service ?

Founded in 2012, BeDental swiftly garnered recognition as a premier destination for exceptional dental services, emerging as a pioneering force in the field of dentistry. Our commitment to excellence is underscored by a team of extensively trained dental professionals, state-of-the-art facilities, and cutting-edge technology, all driving us toward our aspiration of becoming the foremost dental center in Vietnam.

At BeDental, our ethos is encapsulated in our mission: “Sow smile, spread success.” We firmly believe that every individual deserves a captivating and self-assured smile. Accordingly, we dedicate ourselves to surmounting dental challenges and removing any barriers that obscure the brilliance of your smile.

Above all, we hold the belief that robust oral health forms the bedrock of a joyous life, while a radiant smile serves as the gateway to achievement. With an unwavering commitment, BeDental continually strives to ascend as a trailblazing entity in the realm of cosmetic dentistry, particularly in the realm of cutting-edge porcelain dental technology.

Our team and facilities

Boasting the most exceptional dental practitioners in Vietnam, BeDental extends a familial commitment and unwavering dedication to each and every customer. Our ethos revolves around treating every individual as if they were a part of our own family. As a distinguished and expert dental establishment, BeDental has strategically positioned multiple branches in city centers, ensuring convenient accessibility for our valued clients.

Furthermore, our commitment to excellence is reflected in our utilization of state-of-the-art imported dental equipment, rigorously certified for safety by the Ministry of Health. Our 5-star facilities not only offer a luxurious ambiance but also create a serene environment in which patrons can unwind while experiencing world-class dental services.

Dental services Price list at Bedental

BeDental is pleased to present its comprehensive dental services price list, offering a transparent overview of the value-driven options we provide to our esteemed patients.

With an impressive count of over 10,000 international patients selecting BeDental as their dental care destination last year, our commitment to delivering premium-quality dental care at reasonable fees is evident. While we do not compete solely on price, we firmly believe that superior dental works should be associated with the investment they entail.

Unlike providers offering subpar services, we recognize that premium dental care cannot be compromised at a reduced cost. Our approach focuses on delivering exceptional quality, and as such, our prices reflect the unparalleled value we offer. However, in comparison to the exorbitant fees charged by dental professionals in regions like the US, UK, Australia, and New Zealand, our patients can anticipate remarkable savings of up to 70% for equivalent dental treatments. This means you can enjoy the same level of superior quality while enjoying significant financial relief.

It is important to note that all our products, materials, and equipment are sourced from reputable manufacturers in the US, Japan, or Europe. We uphold the highest safety standards by adhering to FDA and CE regulations, ensuring that our patients receive treatments that meet international safety and quality benchmarks.


1. Removable Denture – (See more…)
PH01 Conventional Denture (Each jaw) 1.500.000
PH02 Flexible acrylic partial denture (Each jaw) 3.000.000
PH03 Cast metal partial denture (Each jaw) 2.500.000
PH04 Titanium partial denture (Each jaw) 5.000.000
2. Artificial teeth – (See more…)
PH05 Acrylic resin teeth -made in Vietnam ( Each tooth) 100.000
PH06 Acrylic resin teeth -made in USA ( Each tooth) 150.000
PH07 Porcelain teeth backed with metal ( Each tooth) 1.000.000
Denture occlúion 1.000.000
3. Non-removable denture :
Porcelain teeth backed with metal (See more..)
PH08 Porcelain teeth backed with metal (Ni,Cr) 1.000.000
PH09 Porcelain teeth backed with metal Vivadent France (Cr,Co) 1.200.000
PH10 Porcelain teeth backed with metal Jelenko USD (Cr,Co) 1.500.000
PH11 Porcelain teeth backed with titanium 2.500.000
Non-metal Teeth: (See more)
PH20 Porcelain Veneer Katana from Japan (7-year warranty) 2.900.000
PH19 Porcelain Veneer Venus from Germany (7-year warranty) (See more..) 3.500.000
PH12 Porcelain Veneer Roland from Germany (10-year warranty) (See more…) 4.500.000
PH13 Porcelain Veneer Roland HD from Germany (10-year warranty) (See more…) 5.500.000
PH14 Porcelain Veneer Ceramil from Germany (10-year warranty) (See more…) 6.000.000
PH15 Porcelain Veneer Emax from Germany (15-year warranty) 7.000.000
PH13-1 Porcelain Veneer Htsmile from Germany (15-year warranty) (See more…) 7.000.000
PH15-1 Porcelain Veneer Emax press from Germany (15-year warranty)  (See more…) 8.000.000
PH15-2 Porcelain Veneer Cercon from Germany (15-year warranty) (See more…) 7.000.000
PH16 Porcelain Veneer Nacera from Germany (10-year warranty) 7.000.000
PH17 Porcelain Veneer Lava 3M Plus from USA (15-year warranty) (See more…) 8.000.000
PH21 Porcelain Veneer 3M Lava Esthetic from USA ( 15-year warranty) 11.000.000
PH22 Porcelain Veneer Lisi from Japan ( 15-year warranty) (See more…) 11.000.000
PH18 Porcelain Veneer Diamond from USA ( Lifetime guarantee) 16.000.000


SP01 Kin Gingival 250ml (For gum inflammation) 180.000
SP02 Kin Toothpaste 75ml 180.000
SP03 Kin B5 Enjuague Mouthwash 500ml 310.000
SP04 Kin B5 toothpaste 125ml 200.000
SP05 Sensi Kin Mouthwash 250 250.000
SP06 Sensi kin gel (Desensitize gel) 180.000
SP07 Perio kin (For gum inflammation) 180.000
SP08 Ortho Kin Mouthwash 500ml 310.000
SP09 Ortho Kin toothpaste 180.000
SP10 Procare water flosser (See more……) 1.850.000
SP11 Oralpick water flosser (See more……) 1.950.000
Price list of products to support dental treatment – not for buying online


Tartar Cleaning and polishing (See more…)
NC01 Tartar Cleaning and polishing – mild 250.000
NC02 Tartar Cleaning and polishing – moderate 350.000
NC03 Tartar Cleaning and polishing – heavy 450.000
Other dental Service
NC04 Cleaning with Cacbonat sand 120.000
NC05 Operculectomy – Gumgivitis (See more…) 1.200.000


1. Teeth filling (See more..).
DT01 Baby teeth filling 100.000
DT02 Permanent Teeth Filling 300.000
DT03 Cosmetic Filling 500.000
DT04 Sensitive teeth filling 200.000
2. Root Canal Treatment – Anterior by endodontist machine (See more…)
DT05 Root Canal Treatment – Anterior for baby teeth 500.000
DT06 Root Canal Treatment – Anterior for Front teeth 700.000
DT07 Root Canal Treatment – Anterior for Premolar teeth 900.000
DT08 Root Canal Treatment – Anterior for molar teeth 1.200.000
Root Canal reTreatment – Anterior by endodontist machine
DT09 Root Canal Treatment – Anterior for Front teeth by endodontist machine 900.000
DT10 Anterior for Premolar teeth by endodontist machine 1.200.000
DT11 Anterior for molar teeth by endodontist machine 1.500.000
4 Vecniflour dental care (See more…)
DT12 Vecniflour dental care for child 400.000


1. Tooth Extraction  (See more…)
TP01 Deciduous tooth Extraction without anesthetic Free
TP02 Deciduous tooth Extraction with Anesthetic 100.000
TP03 Front Tooth Extraction 500.000
TP04 Premolar tooth Extraction 800.000
TP05 Upper Wisdom Tooth Extraction 1.500.000
TP06 Lower Wisdom Tooth Extraction Straight-grown 1.500.000
TP07 Lower Wisdom Tooth Extraction non Straight-grown 2.000.000
TP08 Lower Wisdom Tooth Extraction – Dificult 2.500.000
TP09 Upper Wisdom Tooth Extraction with Piezotime 2.000.000
TP10 Lower Wisdom Tooth Extraction Straight-grown with Piezotome 3.500.000
TP11 Lower Wisdom Tooth Extraction Straight-grown with Piezotome – Dificult Case 5.000.000
TP12 Lower Wisdom Tooth Extraction non Straight-grown with Piezotome 4.500.000
TP13 Tooth abscess Treatment 300.000
TP14 Tooth follicles treatment 2.000.000
2. Gum contouring Surgery (See more…)
Gum contouring Surgery with Knife surgery (Per unit) 500.000
TP15 Gum contouring Surgerywith laser machine (Per unit) 1.000.000
TP16 Gum contouring Surgery bone impacting (full) 15.000.000
3. Other Surgeries


Teeth Whitening (See more…)
TT01 In-Office Whitening 3.000.000
TT02 Take-home Whitening kit with tray


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