August 16, 2012
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA (rushPRnews) 08/16/12 — - One of the latest Cochran reviews proposes closely monitoring trouble-free wisdom teeth rather than opting to remove them.
Dr. Joseph Marvizi, a Long Beach CA dentist acknowledges the importance of this review because wisdom teeth may not harm the mouth, and removing them could be unnecessary. Marvizi's Los Angeles family dentist and cosmetic dentistry practice makes sure to take each patient's needs into account.
The study sought to evaluate if the standard practice of removing wisdom teeth that were not causing harm to the patient proved healthier than retaining the teeth. The researchers' chief question is, is removing wisdom teeth that aren't disruptive necessary or more advantageous to patients?
Patients may suffer from problematic wisdom teeth, and they have been known to cause complications to the patient's oral health, revealed by Los Angeles invisalign provider. Partially erupted wisdom teeth produce swelling of the gums and sensitivity. In some cases, the gum tissues create a flap, enveloping the tooth and forming a haven for bacteria. Patients with partially erupted wisdom teeth have a heightened risk of gum disease. In crowded mouths, wisdom teeth tend to erupt at irregular angles that result in soreness and irritation in the mouth, gums and teeth. Some patients' mouths don't allot substantial space for wisdom teeth, and if teeth erupt, serious crowding is bound to occur. Dentists will call for removal of wisdom teeth that may crowd other teeth and impacted teeth.
The study discovered that previous studies lack too much information to make a decision for or against the removal of trouble-free wisdom teeth. Researchers inspected several research databases for randomized controlled trials (RCTs) that compare the treatment and patients' quality of life with removed verses retained wisdom teeth. No RCTs concentrate on this exact comparison. There was a singular case that evaluated removal verses retention, but the effects only recorded the patient's crowding in the late lower teeth. Researchers advise a more conservative approach: consistently observe patients' third molar teeth without symptoms.
Marvizi, a Los Angeles implant dentist looks forward to the studies inspired by this review that examines removal verses retention.
Learn More To visit a Los Angeles pediatric dentist or to schedule an appointment with Dr. Marvizi, visit http://www.marvizicosmeticdentist.com/ or call 323-931-3881.
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