Wisdom Teeth Removal in Shelby Township, Michigan – Part 2 Graphic
Dr. Antolak: We have removed both of the lower wisdom teeth already. Now the top ones that we need to do next those are actually a little bit easier. Typically we don’t need to actually put a stitch in those. And so what it does is the cheek will keep that flap that’s there on hold. And we don’t normally have to reflect that flap so much. Okay. So, they are numb them up really well here. And so you just have to go up a little higher and a little differently. I am sure you are pretty numb, Marshall. And this is sitting behind his tooth, so you are not going to really be seeing anything. It is all based on feel for me. You are going to feel some pressure. So this one, I am going to take this out. Open a little bigger. And then this one and like I said it’s all based on feel. But it’s sitting way up high. Marshall, close down a little bit. Not too far. I don’t want my finger bitten. Good job. So, you’re going to feel some pressure. A lot of pressure Marshall. You okay?
There it is right there. The bone is much less dense on the top then on the bottom jaw. So, I got to take that stack out again. And let’s see what you’ve got going on here. Don’t pass out on me. Not you Marshall, you’re okay. This I’ll have to put a stitch in there. Marshall once again a little pressure. Open a little wider please? So, we’ll just be on that last tooth as you can see. There we go, close down a little bit please. And you’re going to feel some pressure here, okay? Open. There it is. There you go. That’s all four wisdom teeth. So you did great Marshall, I’m going to just put a little stitch in there. You did great with it. He’s going to have to use some ice on the side for his lower ones so it limits the swelling and he should be good with that so . Thanks have a good day.