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Embedded Teeth

A tooth that has been partially or completely embedded in the jawbone is called an embedded tooth, although the age of the teeth is passed and cannot last for various reasons. For example, a 19-year- old patient's 20-year-old teeth that did not last are not considered buried teeth because they are not yet of riding age.​
Should every buried tooth be removed by surgery?
Although this issue is controversial, it is not necessary to remove every buried tooth. It is also possible to follow up by taking control films at certain intervals without interfering with the deep and fully embedded teeth in the jawbone, which has not previously caused any discomfort and which is not expected to happen. Because it involves a low risk. However, it is necessary to remove embedded teeth that appear partially in the mouth even if they have previously caused a variety of ailments or have direct contact with the tooth next door at inappropriate angle, even if they do not cause discomfort. If the position and root anatomy of the partially embedded (part of the mouth is visible) tooth is appropriate, non-surgical shots may also be possible. After clinical and radiographic evaluation, you will be informed about the most appropriate approach style. 

Causes of teeth to remain buried
Out depending on the disturbances in the neighboring region, these are: the structure of the adjacent teeth and the array of print due to a defect created by

Long-term inflammation
Increased density in the surrounding tissue of the tooth
Lack of space due to lack of jaw development
An abnormality in the development of teeth or the misdirection of the tooth bud
A pathological obstacle, such as a cyst or tumor, in the riding path
Bone abnormalities caused by various causes
Anatomically shaped abnormalities of the tooth
In some cases, teeth may remain embedded, some of which may:
Specific infections such as tuberculosis, Hereditary syphilis
Kleido-cranial dysostosis
The oksisefal
Cleft palate

Are embedded teeth difficult to operate? Do I feel pain during surgery?
The difficulty of the operation depends mainly on how deep the tooth is buried and on its anatomical shape. It also depends on the amount of your mouth opening and whether you have a serious illness that will affect your surgery. The longer the roots are curved or separated, the harder the tooth will be to perform surgery. Accordingly, in a slightly forward-angled or straight position, the operation of a superficially embedded and roots-United embedded tooth is about 20 min. while it can be
completed inside, the operation of a tooth that is completely buried in the bone, angled backwards or turned upside down, with roots separated and curled, can take about 1 hour. You will not feel any pain during the operation, but the feeling of touch or pressure will continue after you have done the necessary anesthesia for your operation and after the numbness has taken place. In other words, when force is applied to your teeth, you will have a feeling of contact, but you will not have any pain
or ache. 
What problems can I have if I don't mind my buried tooth?
If you do not care for an embedded tooth, you may experience problems such as inflammation of the tissues around the tooth called pericoronitis, caries, jaw abscesses, root loss in the tooth adjacent to the embedded tooth, cyst or tumor formation or obstruction to the use of dentures. What problems can I face after embedded dental surgery? If the surgery is performed by a specialist in oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, it is very unlikely that a serious problem will be encountered. It is expected to have bleeding, swelling and mild pain (the size at which painkillers can relieve pain) in the form of leaks after embedded dental surgery. However, in very risky cases, nerve damage, roots escape to neighboring anatomical areas, sinus opening may occur, such as problems. In cases where such a serious risk may occur, you will be informed before the surgery and the most appropriate and least risky method will be applied for you.

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