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After complete anaesthesia is achieved, a small prop is used to help keep your mouth open. An incision is made behind the last molar to uncover the wisdom tooth and bone. Small amounts of bone are usually removed to expose enough of the tooth. If impaction is moderate to severe then the tooth is divided into 2 or more pieces to aid removal. The socket is rinsed with sterile saline and then the incision closed with self dissolving stitches. The whole procedure is done with care under theatre like conditions

     
     
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