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The removal of impacted teeth is a serious surgical procedure. Post-operative care is very important. Unnecessary pain and the complications of infection and swelling can be minimized if the instructions are followed carefully. A certain amount of bleeding is to be expected following surgery.

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In truly horrible news: year-old Sydney Gallegar from Eden Prairie, Minnesota, died recently from complications triggered by a routine removal of her wisdom teeth, according to a journal entry her mother posted on CaringBridge. During the outpatient procedure at her dentist's office just last week, the seemingly healthy Sydney went into cardiac arrest. The teen, who may have had an undiagnosed heart condition that could have been exacerbated by general anesthesia, was rushed to the hospital, where she spent seven days suffering numerous seizures, brain swelling, and surgery to reduce the pressure from brain swelling. She died yesterday, survived by her parents and brother. Because everyone knows somebody who has had their wisdom teeth removed, this news isn't just tragic, it's terrifying.
We want to assure you of the measures we take to maintain a clean and safe environment so you can continue to receive needed dental care without fear or concern. As people age, the final set of molars begin to form inside the mouth, which are known as wisdom teeth. These four teeth tend to appear in most young adults in their teenage years or early 20s and consist of two upper back teeth and two lower back teeth. In many cases, the wisdom teeth can grow to be so prominent that they can crowd the other teeth in the mouth, resulting in them needing to be removed. Most people get their wisdom teeth removed when they start to cause pain or the dentist decides that they should be pulled to remove any risk of negative effects on the other teeth or the jawbone.