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Deltona Wisdom Teeth Removal

Deltona  Wisdom Teeth Removal By Dr. David Turbyfill

Deltona wisdom teeth are the last adult teeth to erupt in the mouth. Occasionally, they contribute positively to one’s oral health, but in most cases Deltona wisdom teeth are misaligned and require removal.


Problems which can occur with Deltona wisdom teeth eruption and thus necessitate removal include crowding of adjacent teeth, recurring infections, decay on adjacent teeth, and even development of cyst and subsequent weakening of the jawbone.


The presence and position of Deltona wisdom teeth is best diagnosed by Dr. David Turbyfill, oral surgeon with the aid of a panoramic x-ray. This type of x-ray permits Dr. David Turbyfill to properly evaluate the development and eruption of the wisdom teeth.


When dealing with Deltona wisdom teeth removal, Dr. David Turbyfill highly recommends any Deltona wisdom teeth removal be done under general anesthesia. Once you are “asleep” a long-acting local anesthetic is administrated to provide up to 6 hours of pain relief after surgery. Since you will be under general anesthesia it is required you have nothing to eat or drink after midnight the night before your Deltona  wisdom teeth removal surgery and a responsible adult to drive you to the office, stay there, and drive you home.


Most healthy young individuals recover from Deltona wisdom teeth removal without any significant problems. A few days of rest and following Dr. David Turbyfill's instructions will go a long way toward an uneventful recovery. Common concerns related to your post Deltona wisdom teeth removal recovery are covered in your post-op instructions. Dr. David Turbyfill will go over them in detail with your ride before your discharge.


Lastly, most dental and/or medical insurances will cover part or all of the fee of Deltona wisdom teeth removal. Please check with your policy to determine if Deltona wisdom teeth removal with anesthesia is a covered procedure of your policy and whether or not DDr. David Turbyfill participates in the insurance plan.