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« Antworten #6 am: 14.November 2009, 15:38:46 »

also ich hätte die vollnarkose selber zahlen müssen (150 €) hab mir allerdings für eine sedierung entschieden (50€). Man ist komplett weg und ist die halbe stunde nach dem aufwachen nicht zurechnungsfähig  Grin
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« Antworten #7 am: 22.Juni 2015, 18:00:28 »

Weisheitszähne nennt man die hintersten Zähne im Ober- und Unterkiefer (die Achten von der Mitte an gezählt). Bei vollständigem Durchbruch in korrekter Position (meist zwischen dem 18. und 30. Lebensjahr) und ausreichendem Platzangebot im Kiefer können die Weisheitszähne durchaus nützliche Kauelemente sein.

Weisheitszähne, die im Kiefer bleiben, können Probleme verursachen: Insbesondere wenn der Zahn nur teilweise herauswächst, ist er schwer zu reinigen, was Infektionen verursachen kann. Zudem kann es zu Karies oder Parodontitis kommen oder, wie bei Mareile, zu Zahnfehlstellungen oder Zahnwurzelschäden. Zysten gehören ebenfalls zu den gefürchteten Komplikationen, denn diese flüssigkeitsgefüllten Hohlräume wachsen oft unbemerkt und schädigen das umliegende Gewebe, also auch den Kieferknochen.

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« Antworten #8 am: 12.März 2019, 16:15:33 »

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