The third molars or teeth of the sanity are known for the oral manifestations that sometimes cause either pain, compression, movement of the rest of the teeth or even infections. This is mainly due to the absence of space to erupt or the incorrect position they occupy. In cases where these molars may be or are the origin of some pathology, it is necessary to extract them. If the patient requests so, the treatment can be performed under sedation.
In a similar way to the third molars, sometimes the canines do not emerge correctly and remain retained in areas of difficult or no access. In these cases we can expose part of this tooth to drag it to its correct position with orthodontics, or on the contrary, proceed to the complete extraction.