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When Should Wisdom Teeth Be Removed


Posted on 1/24/2022 by Life Long Dental
When Should Wisdom Teeth Be RemovedWisdom teeth are the third set of molars located at the back end of your jaw. They emerge when a person enters adulthood, and signify the end of teeth emergence. In many instances, these wisdom teeth play no part in your oral health and dentists remove them when they start posing problems to your surrounding teeth. If you make routine dental visits, our dentists can identify if you have wisdom teeth, monitor their development, and decide whether they pose a risk to your dental health. If the dentist sees that your wisdom teeth are negatively impacting your oral wellness, our dentist usually recommends extraction.

If they are causing you pain and discomfort


Many times, there is not enough gum tissue where wisdom teeth can grow into. Due to this, they can be extremely painful and hinder you from chewing food. They can also cause headaches, which will negatively the quality of life. It is therefore necessary at this point to come to the clinic and get an extraction procedure for immediate relief.

If you cannot clean them properly


Because wisdom teeth emerge at the backend of your jaw, you might be unable to clean them with a string of floss and a toothbrush. If this is the case, they pose a serious threat to your overall oral health. our dentists can remove them so that they do not bring oral issues that can affect other surrounding teeth and dental tissues.

If they remain under the gums or partially emerge


Since there is not enough room for growth, sometimes wisdom teeth do not fully emerge and can remain beneath the gums. this can pose serious dental health issues necessitating the removal of the wisdom teeth.

Call us if you have a wisdom tooth that requires extraction. Our dentists employ modern and safe practices that guarantee you a safe procedure.

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