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Wisdom teeth commonly appear in persons between the ages of 17 and 25. They can lead to problems if they don’t erupt in the appropriate place, such as being stuck beneath the gums or in the jaw or even showing indications of illness, for which then they must be removed
They are the third set of molars, so if stuck and if a condition is suspected, they must be removed since they may harm neighboring teeth or create illnesses. Protection should be undertaken by seeing a dental professional so that he can keep an eye on it; otherwise, if left unattended, a slew of problems might occur.
Following repeated visits and monitoring, you will know if your wisdom teeth need to be removed based on the dentist’s judgment. However, you will need it eliminated if you experience any of the following:
Generally, if you experience any of these indicators, you should see a dentist immediately and constantly as a precautionary mechanism so that the dentist could do check-ups and keep a record of your wisdom teeth’s condition.
Therefore, depending on the position or situation of your wisdom teeth, our dentists will provide you with directions to follow, such as seeing our oral and maxillofacial surgeon, who will determine the next step, which will be a surgical extraction conducted securely and with your ultimate comfort