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Wisdom teeth are usually the last to develop and can face space constraints, hindering their proper eruption. Partial emergence might cause cavities, infections, or crowding. Wisdom teeth can grow diagonally or horizontally, causing significant problems, including damage to adjacent molars.
Wisdom teeth removal
When there’s insufficient space for wisdom teeth to fully erupt, they can induce gum and bone pain due to shifting, referred to as ‘impacted wisdom teeth.’ This can lead to bacterial growth and gum infections, resulting in discomfort, swelling, and illness. Early removal of impacted wisdom teeth is often recommended to prevent future issues and costly surgeries.
Our team at Day Dental will complete a thorough examination of your mouth, including x-rays, that will help diagnose the type of wisdom teeth removal you require. Regular dental exams also help you keep your gums and teeth healthy, allowing us to identify any potential concerns to prevent costly dental procedures down the road.
If your wisdom teeth are aligned properly, and the surrounding gum tissue is healthy, wisdom teeth do not always have to be removed. With our clinical exam and panoramic imaging, we can inform you if you or your child’s wisdom teeth require extraction.