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What Happens If You Don't Take Wisdom Teeth Out

What Happens When You Don’t Take Out Your Wisdom Teeth?

If you want to keep your oral health, you need to learn more about your wisdom teeth, the molars located at the back of your mouth. They are the last set of adult teeth to develop. Although these molars can easily be overlooked and are hidden from plain sight, you should not be complacent because they can affect your oral health. But should you consider wisdom teeth removal?

This article will help you understand what happens if you don’t take wisdom teeth out. Not all wisdom teeth need to be removed.  We will also help you understand instances where it is better to have them removed. Take this as an opportunity to avoid possible medical complications, like gum disease and wounds in the mouth. This way, you can do daily tasks, like speaking and eating, without trouble and sustain your good quality of life. 

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Tooth Extraction

3 Reasons You May Need to Undergo Tooth Extraction

Many people know how to take care of their oral health properly. Unfortunately, even with the best care, dental problems can still occur. This is when a dentist’s help becomes necessary, as they can address these problems through various dental procedures.

That said, one way a dentist can solve a dental problem is to pull one or more teeth. There are many reasons that such a procedure, called an extraction, is necessary. Here are some examples to give you a better idea of what to expect:

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how to prepare for wisdom tooth extraction

How to Prepare for Wisdom Tooth Extraction

If you recently learned that you need a wisdom tooth extraction, you may feel anxious or uneasy. This is normal for any dental or medical procedure. We find that our patients usually feel more reassured once they learn what to expect and how to prepare for wisdom tooth extraction.

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dentist or oral surgeon for tooth extraction

Go with a dentist or oral surgeon for tooth extraction?

No one likes to have a tooth extracted, and the saving grace about that procedure is that it’s usually quick. Sometimes, though, special circumstances require special work, which means your dentist might send you to an oral surgeon. If you’re confused about why you might have to go to someone other than your dentist to have a tooth removed, read on; depending on how the tooth presents before or during a typical extraction, it may need extra help in getting out of your mouth.

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