Do You Really Need to Get Your Wisdom Teeth Pulled?
Do We Really Need to Remove Wisdom Teeth?
- Teeth are completely hidden under the gum but cannot erupt. In this case, they can contribute to the formation of a cyst, which can destroy the roots of neighboring teeth.
- The teeth didn’t fully erupt. Difficulties with their hygiene and, as a result, a large accumulation of bacteria can lead to various oral cavity diseases.
- If there’s not enough space for a tooth (adjacent teeth are situated too tightly), the erupting wisdom tooth risks damaging the neighboring teeth.
- If you feel pain in the area of a wisdom tooth.
- Soft tissues next to the wisdom tooth are often infected.
- Tumors are formed.
- There’s gum inflammation.
- There is tooth decay on the adjacent teeth, and they begin to break.
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Date: 13.12.2018, 05:54 / Views: 53451