Signs of Impacted Wisdom Teeth and Why Should You Extract Them

Wisdom Teeth Removal

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Wisdom teeth are the last set of teeth to develop in between the ages of 17 and 25 years. But, they don’t give you any wisdom instead create a lot of dental problems. However, wisdom teeth complications could be avoided if you extract them as soon as you find them. If left, they can take a toll on your dental health. They are located at the end of the upper and lower gums in the very back of your mouth. Most people eventually have all four wisdom teeth. But, it could vary from one person to another because some might have all four, while others have one or two, or don’t have at all.

What Are Impacted Wisdom Teeth Sydney?

Our mouth normally doesn’t have enough room for accommodating all 32 teeth that includes the four wisdom teeth as well. Yes, the size of our mouth is smaller than our ancestors. Often, wisdom teeth don’t get enough space on the jawline to develop in the right position. So, when they try to develop, they don’t get space and get trapped under the gum line. This condition is called impaction. They might develop partially as well.

Impacted Wisdom Teeth Sydney can cause serious dental complications and negatively impact dental health. As result, they can grow in wrong direction, including sideways, an awkward angle, and partially. Wisdom teeth gets impacted in four ways and it becomes complicated to remove certain impactions. The type of impaction can greatly influence the wisdom teeth removal cost Sydney.

Impacted wisdom teeth can cause pain, inflammation, and the other teeth might become damaged as well. Even if there are no damages to the nearby teeth, the wisdom teeth and surrounding teeth becomes more vulnerable to dental diseases such as gum infection and dental decay.

Impacted Wisdom Teeth Needs Removal If:-

  • There is extreme pain, pressure, and discomfort.
  • If it is evident that the teeth will not have enough space to erupt completely in the right direction.
  • If the teeth are partially erupted and decayed, making them harder to clean and maintain.

Not all wisdom teeth require removal. You could keep them if they are healthy and develop in the right position. However, in most cases, wisdom teeth are removed, whether or not there was a problem. Your dentist is the right person to determine whether you need to extract your third molars. Please get in touch with our team for more details about Wisdom teeth removal price Sydney.

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