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Almost everyone has to face some degree of pain when their wisdom tooth is erupting. Many times, this pain occurs in episodes and gets better after treatment, lasting for a long time. However, sometimes the pain doesn't subside, and upon examination, it becomes evident that the tooth needs to be extracted. The patient may feel apprehensive about getting the tooth removed. But now, you don't need to worry too much because our team of specialists will introduce you to a painless surgery, and they will also guide you on the precautions to take after wisdom tooth extraction.

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An oral Examination is done and x-rays of the mouth, aid to evaluate the position of the wisdom teeth. This clinical and imaging work-up will predict if there are present or future potential problems.

Why Should One Have Wisdom Teeth Removed?

If a person does not have enough room in the mouth for third molars to fully erupt, complications might occur.

Impacted wisdom teeth or wisdom tooth that is stuck in the bone and do not get enough space to erupt should be removed before the root structure is fully developed or if it causes pain even after development.

Some of the possible complications that can arise from not removing wisdom teeth include:

  • 1. wisdom tooth infection- impacted tooth can act as a magnet for infection-causing bacteria.

  • 2. wisdom tooth cyst formation - if the wisdom tooth is only partially erupted, there are chances of the formation of painful cysts.

  • 3. Impacted wisdom teeth may contribute to the crowding of your teeth.

  • 4. In case of an inadequate room to clean around the wisdom tooth, the tooth adjacent, the second molar, can be adversely affected resulting in infection, gum disease, bone loss around the tooth, and/or decay.

Is it compulsory to remove the wisdom tooth?

No. As long as your mouth has enough room for your teeth and is not causing any trouble, your wisdom teeth can stay. But it is important to get an opinion from your dentist to check what will be best for you.

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