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5 Do’s & Do Not’s After Wisdom Teeth Extraction

Extracting one or more wisdom teeth is a common procedure that is often necessary for optimal oral health. It can be painful and even detrimental for these teeth to remain in your mouth. They can cause infections, complications with your jaw, and start to crowd other teeth. In fact, most p...

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Sedation Options for Wisdom Teeth Extractions

Getting wisdom teeth extracted is necessary for most people. It’s a common procedure that can help alleviate numerous problems down the road and prevent other issues from occurring including impacted teeth and infections. However, just thinking about the procedure itself can make some pe...

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How to Recover From a Wisdom Tooth Extraction

Wisdom teeth generally grow sometime during adolescence or early adulthood, but some people get them earlier or later than others. Dentists may perform a wisdom tooth extraction¹ to avoid: Impacted wisdom teeth Overcrowding in your mouth Teeth growing at the wrong angles Cavities or gum d...

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What Happens When Wisdom Teeth Are Not Removed?

Wisdom teeth are the only molars to grow later in life—years after the rest of the adult teeth have already surfaced. In most cases, these third molars come in quickly, painfully, and can cause many issues if not removed. Therefore, it’s important to recognize when the wisdom teeth...

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10 Best Home Remedies for Wisdom Tooth Pain Relief

Anyone who has ever had their wisdom teeth come in knows how painful they can be. The pain may result from an infected wisdom tooth, damaged gum tissue, tooth decay, or impacted wisdom teeth. It’s essential to get to the dentist to discuss the best course of action as soon as possibl...

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Common Signs You Need To Get Wisdom Teeth Removed

Some people find themselves dealing with wisdom teeth issues during adolescence and early adulthood. According to the American Dental Association (ADA)1, this third set of molars tends to erupt between the ages of 17 and 21 and can create problems if they don’t grow in properly. Unfortun...

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