Do I Need to Have My Wisdom Teeth Removed?

When your dentist or oral surgeon recommends that you have your wisdom teeth removed, you may have many questions. Why is it necessary to have your wisdom teeth removed if they don’t seem to be causing any problems?  Since they aren’t hurting anything, do you really need to have them taken out?  Your dentist or oral surgeon may be recommending wisdom-teeth removal for a variety of reasons. Here are some of the more common reasons for having wisdom teeth removed.
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Impacted Wisdom Teeth: Symptoms & Causes

The last teeth to erupt (or not erupt!) are your third molars, and they are commonly referred to as your wisdom teeth. Wisdom teeth do not always require extraction because occasionally third molars will erupt, align and function properly. However, more often than not, wisdom teeth will not erupt and will become impacted, causing pain and other troublesome symptoms. It is best to schedule a consultation with an oral surgeon to determine if extraction is necessary. 

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Complications Due to Dental Implants

Dental implants are the best option for replacing a missing tooth. Unlike the alternative (a dental bridge), a dental implant maintains the integrity of neighboring teeth and is considered to be a long-term tooth replacement. 

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