Wisdom teeth usually erupt when people reach an age between 17 and 25. People often assume they have nothing to worry about if their wisdom teeth come in and there’s no pain or discomfort. As the experts on wisdom teeth removal in Dandenong, we at EDentist know better.
Even if the teeth seem to grow in without incident or tooth decay, most people still require treatment somewhere down the line. Many times, the only option to rectify the situation is wisdom teeth removal.
Wisdom teeth are molars located in the back of the mouth that don’t come in until someone is in their late teens or early twenties. Your dentist may spot them before they grow in, or you may notice them coming in on your own. Depending on how your wisdom teeth erupt, it could potentially be a painful and problematic development.
However, only some require tooth extractions for wisdom teeth. At EDentist, our dentists have the experience and knowledge to examine your wisdom teeth and decide if extraction is the best option.
Wisdom teeth removal is a widespread practice. Statistically, dentists remove approximately 10 million molars annually in Australia. The most common reasons for wisdom teeth removal in Dandenong include impacted wisdom teeth with abnormal development, partially erupted wisdom teeth, and crooked wisdom teeth.
Many patients undergo wisdom teeth removal at EDentist because there simply is not enough space in their mouth for the new back molars. When this happens, we remove the teeth before they cause significant discomfort or other oral health issues.
Wisdom teeth removal is a form of dental extraction. As such, many people are often nervous before scheduling or going to their wisdom teeth removal appointment. Although extracting wisdom teeth is no day at the fair, it offers numerous benefits for your oral and overall health.
At EDentist, we strive to make the procedure as comfortable as possible. If you notice any of these signs, you may need wisdom teeth removal.
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