Yes, they can be and should be removed. The only reason it's suggested to get them out when you are younger is because you are more likely to recover faster and there is less chance of caries. If you have cavity on a tooth, it should be treated, either by repairing the tooth, or in cases of semi-impacted wisdom teeth, the tooth should be extracted.
Wisdom teeth are frequent causes of infections and caries with high risk of damage to adjacent teeth. They are generally recommended for extraction early, during teen years, to prevent such problems.
You have to remove it
It is not always necessary to remove wisdom teeth. They are often removed because there may not be enough room in your jaw for the teeth to grow in properly, and they can put pressure on the other teeth. However, some people do have jaws that are large enough to include wisdom teeth. I personally have never had any trouble with my wisdom teeth.
An oral surgeon may be recommended if there you are a high risk patient however in most cases a dentist can and will remove wisdom teeth.
Yes. If your mouth is big enough, like mine is, there is no need to remove the wisdom teeth. I know many people who have all of their wisdom teeth, or only had 1 or 2 removed.
no, your wisdom teeth wont stop you from getting your braces, the only teeth removed before getting braces are baby teeth. although getting wisdom teeth removed when theyre coming in is necessary, and if not then straightened teeth can be moved and pushed by incoming teeth, and crowding the mouth.
Yes, as the teeth can shift in the bone when the wisdom teeth are no longer there to keep them in place. Yes, but in a minimal way. The gaps that can be mostly noticed are in the back area. Rarely front teeth are affected.
A full set of teeth is 32. That's 16 top and 16 bottom. Remove 2 for the wisdom teeth and you will have 14 on the bottom jaw.
Wisdom teeth are called wisdom teeth because you get them usually around 18 when you are a legal adult.
So long as they're healthy and not causing problems with your jaw, there's no need to have wisdom teeth removed. Everyone's teeth are different, so any decision to keep or remove wisdom teeth should be made in conjunction with your dentist and/or orthodontist.
normally it does not. but when the tooth is attached to the bone ; has to cut it out and remove from bone.
Your sinuses will only be affected if something were to go wrong during the extraction. When top wisdom teeth are extracted, there is a very slim chance of a tool puncturing your sinuses. The swelling after the procedure does not (should not) affect breathing either.
No, but failure to remove them may result in distension of the jaw.
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the wisdom teeth are the ones closest to your brain
You can, but it is not likely. Not many people even have have their wisdom teeth at that age. Most people have their wisdom teeth extracted when they are nearly done with highschool (16-19 years old). Your doctor may not want to remove your yet even if you do have them. I am 12 years old. I have my wisdom teeth, and I am getting them pulled out next month. It is possible to get your wisdom teeth that young i am living proof. =)
Wisdom teeth actually begin forming before the age of 10, and if they erupt it is between the age of 17 years to 21 years. Not everyone though gets wisdom teeth and some get more than one! A widom teeth is known as a 3rd molar, they are an extra teeth, not needed for your mouth. In some cases people remove their wisdom teeth.
A person can only have four wisdom teeth.
You can remove the cotton gauze when the bleeding slows down a lot.
Can't see why it wouldn't be !
No, go to the orthodontists after the wisdom teeth are out.
Nope! Not at all. In fact the normal standard complement of teeth include the four last molars also called wisdom teeth. Only in cases where the wisdom teeth do not come out properly or cause pain or is cause of repeated infection of the area, do dentist remove them.
32 including your wisdom teeth.
Wisdom teeth do not necessarily crowd teeth. Some people who have had their wisdom teeth removed still get crowding, while others that still have their third molars erupted or impacted do not have crooked teeth.