Not if you don't mind crooked teeth.
No, go to the orthodontists after the wisdom teeth are out.
Not necessarily. Teeth tend to become more crowed as we age, especially the lower front teeth. This happens in some people regardless of whether they have wisdom teeth or not. Therefore, removing the wisdom teeth, solely for the purpose of hoping to get naturally straighter teeth, won't work.
No! At no time will you be without teeth. You will be able to eat, talk and function throughout the course of treatment. And there will be no distinguishable facial changes.
Dentists will usually tell you you'll need to get your wisdom teeth out before that happens.
Unfortunately, there is no way to "make" your wisdom teeth grow in straight. If your other teeth are straight, then they may grow in straight. If you have a tendency towards crooked teeth, they they may grow crooked too. The good news is that not everyone has to have them removed if they grow in crooked. If there is sufficient room and they will not cause problems with the other teeth, they may not have to be removed. With no 2nd molar, there might be enough room that they do not have to be removed. The best person to make this determination is your dentist.
No, that can't really happen. Teeth can get cracked my a number of different things.NoIt is very unlikely that front teeth get cracked due to pressure caussed by wisdom teeth. Usually it takes a trauma to crack a tooth. NOalthough they cannot crack your teeth, they WILL cause pressure and cause your other teeth pain and make them crooked
Your orthodontist should be able to answer this question. In some cases, there is enough room for your wisdom teeth to come in without overcrowding. There shouldn't be any real "danger" except that they may cause your teeth to become crooked which is why most people have them removed eventually.
Yes, wisdom teeth coming in can cause headaches and soar throats too.
If the wisdom teeth are impacted on your top or bottom row of teeth, they could cause discomfort and push roots of other teeth together.
I had an enlarged spleen and enlarged lymph nodes and it turned out that I had Mono. I don't think your "spleen" has anything to do with your wisdom teeth coming in. But, in uncommon cases, infection to your wisdom teeth can sometimes cause enlarged lymph nodes, but only if the teeth are "impacted". A dental impaction is where an unearthed tooth is growing in crooked underneath the gumline. This also causes other dental problems such as crooked teeth. If the lymph nodes your are referring to are painless and are swelling with other symptoms, then you might have a serious condition, which also means you need to see a doctor immediately. The swelling in the lymph nodes in your neck are the ones to swell if your teeth are infected from an impaction. Also, only the lower teeth can cause lymph node swelling in your neck. The nodes will be tender, moveable, and causing pain in any way. Any kind of severe infection in your mouth, including a wisdom tooth infection, can cause your lymph nodes to become larger. The spleen should not be directly affected though.
Not all of British people have crooked teeth. The British people that did have crooked teeth were because they did not care of them.
if you are over 20, probably not. however, if you are still growing or you have wisdom teeth coming in, yes. teeth shift around a lot as you go through growth spurts, and the more crooked they are, the harder to clean, and the chances you have of getting cavities or gingivitis increase significantly.
Because sometimes you don't have enough room in your mouth for them. And sometimes, if they were allowed to grow in, they would push your other teeth out of the way and make them crooked.
Not as far as i know. I had all 4 of wisdom teeth impacted and i wasnt having facial spasms. If your wisdom teeth are impacted, you need to get them extracted as soon as possible
Wisdom teeth coming in does not normally cause swelling or tightness in the throat. The most common side effect is a sore jaw.
I just had 4 of my wisdom teeth removed and have only just started experiencing tinnitus.
Wisdom teeth do not need to be pulled when: 1) there is room in your mouth for them; 2) they are not stuck under the skin (impacted); 3) they are healthy. But most people do not have enough room in their mouths so the teeth grow behind or crooked and/or they get impacted and cannot grow out.
It can move your permanat teeth out of place and they can cause a lot of pain
Hard candy can cause you to chip your teeth, smoking can cause tar build up and yellowness, opening cans bottles or anything that has to do with force can ruin your teeth, sucking your thum can cause you buck teeth in the future also make your teeth crooked
Wisdom teeth are not necessarily bad. They do, however, frequently cause crowding in the mouth, forcing the molars forward resulting in crooked teeth. They can also become impacted or fail to fully erupt (emerge through the gums), causing discomfort and potential for decay or gum disease. Dentists often recommend removal of wisdom teeth in younger people if problems are foreseen; if you make it through your twenties with no troubles, you'll most likely be fine. If you have any issues with any of your wisdom teeth, most dentists will recommend removal of all four, as asymmetry in the mouth can result in other problems. By all accounts, extraction of the wisdom teeth kind of sucks.
Wisdom teeth should be extracted when they push and damage the 7th tooth while they grow, also when they develop a cyst or cause an infection, and wisdom teeth are removed if they're causing problems with prosthesis. Here's an interesting video about wisdom tooth extraction.
I don't think wisdom teeth can do that. I've haven't got wisdom teeth yet but that never happened to my parents so maybe if you are getting that you should see a doctor and/or a dentist.