Wisdom teeth are the only teeth not formed in the womb. Because most people opt to have surgery to remove their wisdom teeth, researchers are looking into ways to prevent their growth altogether.
Until the day comes when scientists can prevent wisdom teeth from growing, they’re still an unfortunate occurrence and occasionally need to be removed.
Maybe you’ve been told by a dental professional that you need to have your wisdom teeth removed. However, due to fear or anxiety of going to the dentist, you haven’t done it yet. It’s safe to say, you probably know, your wisdom teeth issue should be addressed sooner rather than later.
Sometimes waiting too long backfires and people have to deal with infection or other complications.
Your dentist should answer all of your questions and alleviate any fears you may have about having your wisdom teeth extracted. There are even a variety of sedation options available to give you a calm, pleasant experience during the procedure!
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