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Early removal of wisdom teeth is recommended for the following reasons:

  1. To avoid impaction when there is not enough room for the tooth to push through.
  2. To optimise orthodontic treatments by lessening effects of pushing and crowding.
  3. To provide early intervention by solving problems like pain, swelling and/or infection.

It is best to have impacted wisdom teeth removed while you are young (age 16 to 20). In young people the roots are not fully formed and the surrounding bone is softer. This allows for easier removal of the wisdom teeth which means less post-operative pain and faster healing.

Wisdom teeth that are left for a "wait and see approach" will often be harder to remove and can result in a slower and more painful healing phase. There is also a greater chance of complications from the surgery required to remove them.

     
     
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