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“We believe prevention is the best medicine.”

Wisdom teeth problems (infection, crowding, cysts, decay, resorption) become evident after roots are fully formed (age 23 and onwards). Surgery to remove wisdom teeth in the mid 20’s and beyond is much more difficult and recovery is often slower and more painful. For this reason, if x-rays show wisdom teeth are present, and have very little chance of full and normal eruption, then removing wisdom teeth BEFORE problems arise is recommended.

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

     
     
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