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WISDOM TOOTH AND EMBEDDED TEETH

WISDOM TOOTH AND EMBEDDED TEETH

The tooth behind the second molar tooth in the mouth of an adult is called “wisdom tooth” or “third molar”. It is the latest tooth to grow. if there is enough space for it and the gingiva is suitable, it can erupt normally and later be used in chewing. However, it is common for wisdom tooth to not erupt normally and stay embedded.

Embedded Teeth

Embedded teeth can cause swelling, pain and infection on the neighboring teeth. They can also permanently damage gingiva and bones, form cysts or tumors that lead to destruction of the bone. Cysts or tumors can form around the impacted teeth that can cause bone destruction. Your dentist or maxillofacial surgeon will definitely recommend extraction in case of infection, pain, damage to the neighboring tooth, gum problems, cysts, tumors caused by your impacted wisdom tooth. In the absence of such problems, it should be taken into account that there may be such problems caused by impacted wisdom teeth.

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Extraction Process

Your doctor may recommend extracting these teeth as a precaution. In cases where there is no extraction, it is very important to keep wisdom teeth under control with regular dental follow-up and x-rays. As part of their regular check-ups, your doctor can determine the position of your wisdom tooth in the jawbone, whether it is healthy or not. It is not only wisdom teeth that remain embedded and need extraction. “Canine teeth” or premolars may remain embedded and cause similar problems. In this case, those teeth may also need to be extracted.

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