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While some wisdom teeth never come up for air, most people begin to notice theirs growing in during late adolescence or early adulthood. Problems can arrive when there isn’t enough room in your mouth to house these additional teeth or if they erupt in a problematic way. Wayward wisdom teeth can cause discomfort, infection or other issues. If this is your experience, it’s wise to book an appointment with one of our dental professionals to assess whether it’s best to have one or more of them removed.
At Toothpaste Family dentistry, we monitor kids’ oral health for signs that their wisdom teeth might be poised to cause some trouble. Some wisdom teeth can be removed at our practice under local anaesthetic or, for more complicated cases, we can provide a referral for an oral surgeon.
Removing wisdom teeth earlier rather than later can mean: