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When it comes to wisdom teeth, it is quite common for them to come out and impact another tooth. This happens more regularly now as with evolution, we have smaller mouths that doesn’t really accommodate for all our teeth.
All of these impactions can cause discomfort and pain. We will asses your case and decide if it is in your best interest to have the tooth removed. In some instances, you can experience pain from the initial impaction and it can cause subsequent headaches. It may cause some discomfort for a couple of weeks and then settle down. If this is the case, your dentist may advise that an extraction is not needed.
If your wisdom tooth is partially emerged, they can be more susceptible to infection and in this instance it may be more suitable to have the tooth extracted.
Each case is different and will have different needs, we will always asses you on an individual basis and give you the information you need to make an informed decision. To find out more information, please do not hesitate to book an appointment today.