Wisdom Teeth Removed

Do I Need to Have my Wisdom Teeth Removed?

    We all go through this ‘wisdom teeth’ phase in our late teens or early twenties. You may even end up wondering, ‘do I need to remove my wisdom teeth?’ which is a tricky question. And if you find yourself asking this question, then the following points may enlighten you.

    Top Health Reasons to Remove your Wisdom Teeth

    1. There is limited space for wisdom teeth to erupt and because they are surrounded by gums, it is difficult to keep them clean and avoid infection or inflammation.
    2. With age, the chance for complications related to the removal of wisdom teeth increases.
    3. Wisdom teeth may contribute to crowding of nearby teeth.
    4. Gum disease and inflammation associated with wisdom teeth may lead to receding gum tissues, deterioration of the jawbone and tooth loss.
    5. Even when wisdom teeth erupt through the gum tissues, they rarely provide any meaningful function.
    6. Problems with wisdom teeth can lead to sinus, pain, pressure and congestion.
    7. Impacted wisdom teeth can undo the effects of braces, bridges, crowns, partial dentures, or any type of dental work.
    8. Cysts can form around new teeth. If they aren’t treated, they can hollow out your jaw and damage nerves.
    9. That extra set of molars can push your other teeth around, causing mouth pain and bite problems.
    10. Most importantly, wisdom teeth removal in Sydney gives you ‘Peace of Mind’.

    Once you’ve decided to remove your wisdom teeth, it is important to consult with a Sydney wisdom teeth removal specialist for better results.