Why Wisdom Teeth are Removed

Because wisdom teeth are difficult to clean because they are located far back in the mouth and have not fully erupted, bacteria, plaque, and food debris may accumulate around them, causing pain, swelling, gum infection, and decay in the wisdom teeth and surrounding teeth.

The following are the most prevalent reasons for wisdom tooth removal:

Pericronitis is a recurring infection of the gums around the wisdom teeth.

Wisdom tooth decay that cannot be filled.

An abscess is caused by a wisdom tooth.

Periodontal disease refers to disease of the tissues around the tooth.

Formation of a cyst around a wisdom teeth.

A wisdom tooth is producing issues with a denture.

Prior to undergoing jaw surgery

If someone is going to a place where Specialist Dental Services are few, it may be a good idea to get wisdom teeth out beforehand.

According to a study conducted by the American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons and the Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Foundation, wisdom teeth should be extracted when the patient is a young adult to avoid future issues and to guarantee maximum healing. The researchers discovered that older people are more likely to develop disease, such as periodontitis in the tissues around the third molars and adjacent teeth. It's also easier to remove teeth in young adults since the jaw bone is less dense and the tooth roots haven't fully matured and aren't as close to the nerves that supply sensation to the lip, tongue, and chin. It is expected that approximately 85% of third molars will need to be extracted at some point.

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