Wisdom teeth are third molars, found far back in the mouth.
Wisdom teeth can become impacted, or stuck beneath the bone or gum. In some people, impaction may cause no symptoms. In other people, impaction may cause discomfort or pain.
Some dentists claim that impaction works its mischief surreptitiously, causing irreversible damage before the dentist or patient notices anything wrong - unless the impacted teeth are pulled first. Many dentists extract all impacted wisdom teeth, regardless of...
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