Unfortunately, when wisdom teeth will begin to erupt cannot be predicted. While it is true that they more commonly come in from the ages of 16 to 25, the fact is that they could come in before or even after these ages. While we can’t predict when they will begin to come in, we can notice their signs before they can begin to cause problems. Today, Dr. Andre Hughes is blogging to speak to Toronto area patients about the warning signs that should be watched for. With this information, you will be better able to determine when you may want to begin looking into wisdom tooth extraction treatment.
Many people are actually born without wisdom teeth. While this is lucky for them, the rest of us are not as fortunate. Chances are very high that at some point, you will have to deal with wisdom teeth. This is generally not something that can be ignored as these teeth, if allowed to erupt, can cause many problems for your oral health.
Fortunately, you won’t be blind to your incoming wisdom teeth. In fact, there are some signs you should keep your eyes out for if you are wondering if it’s time to have your wisdom teeth extracted:
If you experience a combination of these symptoms, then chances are your wisdom teeth might be coming in. In this case, you should begin thinking about having them removed. Wisdom teeth can have many negative effects on your teeth, potentially causing crookedness and tooth decay. By having these teeth removed early, you can ensure that you experience none of these negative side-effects.
If you are currently residing in or near the Toronto, ON area, and feel that your wisdom teeth are starting to come in, then we advise you to consider contacting our office and scheduling a no-obligation consultation with Dr. Andre Hughes. During this consultation, Dr. Hughes will examine your oral health and find out the condition of your wisdom teeth. At this time, he will recommend a wisdom tooth extraction if necessary. We can’t wait to hear from you soon!
Dr. Andre Hughes
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