Wisdom tooth removal is a common procedure. Your third molars make an appearance in your latter teen years or your early 20s. Some people won’t have an issue with these molars, while others will have what are called impacted wisdom teeth.
Impacted wisdom teeth almost always need to be removed, as they’ll cause issues with your smile if left intact. As our jaws get smaller through evolution, we have less room for our wisdom teeth, and the majority of people will need to have them taken out.
What should you expect following a wisdom tooth extraction?
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