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Wisdom Teeth: What Happens if They Aren't Removed?

Blog • 15th Oct, 18 • 0 Comments

 

 

Wisdom teeth removal is an outpatient procedure performed on 5 million Americans each year. And the fact is, it's not uncommon for adults to have their wisdom teeth removed, simply because there's usually only enough room in the mouth for 28 teeth. But it's not always easy to determine when your wisdom teeth actually need to come out, and this can cause many people to...

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4 Undeniable Signs That Your Wisdom Teeth Are Impacted and Ready For Extraction

Blog • 12th Oct, 18 • 0 Comments

 

 

Wisdom teeth are the last adult teeth to come into the mouth (erupt). Most people have four wisdom teeth at the back of the mouth -- two on the top, two on the bottom. While most licensed dentists recognize the signs that indicate that wisdom teeth removal procedure is necessary, it's not uncommon for wisdom teeth to become impacted prior to extraction. Impacted wisdom teeth are third molars at the back...

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Braces VS. Invisalign: Is One Better Than the Other?

Blog • 9th Oct, 18 • 0 Comments

 

More than half of the adult U.S. population surveyed over age 50 agree that a smile is the one physical feature that stays the most attractive as we age, according to a survey by the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry. And while there are many different aspects to positive oral health, correcting misalignment and bite issues can have medical benefits in addition to aesthetic benefits. The most common forms of aligners that general dentists...

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