The third molars, often called wisdom teeth, can cause a variety of problems, especially if they get hit or get stuck inside the jaw. Let's find out the immeasurable harms of not pulling wisdom teeth out.

The wisdom teeth are the third molars in the mouth, which may not need to be extracted if they:
• Healthy (no infections, no cavities ...)
• Fully grown (normal growth)
• Grows properly and do not collide with their adjacent teeth
• Can be well cleaned with oral hygiene.

If not removed wisdom teeth cause the following problems:

1. Crammed teeth

Many patients have smaller mouths and jaws, not enough room for the third molars to grow properly. If these teeth erupt, an overload can occur. Your teeth will begin to shift or overlap, and wisdom that comes up after orthodontic can cause displacement of your teeth and interfere with the work done.

2. Wise teeth erupt

When wisdom teeth become skewed, they get stuck under the contour of your gums. Ingrown wisdom teeth bring nagging pain that is very uncomfortable and can lead to abscesses and infections. The impact and dislocation can lead to decay and loss of healthy teeth.

Sometimes, if the wisdom teeth are not properly monitored, their development may shift parallel to the arch of the jaw. They can also shift backward and eventually interfere with opening and closing your jaw.

Deviated wisdom teeth are a disorder in which the third molar (wisdom tooth) is prevented from coming into the mouth. This can be caused by a physical barrier, such as other teeth, or when the tooth deviates from its vertical position. Completely erupting wisdom teeth usually have no symptoms, although they can sometimes develop into cysts or cysts. Partially deviated wisdom teeth can lead to tooth decay or peritonitis, and dentists often recommend removing wisdom teeth as often as possible.

3. The greater risk of oral infections 

Even a wisdom tooth that comes in the right place can make it harder to care for your teeth. This can lead to the growth of more bacteria and cause health problems later in life.

Wisdom teeth are also subject to decay and are affected by much more negative problems than your remaining teeth.
Teeth that appear on the gum surface can usually be removed at the dentist's in the same way as any other extraction. Affected teeth are usually handled by an oral surgeon.

According to the American Dental Association, removal of wisdom teeth may be necessary if you experience the following problems:
• Persistent toothache
• Infections, tooth decay
• Damage to nearby teeth
• Gum disease.


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