The last time you probably had teeth come out of your gums was when you were a child getting your set of adult teeth. Wisdom teeth are usually the last teeth adults grow, and the age of people experiencing their wisdom teeth coming in can vary greatly.
Generally, wisdom teeth will come in for most people between the ages of 17 and 25. Occasionally, people will have them come in before or after these ages, but it is not common.
Wisdom teeth can come in various ways, and for most people they do not come in properly. It is common for people to experience wisdom teeth that grown in sideways or wisdom teeth that do not even break through the gum. Erupted wisdom teeth are easy to spot with the right knowledge, and we can provide that. The most common sign of an erupting wisdom tooth is pain in the back of the mouth. The pain in the back of the mouth may also be accompanied with blood in your spit depending on the stage of eruption.
What We Will Provide
First, it is important to come into our office if you think you are experiencing erupting wisdom teeth. We can provide the first steps and examination to getting your wisdom teeth removed. Most people need their wisdom teeth removed due to how they have grown in the mouth. If left alone, wisdom teeth can cause a lot of damage to the inside of your mouth. We will provide consultation on the best course of action for removing your wisdom teeth. Not all wisdom teeth are made the same and different techniques may be necessary to remove them. We will provide the information you need as well as how your wisdom teeth will be removed.
Even if you are not sure if your wisdom teeth have erupted, it may be necessary to come in for a visit if you are experiencing pain or problems eating. For your visit, we can identify the problem and give you a course of action to take to resolve the issue. We are always happy to take any questions or concerns you have, so give us a visit if you would like more information about your oral health.
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