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  • Infected Wisdom teeth Ogden UT

    How Do I Know If My Wisdom Teeth Are Infected?

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    Wisdom tooth removal is generally a preventative process, meaning that the removal takes place prior to any pain and dental complications occurring. Impacted wisdom teeth can cause a variety of problems down the road, misaligning teeth and causing infection, so most dental experts agree that […]

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  • Wisdom Teeth Removal Ogden

    The Causes of Pain With Wisdom Teeth

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    Wisdom teeth cause people a lot of trouble, even with proper oral hygiene. For this reason, it is recommended by most dentists that wisdom teeth be removed in the teen years, before problems worsen. When people recount their wisdom tooth removal story, pain is often […]

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  • Wisdom Teeth Removal Logan Utah

    What Can Happen When Wisdom Teeth Aren’t Removed?

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    It is common for teens or young adults to have their wisdom teeth removed; this can prevent future problems in the mouth. But what are the specific risks of NOT having impacted wisdom teeth removed? First, when wisdom teeth are partially erupted, meaning they tooth […]

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  • Wisdom Teeth Removal Ogden Utah

    What to Eat After Wisdom Tooth Removal

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    Wisdom teeth are the last set of permanent adult teeth to grow in. They are typically removed if they cause crowding of surrounding teeth or if they are impacted, meaning they do not emerge through the gums properly. After having wisdom teeth extracted, one question […]

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    Do All Wisdom Teeth Need to Be Removed?

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    Wisdom teeth are so named because they come to us a little later in life than our other teeth (typically erupting by ages 16-23). Even though most of us aren’t fully wise by that time, nor do the teeth seem to make us any wiser, […]

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    Tips For Wisdom Tooth Removal Recovery

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    Everyone is going to react a little differently to wisdom tooth extraction, because we’re all built a little differently, and because we all react to oral surgery a little differently. For example, some people may have waited longer than others to have their wisdom teeth […]

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    Steps to Prevent and Treat Muscle Stiffness- Or Trismus

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    No one wants a locked jaw! (And, believe me, you DON’T have tetanus.) Occasionally following oral surgery (or other injuries to the face or head area), muscles of the jaws can become very tense and restricted. This, of course, makes it very difficult to to […]

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  • Wto Extraction

    Words of Wisdom, For Post-Wisdom Tooth Extraction

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    Fortunately, surgical dentistry has been around for over 100 years, and safe wisdom tooth surgery has become a common practice. By itself, this fact has saved countless patients much pain and suffering, besides saving them from serious wisdom teeth problems. Most patients have few if any complications […]

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    What is An Impacted Wisdom Tooth?

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    The simplest definition of an impacted tooth is: when a tooth doesn’t fully enter the mouth. Usually the tooth doesn’t come in straight or have enough room to break through the gums. According to the American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons, about 90 percent […]

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