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Wisdom teeth are the last set of teeth that grows to complete the adulthood set of 32 teeth. They grow at the farthest end of your mouth just after the molars, both on the lower and upper jaws. Mostly, wisdom teeth erupt when you're in your early twenties or late teens.
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Wisdom teeth surgery can be a daunting task for a lot of people. Just the word "surgery" can tense up the shoulders and lead to anxiety. But the consequences of letting wisdom teeth stick around for too long are too serious to ignore.
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The hard part is over and your wisdom teeth are removed! Now you may be wondering what to eat post-oral surgery. After your wisdom teeth removal, eating is important to maintain your strength, energy, and healing.
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Your dentist told you it is time to get your wisdom teeth removed and the fateful day is rapidly approaching. It is normal to feel nervous before any kind of surgery. The good thing is that wisdom teeth removal is a fairly simple procedure that can be done right in your oral surgeon's office.
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Do you find yourself biting your nails when you are feeling anxious? Or maybe you like to gnaw on your pencil while you work. While both of these habits may seem trivial, they have the potential to do a lot of harm to your teeth. Here at Boise Oral Surgery & Dental Implant Center, we know how important a patient’s smile can be, and we want to ensure your smile stays healthy and bright.
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