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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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It might seem a bit frightening to think about getting your wisdom teeth removed. Most of us don't love surgeries, especially not when they involve our mouths. Even so, we all know it's necessary at some point. The next question is: where do you go? There are a few key factors you should take into consideration when you're looking for the perfect oral surgeon.
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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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When you hear the words wisdom teeth, you probably don't know much about them, except for the fact that they often need to be removed. More people have probably heard stories about the surgery, but don't really know much else about the process of wisdom teeth extraction.
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One of the reasons people visit dental clinics is to seek solutions owing to painful, misaligned, and extra-sensitive teeth. As per experts, the eruption of wisdom teeth can not only cause pain but also misalignment of adjacent teeth.
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Having an extra pair of molars can be a source of pain and discomfort, especially when they are not removed early. These teeth rarely grow out of the gums. That is the reason some people do not even realize they have them.
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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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Fall is here, and sports fans and players couldn’t be happier. With many sports such as football, soccer, and basketball getting started, now is an ideal time to educate yourself about sports-related facial trauma injuries. Sports-related injuries are one of the most common causes of facial trauma in children and adults alike.
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