Reasons why you should not extract your Wisdom Tooth
Don’t be surprised when late in life during your twenties you start teething again. Yes teething, because you will undoubtedly feel the same sensations of pain and nagging discomfort all because of your new wisdom teeth.
Wisdom tooth erupt in the extreme corner of our jaws and be happy at undergoing such an experience because if you don’t, your liable to get impacted teeth. In such cases dentists may advise an extraction. However, medical studies have now found that an extraction isn’t wise unless absolutely necessary as wisdom tooth influence your body and holds a lot of significance.
1 What exactly are wisdom teeth?
Wisdom teeth are third molars which can be either two or four erupting in the extreme corners of the oral cavity in the early twenties. Some people may also experience eruptions later in their thirties. Additional wisdom teeth, which are rare are called supernumerary teeth.
Your dentist will feel that wisdom teeth are useless and in the event of problems won’t hesitate to tell you to have it extracted, but hang on!! Always get a second opinion. Even though wisdom teeth tend to interfere with your gums and give you a hard time, still as long as it isn’t a problem, it should be allowed to remain. Even though at times you may feel mild discomfort, the symptoms subside.