Did you know that nearly 35% of people don’t ever get wisdom teeth? For those that do, it is very common to experience impacted wisdom teeth. Come in today for a free consult and exam, we can help! http://www.perfectsmilethousandoaks.com/
This is the reason impacted wisdom teeth should be removed? If you cannot properly clean them, they will most likely, eventually get cavities and/or gum disease. The arrows point to the decay (cavities). #Dentistry #PatientEducation Google+
This is why impacted wisdom teeth need to be removed. Here a probable dentigerous cyst around the impacted wisdom tooth is now affecting otherwise normal healthy teeth. http://www.dentaltown.com/MessageBoard/thread.aspx?s=2&f=303&t=202072&pg=19&r=3557764 Dentaltown - Patient Education Ideas
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This is why partially impacted wisdom teeth need to be removed. They provide a pocket that cannot be cleaned with regular brushing and flossing which provided a gum disease periodontal infection to the remaining teeth which can eventually cause a cellulitis and abscess. Dentaltown - Patient Education Ideas
Yes—veneers can be used to correct minor bite problems. They are also great for gaps and fractured teeth, and of course, for whitening discolored teeth that don’t respond to other brightening treatments. http://skyline-dentalcentre.ca/