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Wisdom Tooth Discomfort Needs Professional Intervention

The average adolescent has four vestigial third molars lingering deep in the gums at the back of their mouth. These wisdom teeth typically attempt to erupt from the gums in the late teenage years. As this starts to happen your son or daughter will likely complain of discomfort in the gums and a possible dull ache in their jaw muscles.... read more »

Wisdom Teeth: Removing the Third Molars for a Healthier Smile

Your wisdom teeth are not always welcome in your smile. This is because there isn't always room for them in the mouth when they try to come in. As the last of your teeth to erupt, these third molars usually make their debut in the teen year or young adult years. Much of the time, by then the dental arch... read more »

Wisdom Teeth

Wisdom teeth, unfortunately have nothing to do with wisdom. They are called “wisdom teeth” because they usually come in later in life, often during a person’s late teens or early twenties. Sometimes they are referred to as “third molars.” Wisdom teeth don’t always need to be removed. If they are healthy, there is enough room for them in the mouth,... read more »