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Do You Really Need to Get Your Wisdom Teeth Pulled? - HDMaza.pw

Jan 12, 2018 16,076 816 1,858,710

Wisdom teeth come out between the ages of 12 to 25, and some doctors recommend having them removed. But is it necessary? Do we really need to get our wisdom teeth pulled? In some cases, there is absolutely no need to remove your wisdom teeth. If they don’t interfere with the normal functioning of neighboring teeth, it means that your mouth is big enough to accommodate all four of your wisdom teeth. The same is true if they’re straight and not at an angle to their neighbors, which can create hard-to-reach places for bacteria to grow. If there isn't enough space in the mouth and all adjacent teeth are already snug as it is, the erupting wisdom tooth brings the risk of damaging the nearby teeth. In this case, it’ll cause pain in your whole mouth and problems with chewing! Poor oral hygiene because of stuck food in wisdom teeth that didn’t’ fully come in can cause a large buildup of bacteria, which can lead to even more problems like oral cavity diseases. Most dentists agree that the younger you are when you have your wisdom teeth removed, the better. After you turn 25, all the bone tissues have formed completely. This means that the teeth are more difficult to remove, and the surrounding tissues heal more slowly. After you’ve had your wisdom teeth removed, the best post-op diet for you is milkshakes and ice cream. These foods are soft and cold, which is good because it soothes the pain. TIMESTAMPS When you DON'T NEED to have your wisdom teeth pulled 0:46 When you NEED to get your wisdom teeth extracted 1:18 Can you keep your wisdom teeth? 2:55 What to DO after the surgery 4:14 What NOT TO DO after the surgery 4:55 Fun facts about wisdom teeth 5:25 Music: Closer - MegaEnx is licensed under a Creative Commons license (https://creativecommons.org...) SUMMARY -You don’t need to remove healthy fully grown wisdom teeth that stand straight and don’t interfere with the normal functioning of neighboring teeth. -In case they’re completely hidden under the gums and can’t erupt through the surface, didn't fully come in and there isn't enough space in the mouth and all adjacent teeth are already snug as it is, the erupting wisdom tooth brings the risk of damaging the nearby teeth. You should also remove wisdom teeth if tumors have formed, there’s inflammation in the gums and tooth decay. -There's nothing wrong with keeping your wisdom teeth if you regularly visit a dentist and get x-rays of your jaw. In this case, you can learn about a potential problem, like improper wisdom tooth growth. -After the surgery, exercise the jaw by opening and closing your mouth. Eat soft foods like soup, pasta, mashed potatoes and so on. Drink lots of liquids. Start brushing your teeth only the next day after the surgery. Do it very delicately. -Do not smoke, don’t be too active and harsh while rinsing your mouth. Do not eat sticky or hard food. It can disturb or scratch your wound. Do not drink through a straw. -35% of people are born without wisdom teeth. Wisdom teeth are the only teeth that aren't formed in the womb. Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Our Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/br... Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/b... SMART Youtube: https://goo.gl/JTfP6L 5-Minute Crafts Youtube: https://www.goo.gl/8JVmuC Have you ever seen a talking slime? Here he is – Slick Slime Sam: https://goo.gl/zarVZo ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For more videos and articles visit: http://www.brightside.me/

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