Wisdom Tooth Removal Back

Wisdom teeth tend to cause more problems than any other tooth in the mouth. They usually break the gum tissue and grow in a crooked manner or become impacted underneath the gum. In about 90% of the population, at least one tooth remains underneath the gum causing future problems, from small to large. Even if you don't show any of the typical symptoms such as headaches, ear aches, pain in the face, neck, throat or teeth can occur if your wisdom teeth are not removed. At times, other teeth become so damaged that they cannot be repaired. Some teeth if they stay long enough, can cause pain and infections that make the problem worse.