Growing up throughout high school everyone goes through the fear and the doubts of getting their wisdom teeth removed. For most it’s a necessary procedure to have done. Wisdom teeth are your third back molars in the very back of your mouth, they are the last teeth to grow.
Not every person needs to have them removed, some people still have them and have no problems at all. If you do keep them you just must watch for signs and risks. Make sure to undergo exams and x-rays to assure that there aren’t any issues. Although this isn’t the case for everyone, most people end up having to get them removed.
The thought of getting them removed sounds scary! But in all honesty, it’s such an easy procedure that hundreds and thousands of teens and young adults go through. Most of the reasons people get them removed is due to discomfort, pain, and crowding of the teeth.
Don’t worry too much about the pain or whether you’ll need to keep them. Always listen to your dentist! They examine your teeth and with your check-ups they’ll always keep you updated and tell you what the next step is. They know all the risks and dangers, keep in mind the advice they give you each visit. Make sure to evaluate all your options and be aware of what’s going on inside of your mouth.