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Topic Title: Wisdom teeth removal: Need help!
Created On: 03/14/2017 12:32 AM
 
 06/03/2017 04:40 AM

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varana

<p>&#160;Well&#160;the decision is up to you. Wisdom teeth that cause minimal crowding&#160;and don&#8217;t hurt are fine to keep, but a lot of dentists will recommend that they be removed. Why? They are very susceptible to cavities and are not easily cleansable. If your wisdom teeth have cavities and you cannot clean them due to their location, filling the cavities is unwise because you&#8217;ll continue to develop more cavities. The easiest way to avoid this problem is to remove the wisdom teeth altogether.</p>
 03/14/2017 12:32 AM

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camyjohn43

<p>So I'm getting all 4 of my wisdom teeth out in 2 days from a dental clinic in Burlington. To be frank I'm very much [url=http://www.pearldentalburlington.com/services-wisdom_teeth]worried about wisdom teeth removal[/url] as I over think the situation and makes my mind uneasy.&#160;</p>
<p>I'm not worried about teeth extraction but the after effects of extraction bothers me. I'm not sure of what to expect after the procedure. Has anyone here undergone this procedure? How did it go and what drugs did they give you? I'm looking forward to your reply. &#160;&#160;</p>

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