In most cases, the mouth is simply not large enough to accommodate a single wisdom tooth, let alone four. However, many patients experience their eruption, which can lead to significant setbacks in their oral health. In rare cases, wisdom teeth can erupt with no problems whatsoever. However, if you’re noticing discomfort in the back of your mouth, we’ll confirm if your wisdom teeth are erupting and provide our detailed recommendation on what you should do next, including an explanation of wisdom tooth extractions in Kaufman.
Most of the time, wisdom teeth will erupt sometime between the ages of 18 and 25. If you start to experience chronic discomfort in the back of the mouth that does not go away, it likely means your teeth are beginning to erupt through your gum tissue. If you begin to develop swelling as well as a fever, it’s as a sign that an infection is developing inside your tooth, which is a dental emergency that requires immediate attention.
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