mouth between the ages of 17 and 21 years usually. Since these teeth are the last teeth to erupt into the mouth, they may erupt into the mouth without enough space to accommodate them, or they erupt into the mouth with complications.Some people may live their entire life without any wisdom teeth issues. However, others will require that some or all of the wisdom teeth be extracted due to pain or other complications.
Signs That You May Need Your Wisdom Teeth Removed:
- Pain or pressure: – if you feel a sensation of pressure or pain in the area of your wisdom teeth, you may need to have them removed.
- Unpleasant Odours: – due to the difficulty that comes with reaching the wisdom teeth while brushing and flossing, it may be hard to keep them clean. Bacteria and food debris can get stuck around the gums and teeth and cause a foul odour as well as a bad taste in the mouth when swallowing or eating
- Swelling and bleeding: – If you experience swelling and bleeding, it is likely that there is an infection or inflammation in the area. It may be best to remove the teeth to prevent these issues from occurring again.