Sometimes it seems like wisdom teeth are shrouded in mystery. They’re a vestigial remnant from our ancestors whose diets included roots and other hard-to-chew foods, but they serve no modern purpose. Read our blog post to find out if you need your wisdom teeth removed.
When it comes to dental damage and decay, we try to avoid tooth extraction, if possible, but sometimes it is just unavoidable. Check out our blog post where we discuss some of the situations in which removing the tooth is the only option.
Wisdom teeth tend to emerge when you’re between the ages of 17 and 25. Since humans now eat a much softer diet than their stone-aged predecessors, these teeth have become nearly useless. Read our blog post to learn why it is important to get your wisdom teeth removed.
Wisdom teeth are the last molars to come in. If you have wisdom teeth, they will most likely need to be removed at some point. Check out our blog post for wisdom teeth symptoms you shouldn’t ignore.