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Most people have four wisdom teeth, some have one, two or three and some people have no wisdom teeth.
Often there is little space at the rear of the jaws to accommodate wisdom teeth leading to the tooth becoming wedged or “impacted”. Some impacted wisdom teeth remain buried and cause no trouble. However, other impacted wisdom teeth may cause severe problems and must be removed before causing complications in other areas of the mouth.
Removal of a wisdom tooth is a very common procedure and should be done as soon as possible before the problems get worse. If your wisdom teeth are likely to be difficult or complicated to remove, we may refer you to an oral and maxillofacial surgeon, someone specially trained in surgery of the mouth, teeth, gums and jaws.
Dr Hollander has over 15 years experience with wisdom teeth treatment – removing wisdom teeth and can offer these services either in the chair with gas or at Hospital under General Anaesthesia.
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