When this happens, you might feel some pain or discomfort, so the best thing to do is to visit your dentist. The dentist will probably take an x-ray of your mouth to see how – or if – your wisdom teeth are coming through.
From this, they will be able to make a judgment on whether or not to take them out, and how easy or difficult it might be.
Having a tooth out is the same as having an operation and, because of this, you must look after the area to speed healing and to reduce the risk of infection. Here are some pointers:
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