Do Wisdom Teeth Need To Be Removed?
, I want to ask, in the case of Malocclusion Class III which is accompanied by an open bite as happened to me, do you need to revoke Third Mollar in treatment? Is the growing third mollar that causes my lower jaw to advance? And can maintenance be continued without the need to revoke the third mollar? thanks.
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Are you currently undergoing dental treatment at the dentist?
Basically the third molar or the so-called wisdom teeth do not have to always be removed. This tooth needs to be removed if:
oblique growth or insufficient growth place because other teeth are too full of the jaw and teething space, both can cause impaction of the teeth or teeth can not come out or cause other teeth to push and fall apart for cosmetic reasons (for example because if these teeth are allowed to grow will shift other teeth and cause changes in the composition of the teeth) To find out more whether your third molars should be removed or not, you should discuss with your dentist. Your dentist who checks and measures your jaw and the composition of your teeth and your dentist also knows more clearly the position of your third molar (if not yet grown you will be advised to do a panoramic x-ray of the tooth to see the position of the third molar). Follow the advice given by your dentist to get the maximum braces treatment results.
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