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What Age Should You Get Your Wisdom Teeth Removed?

Posted on May 20, 2021

Most people assume (and they would not be wrong) that majority undergo wisdom teeth removal surgery during their teenage years or early 2 years of their 20s. Any good dentist in Vaughan will tell you the ideal time to undergo wisdom teeth removal surgery is when the roots of the wisdom teeth haven’t yet fully developed, where there is roughly...

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10 Soft Foods You Can Eat After Wisdom Teeth Removal

Posted on Mar 19, 2021

Wisdom teeth are the third set of molars that usually emerge in the late teens or early twenties. Unfortunately, most people’s wisdom teeth are unable to emerge due to crowding at the back of the mouth. Wisdom teeth that are unable to emerge are considered impacted and will require removal to avoid overcrowding, pain, and infection. Most...

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A Guide to Wisdom Teeth Removal

Posted on Jan 28, 2021

Wisdom teeth are the final set of molars to grow into an adult human’s mouth. Despite their name, wisdom teeth are not essential, and you do not need them for chewing, speaking, or swallowing. These molars usually emerge during the late-teens or early-twenties and can grow in without any complications. However, for some, wisdom teeth are...

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Sedation Dentistry for Wisdom Teeth Removal

Posted on Dec 16, 2020

Despite their name, wisdom teeth are not important for either our intelligence or the function of our teeth. In fact, most people will get their wisdom teeth removed at some point in their lifetime. This is usually due to the mouth being too crowded for the wisdom teeth or the teeth emerging at an angle that causes pain and discomfort. No matter...

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How Does a Tooth Extraction Work?

Posted on Nov 11, 2020

Although we all prefer to keep our natural teeth, sadly this is not always possible. Over time, teeth become damaged and decayed and may ultimately need to be removed. Many different issues can result in tooth extraction, but the general process is quick and easy. Most dentists can do standard tooth extraction procedures including wisdom teeth...

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What to Expect From Wisdom Teeth Removal Surgery

Posted on Oct 07, 2020

Wisdom teeth are the last set of molars in adults that usually emerge during the late teens or early twenties. For some people, wisdom teeth will grow in like other molars without any issues. For others, wisdom teeth might not be able to grow due to crowding or gum issues. In this case, you may require wisdom teeth removal. Thankfully, this is a...

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What Will Happen If I Don't Remove My Wisdom Teeth?

Posted on Aug 06, 2020

For most people, wisdom teeth develop during the late teenage years or the early twenties. In many cases, the teeth grow in naturally, and without any real problem. There are times, however, when wisdom teeth present complications while growing in. This may indicate that wisdom teeth removal may be necessary in the future. When wisdom teeth...

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3 Signs You Need Your Wisdom Teeth Removed

Posted on Jul 17, 2020

While most of our adult teeth grow in at a young age, Wisdom Teeth are our last molars that tend to grow in between the ages of 17 and 21. When wisdom teeth begin to grow they can often shift other teeth in the mouth that can impact the alignment of your teeth and jaw.  Wisdom teeth removal is one of the most common routine mouth surgeries...

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Root Canal Post Treatment Care and Tips

Posted on Jun 23, 2020

Root canal surgery has come quite a long way over the years. It’s safe and effective while providing excellent long lasting results. Patients looking for a root canal dentist in Vaughan and Woodbridge can rely on Dr. Lloyd Pedvis for a high level of expertise in the field. Dr. Pedvis is a root canal dentist at the Mackenzie Dental Centre,...

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5 Tips to Help You Recover from Wisdom Teeth Removal

Posted on Jun 10, 2020

Wisdom teeth removal is one of the most common mouth surgeries in the world. That’s because these third molars tend to develop later in life than the rest of your teeth, often leaving little to no room in your mouth. Wisdom teeth can grow crooked or at an angle possibly disrupting your other teeth. Because of this, it is usually required for...

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