Be wise and have them removed
It is recommended people get their wisdom teeth out since they pose many potential problems.
Generally, this happens during the young adult years. For many, having wisdom teeth extracted is an easy choice.
But for others, not so much.
Are you nervous about having your wisdom teeth pulled?
If you are, you should find comfort in knowing, most people experience little interruption to their regular schedule. Following treatment, you may feel like resting, and it’s a good idea to take it easy. But, in most cases, you’ll be able to go about your day to day activities without any major changes to your routine.
If that’s not enough to put your mind at ease and you still have some anxiety, you might want to consider one of the forms sedation dentistry now available.
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It doesn’t matter if you want to “just take the edge off” or be “totally unaware”, there are options to allow you to have the experience you need to get your procedure done.
You should discuss this with your dentist and make certain the dentist and staff are trained in all levels of sedation.
Sure, you may grow wiser with age and experience, but those wisdom teeth have nothing to do with it. The best thing you can do is to have them removed. Now that you know there’s a comfortable way to do it, eliminating any fear you may have…there’s no reason not to.
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