Wisdom teeth grow up in the back of your gums and they are the last teeth in line. They usually grow in the gums during the late teens or early twenties.
Sometimes there is a lack of space in the mouth of wisdom to grow properly and may occur at an angle or only partially appear.
Regular dental visits are important during the teens and early 20s.
If you visit your dentist regularly, all problems will be seen sooner.
Not all wisdom teeth should be removed. If there is a possibility your wisdom teeth cause problems, it is easier to remove them when you’re young. This is because the roots of the teeth are not fully developed yet, and the bone around the teeth has a lesser density.
Why are important wisdom teeth?
The teeth are associated with many body systems. Wisdom teeth are directly connected to the small intestine and in the pituitary gland. In fact, almost half of the sensory and motor nerves in the outer layer of the brain are linked to the face and mouth.
This means that every time you remove a tooth, acupuncture meridians affected in a negative way, because the energy flow is interrupted.
This so-called acupuncture meridian system, which is part of traditional Chinese medicine for over 5,000 years, confirmed the connection between the teeth, vertebrae, spinal column, joints, endocrine glands and all organs of the body.
For 30 years, Dr. Jay Friedman has been on a crusade, to stop a wave of removal of wisdom teeth, which he said is one of the most brazen examples of unnecessary medical procedures.
In 2007, Friedman published a study in which he was estimated that at least two-thirds of millions of wisdom teeth removed every year, may and should have stayed in place, but instead they were removed from the unfounded fears of that, what would happen in some other way.
Some experts, however,claims, that there are several other reasons to remove wisdom teeth.
If they have symptoms such as pain, infection, cavities are difficult to clean, have serious malposition, etc., it is best to remove them in time.
They may be the cause for the removal of other teeth, that is a “semi-affected” because it is a higher risk of infection and decay.
In summary, often cause the removal of wisdom teeth, when not growing enough, but the reason is mainly, to not affect other teeth or to prevent the development of pathology, (cysts, tumors, resorption (wear) of the adjacent teeth).
Removal is not intended to prevent the movement of other teeth