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01 Mar 2023

7 Proven Tips to Quickly Recover from Wisdom Teeth Pain

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Published on: 01 March, 2023
Wisdom teeth, also known as third molars, are the last set of teeth to emerge in the back of the mouth. They typically appear between the ages of 17 and 25, and for many people, they can cause a lot of pain and discomfort. Wisdom teeth can become impacted, meaning they don’t have enough room to fully emerge, causing pain, swelling, and infection. In some cases, the only way to alleviate wisdom teeth pain is through wisdom tooth removal.

01 May 2022

Warning Signs: How to Identify Impacted Wisdom Teeth

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Published on: 01 May, 2022
Impacted wisdom teeth occur when the teeth don’t break through the gum line. This causes them to grow at an uncomfortable angle and press into other teeth, the back of your mouth or jawbone. Partially impacted teeth barely break through the gums while fully impacted wisdom teeth don’t break through at all.

Let’s explore the signs of impacted wisdom teeth, what complications they cause and how Divine Dental of Vancouver can help. We keep patient education and comfort at the centre of everything we do.

03 Jan 2022

Is It Time to Extract Your Wisdom Teeth? What You Should Know About Wisdom Teeth Removal

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Published on: 03 January, 2022
Many of us are blessed to have relatively mild dentist visits for a majority of our adolescence (minus maybe a few cavities). For someone who hasn’t experienced extensive dental work or oral surgery, it can create anxiety when your dentist mentions wisdom teeth removal in Vancouver.

If your dentist recommends getting your wisdom teeth removed, you should trust their medical expertise and get it done. To ease your nerves, learn about wisdom teeth and why you should remove them.

13 May 2021

Tooth Pain Could Be an Infection. Learn About Wisdom Teeth Treatment

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Published on: 01 May, 2021

Are you experiencing pain in the back of your mouth?
You may be suffering from an issue with a wisdom tooth.It’s not uncommon for people to experience wisdom tooth problems.
If you’re struggling with wisdom tooth pain, you may have an infection and you may require a wisdom teeth treatment.