Impacted teeth are pretty common, and happen with a tooth that doesn’t grow out, or erupt, naturally continues growing under the gum instead. If you have an impacted tooth, you’ll need to consult an experienced oral surgeon to ensure the success of the procedure and full, quick recovery. In this article we’ll explore the most important things you need to know about treating impacted teeth.
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