Their removal:The removal of wisdom teeth, which could not break through, is a surgical intervention. However, it can be carried out in a painless way with local anaesthesia. There can be tumescenes and a partial trismus. Then it is useful to have a rest for some days. It is possible to remove more wisdom teeth together with general anaesthesia.
Causes of problems:
Due to lack of space, the whole dentition may pile up towards the centre line. Piling up dentition can cause many other disadvantages besides aesthetic spectacle. A wisdom tooth, which could not break through the bone, may cause cyst in the jawbone or serious inflammation, because scraps stuck in the pocket between the tooth and the gum may cause bacterial inflammation. Besides this, such pockets spoils oral hygiene and can be a reason for bad breath.