If you are between the ages of 17 and 25 years, chances are your wisdom teeth (also known as your third molars) are beginning to erupt in the back of your mouth. In rare cases, the mouth can be large enough to accommodate them. However, it’s far more common that even just one erupting wisdom tooth can cause problems for your oral health
. If this is the case, we’ll examine your erupting wisdom teeth, then schedule to have them extracted to prevent any potential complications.