If you’re someone who has gotten wisdom teeth – not everyone does! – then you have more than likely heard that you should have your wisdom teeth removed. Wisdom teeth removal is one of the most common procedures, with over 90% of adult Americans having gotten their wisdom teeth removed. But if you get wisdom teeth in the first place, why remove them? They wouldn’t come in if they didn’t serve a purpose, right? Here’s what you need to know about wisdom teeth removal.
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