What Are Impacted Wisdom Teeth and Why Remove Them?

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Wisdom teeth are the third set of molars at the back of your mouth and are the youngest of all your teeth. The rest of your teeth emerge when you are still young. For instance, your two front teeth or central incisors erupt when you are six or eight months old.
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Your Ultimate Guide to Dental Implant Surgery Recovery

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Living with dentures or missing teeth is tough. Not only do you have to adjust the way you chew and smile, but you are probably self-conscious about your appearance, too. If you have been thinking about getting a dental implant for a while now but have been afraid of how life would be like afterward, this article should be able to help you decide.
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7 Tips to Recover from Wisdom Teeth Removal Faster

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Every year, our doctors at SF Oral Surgery see hundreds of teens and young adults who want or need to have wisdom teeth removal. These pesky molars not only cause pain and discomfort for many, but they also interfere with the aesthetic appearance of your smile.
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How Many Teeth Can be Replaced with Dental Implants?

At SF Oral Surgery in San Francisco, our doctors specialize in the placement of dental implants that provide patients with the most advanced dental technology available. This state-of-the-art tooth-replacement option creates the groundwork to place prosthetic, natural-looking teeth for patients who have lost one or two teeth, or even an entire mouthful of teeth....
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Should I Have All My Wisdom Teeth Removed at Once?

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Our doctors at SF Oral Surgery meet with hundreds of San Francisco patients every year to discuss wisdom teeth removal. These frustrating (and painful) molars can wreak havoc for many, whether you have one, two, or all four of your wisdom teeth.
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