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04 Feb 2004

Skew teeth
Hi
My sister has a couple of skew front teeth. Her wisdom teeth have come out already and she is convinced that the wisdom teeth are the cause of the problems with her front teeth. She thinks removing her wisdom teeth will help straighten her front teeth - is this true?
How does one know that your wisdom teeth need removing?

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CyberDoc

01 Jan 0001

Haplo, the wisdom teeth might have pushed the other teeth to the front causing the front teeth to become skew. Removing them now won’t necessary help as it doesn’t guarantee that the teeth will return to their original positions again. They will have to be removed if she is considering wearing braces to straighten the teeth again. Good luck.
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