If your wisdom teeth don’t have enough room to grow they can become impacted. Most impacted wisdom teeth are extremely hard to clean, hence there is high risk of gum disease and tooth decay which will affect the teeth right in front of them as well. We recommend removal of such impacted wisdom teeth. To ensure the procedure is done safely and smoothly, a comprehensive clinical examination and xrays need to be done first. Most wisdom teeth can be removed in-chair under local anaesthetics.