Impacted wisdom teeth issues.

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    Jack doe

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    My dentist told me that my wisdom teeth on my upper jaw are impacted. He told me that they are the source of my sinus issues and headaches and also told me that they should never be removed stating that when removed my issues would intensify. I would like a second opinion?
     
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    Zuri Barniv Verified Dentist

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    Without a 3D cone beam x-ray of your jaw, it would be very hard for your dentist to say something like that and it's impossible for anyone here to give you advice without it as well.
     
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    Impacted wisdom teeth are wisdom teeth which do not fully erupt into the mouth because of blockage from other teeth. If the wisdom teeth do not have an open connection to the mouth, pain can develop with the onset of inflammation or infection or damage to the adjacent teeth.
     
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