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Impacted wisdom teeth/distal cavities

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Laura86

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Mar 28, 2019
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Australia
Hello,
My bottom two wisdom teeth are impacted and possibly causing distal cavities on my second molars. This has not been confirmed. I am also not in any pain, but I know that this can happen without pain.
My question is, if I’m going under a general anaesthetic procedure involving wisdom teeth removal, is it possible that the distal cavities can be fixed at the same time or would I definitely need a separate appointment/surgery for that?
Thanks
 
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Gordon

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Yes it's possible.
 
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Laura86

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Australia
Thanks heaps!
 
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