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Each individual wisdom tooth is unique and depending on how it grows, it can have different impact on bones and/or tissues. Their varied developments such as impaction, horizontal or slant placement may affect other teeth and cause troubles. They have to be extracted out and is a highly skillful job being performed by our surgeon.

If the impaction is between the third molar and part of the second molar, this kind is called bone impaction. It can be subcategorized into vertical, horizontal, and angular depending on the way they are intersecting.

The last one is called tissue impaction, because the wisdom tooth is directly breaking out of the tissue.

Only under the X-Ray can these impactions be clearly identified.