What are the dangers of obstructed teeth?

Obstructed teeth are prone to decay and can also affect neighbouring teeth, causing decay and loosening of adjacent teeth. In addition, obstructed teeth often cause complications such as pericoronitis, infection in the surrounding space, or in serious cases, cysts or even tumours. Therefore, once an obstructed tooth occurs, treatment measures should be taken promptly and the affected tooth should be extracted if necessary.

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