Does having braces effect wisdom teeth coming through?

Possibly. The only time it would make the likelihood of having your wisdom teeth erupt without a problem, when otherwise it would be problematic, is if the teeth were moved forward for normal orthodontic reasons, allowing more room posteriorly for the wisdom teeth. Even then, the wisdom teeth would need enough room to erupt and in a normal straight alignment.
It can. If moving the immediate neighbor tooth in a certain way, it can have a positive or negative effect depending on the creation of more room or reducing room, i.e. Extraction orthodontics may allow just enough space to allow third molars to "come in".

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Can wisdom teeth always need to be out for braces?

Maybe. If the wisdom teeth are placing pressure on the adjacent molar – then yes. If they are not placing pressure – then maybe no depending on what path they are taking. To be on the safe side – then yes. Read more...
Not Always. The orthodontist providing treatment would be the best person to advise you if your wisdom teeth are indicated for removal or not as part of your orthodontic treatment. Read more...
NO. No. Often but not always. The orthodontist makes the decision usually. For best surgical results, make sure you are evaluated and treated by a board certified oral & maxillofacial surgeon. Read more...

Please tell me if it is necessary to remove my wisdom teeth for braces?

Depends. The arch length and amount of space available for the teeth determine that need. Consult with your orthodontist for the answer. Read more...
Perhaps. If wisdom teeth impinge on areas where teeth are to be moved, their removal may be prudent. There are many good and just reasons for removing problematic 3rd molars. Consult w qualified orthodontic specialist as to orthodontic diagnosis and treatment plan. Orthodontist will have you con tact oral surgeon if 3rd molars are a problem. Read more...

I have all four of my wisdom teeth but I'm wondering to get braces do I have to get them out?

Ask orthodontist. That is a decision that the orthodontist makes. It all depends on how much space you have in your jaw for all your teeth. Read more...
Wisdom teeth. Any needed extractions will be determined by your orthodontist. This is usually based on how much room is needed to correct any crowding vs how much room is available, plus whether your wisdom teeth are fully erupted and their position in the arch. For any questions about your treatment, don't hesitate to contact your dentist. Read more...

Can I get my wisdom teeth extracted when I have braces?

Yes. Usually that's not a problem. The oral surgeon can often work around the braces, although he\she may ask the orthodontist to remove part of it if it might interfere with the surgery or possibly get damaged. It can then be replaced easily. Good luck. Read more...
Braces and wisdom te. Yes. Make sure you step up your oral hygiene efforts after surgery to minimize your chance of infection. Read more...
Most Likely Yes. Even when braces are on the teeth, 3rd molars (wisdom teeth) can be extracted. When you have a consultation with the oral surgeon, he/she will let you know if/when they should be extracted. Read more...
Yes. its not a problem to do so, however if you are close to getting the braces off, you may consider waiting if the wisdom teeth are not causing you any discomfort. You already have a lot going on in your mouth, so if it can wait a few months, its not a bad idea to do so. That said, no issues with doing it while the braces are on. Read more...

Can getting braces, maybe when my wisdom teeth erupt, hurt?

Separate issues. Unless for some unusual reason the orthodontics are applying pressure to the wisdom teeth, no. The 3rd molars are rarely involved with orthodontic appliances, and any discomfort from the eruption of them into the oral cavity is a separate issue from orthodontia. If the timing is coincident, the discomfort will be again separate, and likely more from the braces. Good luck! Read more...
Yes. Yes things can get sore but pain from braces and pain from erupting wisdom teeth are quite different. Only in rare cases would braces put any pressure in the wisdom tooth area, nor can erupting wisdom teeth put enough pressure on braced teeth to be a cause of pain. Read more...

Could there be a reason to remove my top wisdom teeth to get braces?

Depends. Whether or not the removal of your top wisdom teeth have to be removed for your orthodontic treatment will depend on your malocclusion and if the wisdom teeth are interfering with the treatment provided by your orthodontist. Read more...
Ask Orthodontist. If your qualified orthodontic specialist feels your upper wisdom teeth could compromise your treatment, and need to be removed, go with his recommendation. Read more...

Had my wisdom teeth and 4 premolars pulled for braces. Is this a common thing?

Yes. In certain cases these teeth need to be removed in order to have enough room for straight and healthy teeth. Read more...
Yes. When there is overcrowding in the mouth in order to have straight beautiful teeth you sometime need to remove some teeth to create the necessary space to straighten the teeth. But I am sure your orthodontist explained it to you. Read more...
Yes. It there is severe crowding of the teeth, then often the premolars and wisdom teeth are removed in one procedure. Often sedation is recommended for the comfort of the patient. Of course, it is best to have an oral surgeon perform the extractions at the procedure will be efficient and safe. Read more...

How long should I to wait to get braces after getting all 4 wisdom teeth removed?

1-2 weeks. After removal of your wisdom teeth, if there are no complications; then 1 or 2 weeks should be enough time to heal sufficiently for you to have braces placed. Good luck! Read more...
Minimal time. There really is no need to wait any significant time period before you get braces after having your wisdom teeth removed. Read more...
Short time. You should be healed in just a few weeks. Your orthodontic specialist, in consultation with your oral surgeon, can give you an answer based on your individual physiology. Read more...
Out of pain? No need to wait a long time-- just until you are out of pain from the oral surgury. Read more...
No wait needed. In fact, wisdom teeth are often removed during braces. You can begin orthodontic treatment almost immediately. Read more...
Wisdom teeth- braces. As soon as you are comfortable enough to allow the braces placement procedure, usually about a week. Your orthodontist should be able to guide you with that decision. Read more...