Can leaving in wisdom teeth on one side cause uneven jaw/chin?

No. It is not uncommon to only have one side of wisdom teeth removed. There may be many reasons to have them removed, but symmetry would not be on my list of reasons. Having a bottom or top wisdom tooth out though is a common reason to have the opposing wisdom tooth removed. The opposing tooth may supererupt and become a problem for your bite and jaw, or become overexposed at root and abscess.
No. The sides are independent. Leaving the upper or lower can cause issues depending upon your bite relationship.

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Can leaving in wisdom teeth on one side cause uneven jaw?

Uneven? Uneven in numbers? Yes, but of no consequence in any way. Each side may have different circumstances that may warrant different treatment procedures or end results. Spaces between teeth is a problem, not missing last teeth. Read more...
More than that. Wisdom teeth should be removed if they are leading to problems. Your dentist will need to examine you to determine if these are problematic. Read more...
No. If you mean imbalanced, or asymmetrical, no. You will not notice any difference, assuming the rest of your teeth are intact. Ask your dentist the same question. Read more...

Dull achey toothache. Last tooth on upper right side. Pain in jaw going up my temple and head. Wisdom teeth out have teeth grinding prob WorseInMorngs?

See your dentist. Pain and aches around the posterior teeth could originate from the nerve of the back tooth. Soreness of the joint and the muscles (TMJ) and/or sinus problems can cause the pain as well. Consult your dentist. Read more...
See a dentist. Let the dentist determine the cause of your pain. Cavity? Bruxism? Sinusitis? All possibilities, so an examination is needed. Read more...
Call your dentist. Any other treatment is a temporary relief. A tooth pain won't go away without treatment and the infection may spread to your jaw, cheeks, sinus and to other areas of your head and neck. See your dentist ASAP. Read more...
See your Dentist. Pain could be from cavity, grinding, fractured tooth, infected sinus, bad bite (malocclusion), or many other problems. Let your Dentist examine you and see if you need an occlusal orthotic to protect your teeth, Orthodontic treatment to straighten your teeth, treatment for tooth/gum/sinus infection, occlusal adjustment, or other treatment. Read more...
Complex. Complex problem. Start with a visit to DDS. You may need referral to other docs. Read more...