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Partially Bony Impaction - Wisdom Tooth
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Partially Bony Impaction - Wisdom Tooth

Can a partially impacted tooth that is in a normal postion but not totally out and partially covered with gum be filled when it has a very tiny cavity or does it have to be pulled.  I am not having any pain.  The tooth is visible where the cavity is said to be located.
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Extraction of partially impacted wisdom tooth generally yields long-term benefit.
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