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Can a 13 year old have wisdom teeth?


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2012-08-28 18:33:06
2012-08-28 18:33:06

Yes. Most people do not get their wisdom teeth (3rd molars) until they are in their late teens or early twenty's. However, some people's wisdom teeth erupt as early as age twelve. To be sure it is a wisdom tooth, check with your dentist.

Edit: Yup, I'm 13 and my wisdom teeth are growing in.

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The second permanent molars come in around the ages of 12-13. That will give you 28 teeth total, until your wisdom teeth come in

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Very possible, my bottom wisdom teeth started growing at age 9 but my top ones didn't start to grow in until I was about 13-14 years old.

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When you are a teenager!! 13 and older sometimes or older!! :) =]

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nah, im 13 and my permanent teeth came in ages ago -.- :D x

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Well, I'm not even 13 and I have THREE wisdom teeth. I'm kinda wondering what's up. I think the amount of calcium I have every day might have something to do with it. I drink TONS of milk....

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Yes it possible. I am 13 and all 4 of my wisdom teeth are almost fully through. In fact I am having them taken out tomorrow morning........:(

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I am 11 and i have my first wisdom tooth my other three havent grown yet. I looked every website for the youngest age so far i am the youngest to have a wisdom tooth. You can get wisdom teeth at most ages starting from about 8 upwards some people don't even get them im 13 and i have 2 wisdom teeth. Theey may start growing however and start again a few months later that's what happened with me.

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