No, that can't really happen. Teeth can get cracked my a number of different things.NoIt is very unlikely that front teeth get cracked due to pressure caussed by wisdom teeth. Usually it takes a trauma to crack a tooth.
although they cannot crack your teeth, they WILL cause pressure and cause your other teeth pain and make them crooked
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Goddess of wisdom and owls are a symbol of wisdom.
Yes you might feel pressure when wisdom teeth are erupting, whether you have braces or not.
Only if the wisdom teeth are causing an infection to drain into the sinus, which is extremely rare.
Yes it can no space in your mouth allowing the force not to b subdue by gum just teeth and it pushes forward
See a Dentist or Oral Surgeon as soon as possible and expect work to be done on your teeth.
No. Most people have wisdom teeth, but in some people they never develop. You only have to have your wisdom teeth removed if they become impacted. While this is not common, it does not happen to everyone.
An infected wisdom tooth can definitely become dangerous to your health. Any infection could potentially be life threatening if not taken care of.
No, but your gums can.
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Do not smoke after having your wisdom teeth extracted. The sockets could become infected, and at the very least, it will slow the healing process.
Sadly, the short answer is you can't ... this flim has almost become the 'holy grail' for Norman Wisdom fans ...
As mankind has evolved over the millenniums, the human jaw has grown smaller. The third molars (wisdom teeth) are remnants of a time when the jaw was much larger. Consequently, there often is not enough room for the wisdom teeth to properly erupt, and they become impacted.
I cannot be medically sure of this, but I believe it may be true. Part of the risk of having your wisdom teeth removed is their proximity to part of your sinus cavities, which run much farther around your head than you may realize. If these are putting pressure on your sinuses, it could probably cause sinus-related pressure and pain. I just had 3 of 4 wisdom teeth out this morning, and I can't be sure yet, but there seems to be less pressure in my head/sinuses. As I said, I cannot be medically sure, but it makes sense.
Wisdom teeth need to be surgically removed when they become bothersome to the person or they are crowding the other teeth. It is very painful to have them removed.
It is not always necessary to remove wisdom teeth. They are often removed because there may not be enough room in your jaw for the teeth to grow in properly, and they can put pressure on the other teeth. However, some people do have jaws that are large enough to include wisdom teeth. I personally have never had any trouble with my wisdom teeth.
Wisdom teeth do not always require removal. Many people have wisdom teeth that have erupted normally and have not caused any problems. In some cases, however, wisdom teeth may be impacted. This means that there is not enough space in the jaw for the teeth to come in normally or to come in at all. Impacted wisdom teeth can become infected or interfere with other teeth. To prevent such problems impacted wisdom teeth are often removed.
According to the origin of the word, a "philosopher" is a "lover of wisdom." In other words, a philosopher is someone who seeks and desires wisdom. Since there are different accounts of what wisdom is, there are different accounts of what being a lover of wisdom means. For example, if to be wise is to live well, then a philosopher is someone who is seriously trying to live well. The purpose of philosophy is not just to understand wisdom, but also to become wise. Someone who spends life only seeking (but never finding) wisdom is an unsuccessful philosopher.
Wisdom teeth are not necessarily bad. They do, however, frequently cause crowding in the mouth, forcing the molars forward resulting in crooked teeth. They can also become impacted or fail to fully erupt (emerge through the gums), causing discomfort and potential for decay or gum disease. Dentists often recommend removal of wisdom teeth in younger people if problems are foreseen; if you make it through your twenties with no troubles, you'll most likely be fine. If you have any issues with any of your wisdom teeth, most dentists will recommend removal of all four, as asymmetry in the mouth can result in other problems. By all accounts, extraction of the wisdom teeth kind of sucks.
I'd follow the advice of the dentist, since the wisdom tooth can move forward after the second molar is removed.
No, but a headache and sore jaws are. You should call your dentist.
Yes they become impacted and cause discomfort and pain.
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If it's a wisdom tooth it needs to be removed. But it could be another molar; it's easy to confuse them. If it's another molar, it needs to be looked at to see if it can be saved and how. Either way, you need to see a dentist.