It depends on the tooth and how it is in your mouth. Some wisdom teeth can be removed without surgery and some need surgery. The hole doesn't really affect needing surgery or not.
Wisdom teeth, if bothersome, usually are pulled. Most dentists prefer you see an oral surgeon just in case their should be any problems (generally there isn't.)
Just a little info as to why we have to put up with these miserable little additions in our mouth, here is why some people have them:
As you know we have changed with evolution, and thousands of years ago we had wider jaws, and needed more teeth. As our faces and bodies slimmed down to suit our generations to come, and unfortunately, for some, we have been blessed with wisdom teeth. They are useless and if they bother you in any way (even very sore gums back in your jaw ... this means the wisdom tooth is not quite coming through) it is best to have them removed.
Good luck Marcy
If you are an adult and still have your wisdom teeth, the you have 12 molars. If your wisdom teeth have been removed, you have 8 molars, unless on or more of them have been removed in the corse of your life.
An adult that had they're wisdom teeth pulled or not come through then you have 32 teeth. But if you still have your wisdom teeth you have 36.
28. 32 if u don't have your wisdom teeth removed
Not normally, they are a natural part of the adult mouth, most people have them with no problems. However, if there is a problem with them then they may need to be removed.
An adult human theoretically can have 32 teeth, but four of those are wisdom teeth, which almost everyone has removed. So 28 teeth is the most likely answer, if the person still has all of their (non-wisdom) teeth.
Adults have 32 teeth unless the wisdom teeth are removed, then the number is 28. Deciduous teeth are baby teeth and an adult has 0 of these.
normally they come out on their own when the adult teeth come in, but sometimes they don't, and should be removed
32 if you count wisdom teeth, also called 3rd molars 28 if you are born without wisdom teeth or have them removed due to lack of room
There are 32 teeth in an adult dentition. 8 in each quadrant. Most people have there wisdom teeth removed resulting in 28 teeth, 7 in each quadrant.
There are 32 unless their wisdom teeth were removed or never emerged (impacted). Then they would have 28-31.
The average adult has 32 teeth including wisdom teeth. Less if you got them pulled or never got them.The person with the most teeth ever has 36 teeth
16 on top, 16 on bottom. If the wisdom teeth have been removed, 14 on top, and 14 on bottom.
32 adult not counting wisdom teeth
Wisdom teeth are called wisdom teeth because you get them usually around 18 when you are a legal adult.
A full set of teeth, excluding wisdom teeth, is 28 for an adult.
Teeth? Barring having their wisdom teeth removed (or never came in), an adult has 32 teeth and a child has 20 teeth in a full mouth.
If you have wisdom teeth and they haven't come in normally, you need to have them removed. And possiblly even if they have come in. They are so far back it's very hard to keep them properly cleaned. It's better to get them removed as a young adult rather than an older person. It's also better to get them removed before they start causing problems. Most dentists recommend to extract wisdom teeth, even if there are no symptoms, to prevent future complications. For adults over 30 years old, most dentist would not remove wisdom teeth because the roots are completely formed and the bone around them is dense. Extraction would be indicated only if there are symptoms. It is not necessary. my dad's wisdom teeth are all still intact and he has never had a need to take them out.
If it was the first teeth that was pulled the adult ones will grow up there in time. You just have to wait. If it was the adult ones that was pulled nothing will grow back. You have no more teeth in that place.
32 with the wisdom teeth
Most people will develop a total of 32 'adult' teeth. Many have the last 4 of these - known as wisdom teeth removed. The number in your mouth depends on your age and dental health.
If You Pull out all of the adult teeth, The teeth will be Gone For Ever
Including wisdom teeth, adult humans should have 32 teeth