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Answered 2014-06-27 21:56:28

Yes a wisdom tooth that is coming out suppose to have skin on top of it. Before the wisdom tooth began to grow there was nothing but skin there. So in order for it to fully come in it breaks through the skin like any other tooth.


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Yes that is normal, that happened with me when my wisdom teeth were removed and it healed up on its own. If you don't play with it, it will settle down in a week or so.

it will get its tooth in to a smelly discovery. it will lose some af its "SKIN".it will rot the tooth.

I recently had a large wisdom tooth removed from the top left and I reckon maybe it makes my jaw look very slightly smaller.AnswerThe most common reason of wisdom teeth extraction is that the jawline is already too small for them to erupt.The removal of any permanent tooth will affect the structure of the face. After all, the structure under the skin and muscle is bone and teeth. The differences are subtle, but it does change.

AnswerIt could be related to your wisdom tooth coming in, but you also have lymph nodes in that area, too. If the lump has been there for several weeks and doesn't seem like a pimple or other minor skin irritation, I'd seek medical advice soon. Pain isn't always an indicator of a serious issue. It may turn out to be nothing at all, but it might give you peace of mind to hear it from a doctor. Another Answeri have the same problem but my dad wont take me to the doctor. the only difference is that sometimes mine will hurt alot.

No, its supposed to stay on your skin forever. Yes, it is supposed to peel and you also are supposed to moisturize.

you can add tooth paste to your stain then wash of with hot water then you moisturiser to make your skin smooth.

I don't think you do your supposed to have more than one layer of skin

There are several possible complications that can arise from a tooth extraction. If the tooth was not extracted properly there may be small bit of the tooth left behind in the gum. A tooth extraction could also lead to an infection in the mouth, as when a tooth is extracted, there will be open skin for germs to enter,

Yes. The surgeon closes the wound with a suture that basically attaches the cheek skin to the gum tissue leading to your tongue. As you swell after surgery the stich starts to feel more tight and becomes more noticeable to you.

well, my sister has pink on the bottom of her tooth, were going the dentist to try and find out what it is but it may just be some skin/gum.

Because its dead skin from last summer?

Make you sweat, detox and purify your skin

It can. It can also cause acne and skin problems.

It is widely accepted that cucumber is beneficial to the skin of the face. It is supposed to relieve puffiness around the eyes and reduce the appearance of 'dark' circles under the eyes. Other supposed effects are softer, smoother facial skin.

It doesnt harm ur skin. If it is coming one or two not an issue. If it is more then u need get a suggestion from skin doctor.

No, you were born with it and it's supposed to be there. Therefore, your penis growth will not be affected by your own skin.

Rub basil oil around the tooth and gum. Will also help if there is an infection. If there is skin irritation after, dilute with a little olive oil.

Well, after a daily bath or shower and you dry yourself you see tiny crumbles of skin coming off...that is the proof of your old/dirty/worn out, skin coming off to be replaced by new ones....

There is no typical name for "shark Skin" however there is small denticles on some shark species that are tooth like that protect the sharks actual skin. its like the sharks "armor" if you will.

Well it depends skin may have been damaged in sex for a girl if ur a guy than yes ur skin should be there

Your skin sheds for many reasons. It not only helps to rid germs, but we grow new skin regularly, and this is a good thing. It helps to keep skin healthy. So yes, it is normal.

yes, because it is said that that the skin of the fruit os accutualy the most plentiful and nuriting part of the fruit.

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