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Is it normal to have to have your wisdom teeth removed when your 15 and there almost formed?


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2009-12-23 13:49:22
2009-12-23 13:49:22

It is quite common to have wisdom teeth removed anywhere from 15 to 30.


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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.

For a while ( few days) after your wisdom teeth are removed, it is advisable to do nothing that might disturb the blood clots that have formed in the tooth socket. That would include running or jumping.

Yes. These are called wisdom teeth, and if they are giving you trouble, you can have them removed.

People differ. It took me about a week before I was back to normal.

there are only 4 wisdom teeth. If you're wisdom teeth is causing pain or discomfort, visit Wisdomteethsydney.com.au

No. I am 61 and just had a wisdom tooth removed. No problem.

There are four wisdom teeth in a normal human being. Wisdom teeth are the very last four teeth that grow. They grow at the very end of the jaw - two upper and two lower. Wisdom teeth start appearing in the teens. Wisdom teeth can also appear towards the end of teenage. If there is no space in the jaw for the teeth to come out, then these are removed.

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.

I had two wisdom teeth removed yesterday. I have little swelling on both sides.

I think the cost is nearly $950 to get your wisdom teeth removed

It is not normal but some do have wisdom tooth pain after an year.

The average age should be between 16 and 20. At that age, the roots of the wisdom teeth have not formed completely, making it easier for extraction because there is less anchorage to the bone.

yes. the swelling preventing your mouth to open is the first sign of healing and the inability to open your mouth is because of the location your wisdom tooth was removed. you will gradually return to normal signaling the ending of the healing process.

4 wisdom teeth. But not everyone gets them. And not all people that DO get them have to get them 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.

It is normal to have some swelling and redness on your cheeks after having your wisdom teeth removed. If this swelling and redness lasts for more than 2 days you should contact your dentist.

Most people require their wisdom teeth to be removed because they will shift the alignment of their other teeth, however if the wisdom teeth will not affect the other teeth they will not often be removed. Also 35% of the population will not develop wisdom teeth.

They are not needed (we have enough teeth without them) and there is no room for them. Almost everyone needs to get them removed. They are more of a pain (literally) than they are worth.

Sometimes when lower wisdom teeth are removed, the nerve that is used by the tongue is bumped or bruised. It is most often temporary, but it sometimes can take several months to heal. Let the dentist who removed the teeth know about this complication.

I just had my wisdom teeth removed and the teeth next to the wound were very sore for about a week and a half.

yes, that is normal, if you have swelling after 24 hours, and no fever or a headache its ok,what you can do, you can put a warm compress on the cheek. you can heat a warm towel in the microwave.

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.

You can eat after having your wisdom teeth removed, but you should eat food that aren't crunchy, such as mashed potatoes, pudding, and milkshakes.

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