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Do wisdom teeth grow behind your molars?
Yes, if you have wisdom teeth. Not everyone has four. Some people don't have any. They normally grow at the back of the gums, but in some cases grow sideways and have to be removed. ...
Which teeth is the wisdom teeth?
They are located in the back of your teeth after the second molar being the third molar. Wisdom teeth start to grow out around the ages of 17 to 25 and are often extracted due to complications. ...
Asked in Health, Oral Health and Dental Care
Do all teeth grow back?
Not necessarily. Teeth don't actually grow back, they are replaced with teeth that you already have growing beneath your gum. Therefore, if you do not have an 'adult' tooth under a baby tooth, it is possible that you would not get a replacement tooth. An Xray at a dentist can identify if an adult tooth is present. Also, Wisdom teeth do not usually have replacement teeth. ...
Asked in Wisdom Teeth and Oral Surgery
Once wisdom teeth are removed can they ever grow back?
GENERALLY, once wisdom teeth are gone they don't grow in again. If something is coming out from your gums after a wisdom tooth extraction, it might be a piece of root that was left out. It might also be a surnumerary wisdom tooth (extra wisdom tooth) that was already there before the extraction. However, they can grow back. It's documented, and happens to 1-3% of adults. Teeth don't grow back. Basically you get two sets, first the baby/milk teeth, then your permanent...
Asked in Oral Health and Dental Care
Does your bottom back teeth fall out late?
your molars stay there forever unless your talking bout wisdom teeth, wisdom teeth either dont ever grow in your mouth, or they grow and you have to get them taken out, or they grow in and they never give u any problems and never have to pull them out!!!! ...
Why do they pull wisdom teeth?
Wisdom teeth get pulled out to prevent pain and discomfort. If the wisdom teeth don't have enough room in the back of your mouth and they grow in they will push your existing teeth out of the way and cause them to be mashed together. They can also grow in sideways, this is known as being 'impacted'. Sores can grow on your gums and become infected, leading to major problems down the road. ...
2 year with teeth pain in the back where wisdom teeth grow?
If it has been that long just go see an oral surgeon.
Why do wisdom teeth grow?
Wisdom teeth grow just like all other teeth, to provide a way of breaking down food for consumption. They are delayed a few years to allow the mouth to fully grow and other teeth to settle. ...
Asked in Dentists
How many wisdom teech are in a normal human?
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. ...
Asked in Human Anatomy and Physiology
Can a wisdom tooth grow from the bottom of one of your back teeth?
It would depend on your on your teeth, spacing, and genetics. I personally don't think it could happen but, anything is possible. _______________________________________ It sounds as if you are wondering if the roots of teeth are like plant rhizomes-- roots that can extend out and produce new plants. It's an interesting idea, but I believe the wisdom teeth are in every way independent of any other teeth. ...
Asked in Oral Health and Dental Care
What is the function of wisdom teeth?
Back in the day, there wernt dentists, so your teeth were most likely to rot. If all of your teeth were to rot, then you would most likely die, because all they ate back in the day was lots of meat......so evolution favored wisdom teeth, they would grow in long after all of your other teeth have grown in:)) ...
Asked in Wisdom Teeth and Oral Surgery, Dentists
Could you get your wisdom teeth out when your 10?
While it is possible, because every child develops differently as they mature and grow, having problematic wisdom teeth (3rd molars) that require removal at that age would be quite unusual. Wisdom teeth most often do not require removal until at least age 16. ...