Oral Health and Dental Care
Wisdom Teeth and Oral Surgery

What can you eat when your wisdom teeth are growing in?


Top Answer
User Avatar
Wiki User
2009-10-22 02:40:18
2009-10-22 02:40:18

When the wisdom teeth are growing in... You can pretty much eat everything like normal. There are some things, however, such as nuts that may get stuck in the teeth.


Related Questions

I got m wisdom teeth young, they started growing when i was about 8 and stopped when i was about 9 or 10.

Removing wisdom teeth has nothing to do with weight loss. The lack of eating would. You can still eat without your wisdom teeth or any teeth for that matter.

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.

Wisdom teeth are meant to start growing when you reach adulthood, meaning around age 20 years and onwards, although it happens at different times to different people. Some get them as teenagers, some even as pre-teens.

That's one of the best things to eat after getting your wisdom teeth out! It's soft and doesn't need to be chewed much.

Yes. Most people do not get their wisdom teeth (3rd molars) until they are in their late teens or early twenty's. However, some people's wisdom teeth erupt as early as age twelve. To be sure it is a wisdom tooth, check with your dentist. Edit: Yup, I'm 13 and my wisdom teeth are growing in.

If you have teeth growing in, don't confuse them with wisdom teet. At age ten, usually twelve, second mollars grown in.

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 are called wisdom teeth because you get them usually around 18 when you are a legal adult.

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

the wisdom teeth are the ones closest to your brain

After wisdom teeth extraction it is important to avoid eating difficult to chew foods. Limons can be used, you can eat limon-flavored pudding, as it is not quite as sweet tasting.

A person can only have four wisdom teeth.

When your dentist tells you or if your gums hurt, whichever comes first.

Wisdom teeth do not necessarily crowd teeth. Some people who have had their wisdom teeth removed still get crowding, while others that still have their third molars erupted or impacted do not have crooked teeth.

Very possible, my bottom wisdom teeth started growing at age 9 but my top ones didn't start to grow in until I was about 13-14 years old.

In the prehistoric years, plants were in our daily diet. We used our wisdom teeth to grind the plants. It is now vestigial because now we eat more meat.

You will be noticing new teeth growing in kids until the age of 15. Nothing seem to happen after 15, however wisdom teeth begin to erupt and appear between 17 to 25 years of age

Your wisdom teeth will most likely make your other teeth crooked if they are impacted and growing sideways in your mouth..they also make it harder to clean the teeth that they are impacted into (your molars) Get them pulled out before this becomes a bigger problem An impacted wisdom tooth is very painful and often only continues with brief periods of relief from the pain by a couple months. You do not want to end up in the emergency room over this which will charge you a pretty penny and be starving at the same time because its impossble to eat your in so much pain. If your wisdom teeth are pulled what will happen is that the front teeth will be able to space out in the front by filling up the space that was once the crowded wisdom teeth in the back. This should always be done by a professional or at the very least a dental school because clinics that just pull teeth can often make mistakes like breaking teeth which lead to infections.

Copyright ยฉ 2020 Multiply Media, LLC. All Rights Reserved. The material on this site can not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with prior written permission of Multiply.