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What happens if your wisdom teeth grow before the age of 16?

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2012-06-04 03:13:58
2012-06-04 03:13:58

The age is irrelevant. It all depends on the position of the teeth and also how much room is available for them to erupt.

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Your Wisdom Teeth usually grow out from ages to 17-25.




Usually, wisdom teeth began to hurt in middle school or early high school. Some people have a wide enough jaw that their wisdom teeth emerge with no trouble. However, most people don't have room for wisdom teeth to grow in. In this case, it is painful when the wisdom teeth try to emerge, and you will need to have your wisdom teeth removed via oral surgery.


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 teeth. Wisdom teeth are the last of your permanent teeth to emerge.If you lose a milk tooth it will kinda-sorta be replaced with a permanent tooth (which you would have gotten eventually anyhow).When a permanent tooth is lost it's gone, your body won't make a new one.Back teeth are also known as molars. If you lose one of those before you have gotten your wisdom teeth, then it can look like it's the lost one that's grown back, but it isn't. It's the wisdom tooth (which you would have gotten eventually anyway) that has stepped up in its place.No. they dont grow back once they are removed. however, rarely we do find an extra molar, other than the wisdom teeth, which are called as the PARA Molars.Teeth don't grow back. Basically you get two sets, first the baby/milk teeth, then your permanent teeth. Wisdom teeth are the last of your permanent teeth to emerge. When a permanent tooth is lost it's gone, your body won't make a new one.


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.


The mouth does grow as you age. It has to grow in order to allow teeth to grow in properly including the molars and wisdom teeth.


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.


No, some can be pulled normally like all the other teeth. Not everyone has to have their wisdom teeth removed. They only have to be pulled or surgically cut out if there isn't room for them to grow in, or if there is some other problem with them. But most people keep their wisdom teeth with no problems. I still have all my wisdom teeth, but I had several other molars pulled before the wisdom teeth appeared due to decay and abscesses. That made plenty of room for them.


Wisdom teeth, or third molars, are the last teeth to develop in between the ages 17 and 25. The number of teeth is from 0 to 4, some people newer develop wisdom teeth.


Well my friend has grow 1 of her wisdom teeth she's 8, I think is about 12-21


32 teeths ...but all will not grow .the 4 wisdom teeth will grow later only.


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.


your mouth may be too small for teeth to grow in...I'm missing two teeth because of the same reason


Wisdom teeth are molars in the back of your mouth that grow in your late teens to early twenties. I am not any form of dental expert. Hope I helped!


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.


Yes. If your mouth is big enough, like mine is, there is no need to remove the wisdom teeth. I know many people who have all of their wisdom teeth, or only had 1 or 2 removed.


Yes and eventually your Wisdom Teeth, which are behind the molars, will grow in.


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!!!!


they can and they don't some kid have there mouth grow faster and the wisdom teeth come but some kids there'sgrow slowly so the possibly answer is yes and nothe girl with wisdom teeth at 6


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.


Yes it does and it is so annoying too.


Generally people get them in their early twenties.


At the very back of your upper and lower jaw.


It would be a miracle if that happened



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