that might be a wisdom tooth or a 4th molar
Normally a wisdom tooth is a third molar.
Yes indeed. It is the third molar (wisdom tooth)
The third adult molar is also called wisdom tooth.
well it is the wisdom tooth but some people call it the 2nd molar tooth. And hope that answers your question.
I'd follow the advice of the dentist, since the wisdom tooth can move forward after the second molar is removed.
Yes, the third molar is a wisdom tooth. http://www.oralb.com/us/learningcenter/teaching/lessonoverview.asp
Wisdom teeth are located posterior to the second molar teeth. Its the last tooth in each quadrant starting from front tooth.
A wisdom tooth is a large molar and is used for the same purpose: crushing and grinding foods like seeds, bread, vegetables, etc.
You can only put a bridge on if there is a tooth on each side to support it. Therefore, a bridge cannot replace a wisdom tooth, because it's the last one on the dental arch. If you keep your wisdom tooth and you need to extract the molar right before, then you can replace that molar with a bridge. In any other case, an implant would be a better treatment. Thornhill Dentist http://www.bcdentalcare.ca/CosmeticDentistry/tabid/471/Default.aspx
Extraction is numbing your area and pulling your tooth. Surgery is having incisions and usually be put out to get teeth out.