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Why do wisdom teeth come in at age 13?


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2012-02-03 01:37:32
2012-02-03 01:37:32

not everyones wisdom teeth come in at age thirteen

just like how some peoples teeth fall out before others


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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.

Depending on age, early 13 should be minimum 26 teeth, age 14, 28 teeth, and by 21, you should have wisdom teeth.

The second permanent molars come in around the ages of 12-13. That will give you 28 teeth total, until your wisdom teeth come in

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.

Anything under 13 and over 21. It depends on your hormones. Make sure you have your tweleve year molars in before you think you may be getting your wisdom teeth!

Well, I'm not even 13 and I have THREE wisdom teeth. I'm kinda wondering what's up. I think the amount of calcium I have every day might have something to do with it. I drink TONS of milk....

Wisdom teeth appear when you are 17-20 years old but some people never get wisdom teeth 17-20 though I've just got mine and I am 13, my last two wisdom teeth are coming through at the back. I didn't notice I'd got them until I got a tooth ache and counted all my teeth incuding the ones coming through, I have 32

Yes it possible. I am 13 and all 4 of my wisdom teeth are almost fully through. In fact I am having them taken out tomorrow morning........:(

I am 11 and i have my first wisdom tooth my other three havent grown yet. I looked every website for the youngest age so far i am the youngest to have a wisdom tooth. You can get wisdom teeth at most ages starting from about 8 upwards some people don't even get them im 13 and i have 2 wisdom teeth. Theey may start growing however and start again a few months later that's what happened with me.

Children can start loosing their baby teeth anywhere from about the age of 5 to about 7. Usually the two front teeth on the bottom are the first teeth to be replaced. Your second molars typically appear by age 12 to 13. Some people have third molars which are called "wisdom teeth". These can appear after age 16.

The first of the baby teeth (also called "milk teeth" and "deciduous teeth") begn to fall out about age five. They are gradually replaced by the newly erupting adult teeth, a process ususally complete by age 12-13. The exception is wisdom teeth, which, if they erupt at all, begin to do so about age 18-19.

Yes, 13.5 years is very early but still within the normal range for wisdom teeth eruption. (above--already written) OH MY GOD mine are coming in i think, and it hurts! im 13 1/2 exactly(:

Its not that common but it does happen. I myself and my daughter got our wisdom teeth at 12/13 years old, the normal time to get them is 17/21 years of age but you can get them earlier or later than that.

When you are a teenager!! 13 and older sometimes or older!! :) =]

"Baby teeth" are also called temporary teeth. The only reason that we have temporary teeth is because we obviously NEED teeth (well unless of course you can manage to not eat anything until your 6-8 years old), but your mouth isn't big enough to support your entire 32 teeth at a young age. Temporary teeth are typically all gone by age 12 or 13. Temporary teeth usually fall out in the manor they entered. First the bottom two incisors, then the top two incisors (the front teeth, all I want for Christmas is my.. anyway). Most of the temporary teeth are almost directly followed by the permanent teeth coming in through where they left. The final teeth, wisdom teeth, can come in at nearly any young adult age, maybe sooner maybe later, and sometimes maybe not at all. If wisdom teeth do not come in, it simply means you have a smaller mouth, and therefor will be short 4 teeth (two top, two bottom). If you do not have wisdom teeth by the age of 25, then you will probably not get them, they only grow if your body senses room for them. Hope all of this random stockpile of information helps.

i don't but its normal to lose your baby tooth at age 13

Most likely if you lost some of your teeth at the age of 11,like me.but if you loose your teeth at a young age,most likely you'll have your front teeth in by 6-8.

To me it went;Growth spurt at age 11Blond pubic hair at age 11Testicals drop at age 11Pubic hair darkens and thickens at age 12Another growth spurt at age 12Produce sperm at age 12Voice brakes at age 12Blond armpit hair at age 13Penis grows in Length and girth at age 13 (went from 4" to 6")Another Growth spurt age 13Shoulders broaden at age 13Armpit hair darkens at age 14Facial hair at age 15Wisdom teeth come through at age 15 (started at age 14)Penis grows again at age 15 (went from 6" to 8")Hair starts to develop in other areas, chest, back ect at age 16and that was it for me :)

If it is a child between 7- 13 they ussally have 28. When they get older they will have 4 more Bcause of their wisdom teeth. 28 + 4 = 32 :-)

You can't get braces on baby teeth. The girl would have to have her permanent teeth first (and should, by the age of 13). Needing braces is a matter of genetics and heredity. Some people have perfectly straight teeth naturally. Others (like me!) have needed braces. ~ T

They usually begin to fall out at 5 or 6 years of age, but can occur a year earlier or later. The last of the "baby" teeth will fall out around 12 or 13 years of age.

nah, im 13 and my permanent teeth came in ages ago -.- :D x

No, it is not normal at this age, they usually appear between 17 and 24 (mine grew when I was about 13 though!). If it is causing you pain, you should see a dentist immediately and they will be happy to remove them.

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