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Can Your Wisdom Teeth Fall Out
Mouth (mouth) " n. Pl. Mouths 1. A. The body opening through which an animal takes in food. B. The cavity lying at the upper end of the alimentary canal, bounded on the outside by the lips and inside by the oropharynx and containing in higher vertebrates the tongue, gums, and teeth. C. This cavity regarded as the source of sounds and speech. D. The opening to any cavity or canal ...Read more
Wisdom teeth/spacing: The teeth immediately in front of the wisdom teeth are lmulti-rooted molars that are very difficult to move. So if teeth spread out, it's not due to the removal of the wisdom teeth.If a tooth closer to the front of the mouth with a single root is removed, there may be some spacing. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Every mouth differs: Not every wisdom tooth needs to come out. Some come into your mouth is a good position that allows you to keep it clean and use it. Others come in at bad angles, or in positions that don't allow it to be kept clean. If they do need to be removed, it is better to have them out while you are still young. The older we get the harder our bone gets, so the extractions can be harder to do. ...Read moreSee 5 more doctor answers
No: Teeth want to erupt and to migrate forward, not back, to compensate for the wear we don't give our teeth, but that our pre-historic ancestors did. If you have a malocclusion please see a specialist Orthodontist for an initial examination (usually free) to discuss treatment options. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Not typical: Unless there is a very unusual circumstance youre just completing your eruption of your permanent teeth concluding with your twelve year molars. Of course excluding the eruption of your 3rd molars or wisdom teeth later. You could be mistaking this for a larger baby tooth so consult dds for conformation of what is happening. Good luck. ...Read more
Should not: Although there is a small amount of discomfort inherent in an injection to numb the area, once it is numb, removal of baby teeth should be painless. However, there is no local anesthetic that can remove the sensation of pressure, which you will feel. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
50/50 research: It was once thought wisdom teeth push ; crowd teeth. Research showed that, with or without wisdom teeth extraction, crowding of teeth occurred at almost 50/50% chance. When they have functional space, keeping wisdom teeth is acceptable. However, wisdom teeth that are non-functional or in insufficient space, often cause many problems. Most dentists offer extraction as a choice because of this. ...Read more
Sorry, no: Teeth want to move forward, not back. Having wisdom teeth removed will not uncrowd your front teeth. You'll need the help of an orthodontic specialist to do that. Why not call your dentist's favorite orthodontist for an examination and a discussion of treatment options. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
Not likely: Impacted means the path of eruption is blocked, which may be due to the position of the tooth, jaw size, or tissue/and or bone overlying the tooth preventing its eruption into a functional position. A tooth that has not erupted into the mouth may not necessarily be an impacted tooth as many unerupted wisdom teeth do erupt into a functional position. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
10%: Wisdom teeth contribute at most 10% to destabilization of lower anterior teeth. Other factors (passive eruption, medial migration, differential growth, lymphatic shrinkage, change in soft tissue drape, etc) cause lower anterior crowding. If your teeth show signs of shifting, consult with an Orthodontic Specialist before the problem gets out of hand. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
Wisdom teeth: Around the ages of 16-21ish are usually not fully developed - where they haven't reached their full root length. This has "anatomic advantages" that can reduce potential compliations. Since many times they don't have room to emerge, the longer their roots are allowed to grow to full maturity length, the closer to an important sensory nerve (bottom ones) and to the sinus (upper ones) they can get. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
This can happen: Periodontal disease destroys the bone that holds your teeth. As the disease advances your teeth can get loose and eventually fall out. This can happen without ever having pain. If you have this problem see a periodontist. ...Read more
Will the delayed teeth underneath baby teeth push the baby teeth out or will it need to be pulled?
Shouldnt: When your teeth are pulled you should be numb how you feel after depends if the teeth were impacted or not. If bone needs to be removed there will be swelling and more post op discomfort, if they are in the mouth and erupted there should be minimal post op pain. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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