How long does wisdom tooth eruption take?

Wisdom tooth. Wisdom tooth eruption is usually slower than other molars. Each person is different however. Some have the to erupt partially and may cause problems. See your dentist if your wisdom tooth is not coming out right or is painful.
Variable. It can take a few months to a few years to never. Normal eruption age ranges from about 18-22, female earlier than male. Some are early some are late. If there is room they may come in. If there is not room then they remain impacted. Most need to be removed but not all. See your dentist for a consultation if concerned.

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What is the normal age for final wisdom tooth eruption?

Late teens. Wisdom teeth erupt between 17-25 years of age.
Variable. It can take a few months to a few years to never. Normal eruption age ranges from about 18-22, female earlier than male. Some are early some are late. If there is room they may come in. If there is not room then they remain impacted. Most need to be removed but not all. See your dentist for a consultation if concerned.

Can you still have a wisdom tooth eruption when 25 or older?

Yes. The average age is 17-25...Older perhaps if you have been a "late bloomer". Regular dental visits can help prevent a lot of problems and most teens these days do have dental x-rays around 17 to see how those teeth are situated and if they will emerge properly. Many people simply do not have room in their mouths for these teeth.
Possibily. Normal eruption of 3rd molars (wisdom teeth) occurs between 18 and 22 years of age. Sometimes partial eruption of impacted wisdom teeth can occur after the age of 25. I have never seen full eruption of wisdom teeth after the age of 25.
Yes. Please keep regular check ups with your dentist to monitor your dental health.

Is it normal? I'm 18 years old, I have a tooth eruption, the dentist says, and he further claims that its not the wisdom tooth! Its painful....

Everyone's DIfferent. Permanent first molars tend to erupt into your mouth at about 6 years of age, second molars at about 12 years of age, and "wisdom teeth, " or third molars at about 18 years of age. But there are instances where teeth can be delayed in eruption due to other teeth being in the way, or you can even have extra teeth. A dental examination with x-rays can confirm what is happening, and help you find trea.
No but. It is not unheard of... Obviously without seeing you it is not possible to see for sure...The tooth could be erupting late... Normal 2nd molars usually erupt around age 12. Talk to your dentist about the pain if it continues..
Yes. Very likely wisdom teeth. You need to visit a dentist for examination and receive a panoramic examination to determine the source of pain.
Ouch! If it's the 7th tooth back, it's probably 12 year molar. If 8th tooth, probably wisdom tooth. Eruption patterns can vary widely. People with congenitally missing wisdom teeth often have delayed 12 year molars. Eruption can hurt (why do you think infants cry), so ask your dentist for suggestions to take the edge off.