Wisdom teeth. Wisdom teeth generally erupt between the ages of 17 and 21, but can come in earlier or later. It is best to monitor this through clinical exams and x-rays with a dentist to evaluate whether or not there is room for them to come in or if they need to be removed when it is easier and has less associated risk. Consult with an Oral Surgeon, or your General Dentist.
15-21. Varies. Some as early as 14-15, some never grow in. For best information, see an oral surgeon for exam/rcommendations.
Age 15 and 24. Wisdom teeth are the last erupting teeth between the ages of 15 and 24.
Age 16-20. The wisdom teeth develop and may erupt or grow in from ages 16 thru 20, on average. Some people may not have any but normally one has two to four teeth. Some sit dormant and cause no problems. However, most wisdom teeth can partially erupt or push on the existing teeth which can lead to damages and infections. They may need to be removed. Read more...