Molars Grow At The Age Of 17 Years. Including Wisdom Teeth?
I want to ask, my age is now 19 years old, when I was 17 years old my molars began to grow, but not turned away at the tips of the gums or commonly called wisdom teeth, my molars grow in the middle or after 2 molars from behind which finally molars this new grow so kingsul, what I want to ask is ordinary molars or wisdom teeth huh? because I was worried that my wisdom teeth would grow again, because what I felt yesterday was very painful
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Wisdom teeth are actually another term for third graham teeth (molar 3). If what you mean is first graham teeth (molar 1), it is not appropriate to call these teeth wisdom teeth. Normally, these first graham teeth will erupt (grow to the surface) in the age range of 6 to 7 years. This eruption can be hampered by many factors, including because of the urgency of the structure of other teeth. It could also, teeth that have impacted or the shape of a small jaw blocking the eruption of this tooth.
Tooth eruption can indeed cause inflammation around the gums. This inflammation can make the gums swell, redness, to make it difficult for sufferers to eat or talk. If you do not experience severe complaints like this, your condition is not always dangerous.
The condition of your missing teeth may be due to the small growth site compared to the size of the teeth. If the position of the teeth is disturbing enough, it never hurts you to check yourself directly to the dentist so that the best treatment is given, yes. To improve the position of the teeth that have faded, the doctor can direct you to use braces or other medical procedures.
I hope this helps.