What Are The Signs Of Molars Appear After Being Removed At The Age Of 18 Years?
Hello What signs of molars appear after being removed at the age of 18?
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Permanent teeth that have been removed cannot grow back. This is because in each part of the gum only has one forerunner to permanent teeth. At the age of 18, all milk teeth have been replaced by permanent teeth.
However, at the age of 18 years and over, will begin to grow the last molars. Also called wisdom teeth. The signs of wisdom teeth growth are gums that look red and swollen. It can be accompanied by itching. Over time the visible teeth will appear on the gum surface.
In addition to tooth growth, red, swollen gums and itching can also be a sign of gum infection, called gingivitis. This often happens to someone who does tooth extraction is not sterile. In addition, it can also occur if when you pull a tooth there is a tear in the gum. This wound will be a place for germs to further develop.
In addition to gingivitis, swollen gums can also be caused by hematoma or blood clots.
You can compress swollen gums with warm compresses. Avoid chewing on the gums in order to ease the burden of the gums that are sick.
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