Is it possible for an adult to not need any wisdom teeth removed if they've never grown in or threatened the growth of the other teeth?

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If you have wisdom teeth and they haven't come in normally, you need to have them removed. And possiblly even if they have come in. They are so far back it's very hard to keep them properly cleaned. It's better to get them removed as a young adult rather than an older person. It's also better to get them removed before they start causing problems. Wisdom Teeth Removal Most dentists recommend to extract wisdom teeth, even if there are no symptoms, to prevent future complications. For adults over 30 years old, most dentist would not remove wisdom teeth because the roots are completely formed and the bone around them is dense. Extraction would be indicated only if there are symptoms.
It is not necessary. my dad's wisdom teeth are all still intact and he has never had a need to take them out.
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How many wisdom teeth does an adult have?

We have four, two on the top and two on the bottom.. Answer . i was a really weird case but i had 3 on the top and 4 on the bottom, so 7 in total i got mine out last week,

How can you tell if you need your wisdom teeth removed?

Well if you have reaccuring pain in the back of your mouth and you don't know why, then you should go to your dentist and have him take xrays of your mouth and he will tell yo

Is there any possible way to get away with smoking 3 days after wisdom teeth removal?

I suppose. Smoking shortly after having your wisdom teeth removed simply delays the healing process and increases the risk of having a complication call a dry socket. This is

Why do you need to remove the wisdom teeth?

Because sometimes you don't have enough room in your mouth for them. And sometimes, if they were allowed to grow in, they would push your other teeth out of the way and make t

Is it possible to never have any wisdom teeth at all?

It is possible for your wisdom teeth never to erupt. They probably are there, but they're buried under your gums. The word, "impacted" is used to describe a tooth that develop