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Goodbye Wisdom Teeth, Hello Adulthood

As I sat watching NCIS with my grandmother, who is threatening to give away yet another twist in the show, a sudden ache deep in my gums reminds me that, even at 19, my body is still growing (Although I’ve been the same height since 6th grade, and the same weight for almost as long). 382 more words


Stream of Consciousness: Recycled wisdom teeth.

Hey, what did one asthmatic say to the other? *Mild to extreme hyperventilation* Ba dum, cha! To say that I’m nervous is an understatement. I. 828 more words

Musings & Personal

Wisdom teeth: defeated

As I sit here with my pumpkin and ginger soup, having finished my turmeric and cinnamon smoothie, I’m feeling a little smug. Of course once the paracetamol wears off I stop feeling so smug. 674 more words


Wisdom Teeth: What To Expect When You're Missing Four Teeth

So I got all four severely impacted wisdom teeth out July 23rd, and as you can imagine, I’ve been having all sorts of fun documenting the whole ordeal. 1,679 more words


The Rise of the Wisdom Teeth

Hey everyone! This is officially my first blog since I returned from Europe and that was a few weeks ago! I’ve been struggling to figure out what my next blog topic should be since I’m traveling anymore; therefore, my blog posts may start to become rather lame and seem uneventful. 908 more words


Knowing the Concepts of Wisdom Tooth Extraction and Understanding about Impacted Teeth

Impacted enamel is one, which has problems breaking with the gums in addition to remains often fully or perhaps partially embedded from the gum. Your third molars or perhaps the wisdom teeth would be the most susceptible to being impacted. 484 more words

Dental Guide

Teens and Wisdom Teeth

Wisdom teeth, also referred to as third molars, start to show up on your dental X-rays when you’re in your mid-teens. They are called “wisdom teeth” because they come in during young adulthood—between the ages of 17 and 21—the time of life when you are beginning to mature. 328 more words

Dr. Douglas Angell