MadSci Network: Anatomy

Re: How common is it to not develope wisdom teeth?

Date: Tue Jan 9 16:56:08 2001
Posted By: Shibbi, Undergraduate, medical, FJDC
Area of science: Anatomy
ID: 977646648.An

hi Valerie!!
What is your age .. ?? if it is 10 then its too early .... the proper age 
for the development of wisdom teeth is about 18-25 and most of the time 
after that tOo .... may be in late 40's .... And only 20% people have 
their wisdom teeth ... and out of them mostly have their their wisdom 
tooth extracted ... and if u r not having any wisdom tooth at any age .. 
there is really nothing to worry about !! :)
hav a nice day 
Shibbi :o)

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