A lot has changed since we were in high school together and many days I find myself wishing I could go back to those days spent in class with you, even if just for a moment. You had become one of my best friends and even though things are so different now and I don't get to see you as often, I consider you one of my best friends. We disagree on a lot sometimes but seeing you today reminded me about unconditional love and forgiveness. We went through a lot in high school and even though we're not nearly as close as we used to be, it's kinda nice that we can just pick things right back up whenever we see each other. I love you so much, Hope.. I always keep you in my prayers. 💕🌸 #bestfriend#highschool#adultsnow#grownup#imissyou#love#Hope#soulsister
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Wisdom teeth are the final set of molars that erupt. They’re called wisdom teeth because they appear later in life. These teeth (also called 3rd molars) usually fully develop and start coming out around the age of 18. Did you know that wisdom teeth sometimes don’t erupt until the age of 30?
Not all people have their wisdom teeth out in their oral cavity. Some wisdom teeth are impacted inside the bone and others are partially erupted. In many cases, wisdom teeth can cause problems, and most dentists will recommend the removal of wisdom teeth.
So, why should you have your wisdom teeth pulled? Here are some of the reasons: -Damage to Neighboring Teeth:
Just because you don’t feel pain or do not see the wisdom teeth in your mouth doesn’t mean they’re not causing problems. Your jaw may be too small to make room for wisdom teeth, and when teeth don’t have enough room they will move in awkward positions or angles and sometimes cause damage to the adjacent teeth. The X-ray and the 3D scan will show the angulation of the wisdom tooth inside the bone. Wisdom teeth can also damage the tooth next door even if they are impacted inside the bone and not fully erupted. -Infection and Pain:
A condition called “pericoronitis” happens when wisdom teeth are partially erupted and part of the gum is covering the tooth which will create a small flap over the biting surface of the tooth. Food can get trapped underneath this gum flap which in turn will cause inflammation, pain and difficulty eating and chewing. Wisdom teeth can also cause sore throats and swollen lymph glands. In some cases, cysts may form around wisdom teeth. -Tooth Alignment Problems:
This can happen if wisdom teeth don’t have enough space in the jaw. Therefore they will start moving and pushing the neighboring teeth and cause tooth crowding and may alter your bite.
Consult your dentist if you are concerned about your wisdom teeth. Call R Dental Group! 310 271 1337 #health