wisdom tooth

NOUN
  1. any of the last 4 teeth on each side of the upper and lower jaw; the last of the permanent teeth to erupt (between ages 16 and 21)
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How To Use wisdom tooth In A Sentence

  • From the way Hanson set his elbows it looked as if it might be a wisdom tooth coming in.
  • It is often necessary to make a small cut in the gum over the wisdom tooth, and to remove some bone so that the tooth can be lifted out.
  • You may lose both the wisdom tooth and the tooth next to it because of extensive decay.
  • Can the wisdom tooth that grows newly unplug?
  • Combined, clavicular fusion and wisdom tooth eruption are good indicators of adulthood. Break No Bones
  • C: \Users\Philip\Pictures\2009-07-30\toot … this is a little hard to see but I drew what my impacted tooth looks like (hitting the tooth in front of it) on an angle/not too far down/in my mouth you cant see the wisdom tooth at all and it looks as if the last tooth in my mouth is up against my jawbone so Im petrified. what kind of impaction is this? how long will it take to remove? Yahoo! Answers: Latest Questions
  • Today he is having a wisdom tooth removed and tomorrow he is back on his bin round. Times, Sunday Times
  • Objective: To study the clinical curative effect of metronidazole in the local treatment of acute pericoronitis of wisdom tooth.
  • The dentist extracted her wisdom tooth.
  • Meanwhile I'm recovering from jaw surgery on Monday, the wisdom tooth had J-curve roots. Archive 2006-10-01
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