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More than 35 million Americans are missing all their teeth in one or both jaws.
Our teeth have a purpose and that purpose is to eat. Or to break down our food to aid in digestion, but we’ve discovered that our teeth are really a multi-purpose tool, right? Have you ever used your teeth to open a bag of chips? Don’t have scissors on hand to remove that pesky clothing tag – why not use your teeth? Are you trying to tie a knot, but you’re by yourself? Why not use your teeth to help tie that knot? Our teeth can come in handy in a pinch. But, what happens when using our teeth as a multi-purpose tool can result in chipped tooth pain?
Have you ever wondered why wisdom teeth, which are really just the upper and lower third molars, are called “wisdom” teeth? It’s because they usually come in between the ages of 17-21 when a person is considered old enough to have gained some wisdom. The thing is, we don’t seem to be very wise at that age. Especially in all things love and war. And when it comes to knowing the signs of wisdom teeth. We can’t help you with love and war, but we can help you understand the warning signs of wisdom teeth.