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IN Health & Fitness ON 21 Jan, 2016
We get our teeth twice in our life, but it won't be wrong if I say many people experience teeth eruption thrice as well. When you reach in your late teens or early twenties, wisdom teeth get erupted right at the corners of your jaws.
Many-a-times, dentists suggest to extract the wisdom tooth. They find it an unessential part that creates disturbance in our oral health. But, several medical studies have revealed the relevance of wisdom teeth in our body. There is a need to know why we should not go for its extraction until there is a favorable reason for it.
Wisdom teeth are also known as third molar which generally erupt between the ages of late teens and earily twenties (17-25). Most often an adult can have four wisdom teeth. There are possibilies to have more wisdom teeth which are called supernumerary teeth.
Many-a-times, people around suggest us to take out the wisdom teeth as they found it unessential and dentists also say it as the irrelevant extra teeth that get crowded in our mouth and also affect other teeth position and gum strength.
Many few of us have this in our knowledge that the wisdom teeth are connected with our small intestine and the front of our pituitary gland. Around 46% of the motor and sensory nerves in our cerebral cortex are interconnected to our mouth and face. So, whenever a tooth is extracted, it creates disturbance in the entire system and joints.
Do you know that there are around 57,000 to 175,000 people around the world who went permanently numb due to nerve damage and experienced prickling as well? This happens because all our teeth are connected through the nervous system pathways. Wisdom teeth extraction has other very harmful effects on the body, sometimes which can lead to sudden death.
It was revealed in the 1900s, in the extensive research of Dr. Weston A. Price that the oral health totally depends on a proper supply of nutrition. It will strengthen your jaw bones.
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