There are many people who experience teeth eruption 3 times during their life. There are wisdom teeth which erupt at the corners of the jaws during the late teens or early twenties. Dentists suggest extracting them as they create disturbance in our overall health. However, there have been several medical studies which have revealed that wisdom teeth are relevant for us, thus there is no need to extract them until there is a favorable reason.


What are wisdom teeth?

They are known as the third molar that erupt between the ages of 17-25. An adult can have four of them, but there are possibilities that one can have more wisdom teeth, and they are called supernumerary teeth.

Dentists may suggest you to remove them as they are unnecessary and irrelevant as extra teeth get crowded in the mouth and affect the teeth position and gum strength.

Why do we need wisdom teeth?

The wisdom teeth are connected with the small intestine and the front of the pituitary gland. There are 46% of the motor and sensory nerves in the cerebral cortex which are interconnected to the mouth and face, thus when the tooth is extracted, it creates disturbance in the entire system and the joints.

There are 57,000-175,000 people in the world who went permanently numb because of nerve damage and experienced prickling. This is due to the teeth being connected through the nervous system pathways. When the wisdom teeth are being extracted, it harms the body and can lead to sudden death.

Behind the painful growth of wisdom teeth is the lack of proper nutrition. An extensive research from Dr. Weston A. Price showed that the oral health depends on a proper nutrition supply and it helps in strengthening the jaw bones.

The strong jaw bones will manage the space for all 32 teeth in the mouth without crowding.