This is a huge problem, this simply indicates that there was a mishap during surgery that this person is unable to open there mouth. I suspect a torn muscle.
No. Wisdom teeth should only be taken out if they are a problem.
There is not enough room in your mouth for them to grow upwards, so a different path was taken.
Yes it possible. I am 13 and all 4 of my wisdom teeth are almost fully through. In fact I am having them taken out tomorrow morning........:(
Yes, you can. An infection in your wisdom tooth is signaled by foul taste in your mouth, bad persistance breath, pain in your teeth, headache, fever and chills (at advanced stage infection).
Oral temp is usually lower especially if the pt. is a "mouth breather" or has drank something cold.
Not all are taken my mouth. It is easier to get people to take them if they can be given that way. When penicillin was first used, it was given by injection. In this method, there is the problem of getting rid of the needles and only health professional would do it. Imagine having to go to see the doctor several times a day. Some are put on the skin and are not taken by mouth.
your molars stay there forever unless your talking bout wisdom teeth, wisdom teeth either dont ever grow in your mouth, or they grow and you have to get them taken out, or they grow in and they never give u any problems and never have to pull them out!!!!
He's lying, it's in your lower back both sides
It means taken by mouth. "Oral" means "mouth". :) ~Kora Krystle Young
They can be inhaled, taken by mouth, or injected
This statement is found in Ecclesiastes in the Bible, which is taken to be a record of the wisdom of Solomon.