Recent Examples of wisdom tooth from the Web
Last year, Kasich pushed a seven-day supply limit to treat acute, short-term pain such as pain from a wisdom tooth extraction.
Regarding acute pain, for example, a patient recovering from the removal of wisdom teeth will have different pain-management needs than a patient recovering from a major orthopedic surgery or hernia repair.
About 18 months ago, my 17-year-old son had his wisdom teeth extracted.
But then, Loibl also began a physical transformation: Lasik eye surgery, wisdom teeth removal, hair plugs and a vegan diet, which caused him to lose about 50 pounds.
Four types of teeth are nestled into our jaws: molars, premolars, canines and incisors, plus the optional wisdom teeth.
Abortions send women to hospital emergency rooms at lower rates than such routine procedures as colonoscopies and surgeries to have wisdom teeth removed, new research has found.
Now about 95 percent of dentists and oral surgeons prescribe hydrocodone or oxycodone for patients undergoing painful procedures, such as wisdom tooth extraction.
But Hernandez last pitched on March 11 before having a wisdom tooth pulled.
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WISDOM TOOTH Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of wisdom tooth for English Language Learners
: one of four large teeth in the back of your mouth that do not appear until you are an adult
WISDOM TOOTH Defined for Kids
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