12 year molar - vertaling naar nederlands
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REARMOST TEETH OF THE MOUTH THAT ERUPT DURING ADULTHOOD
Wisdom Teeth; Wisdom Tooth; Maxillary third molar; Mandibular third molar; Third mandibular molar; Third maxillary molar; Wisdom-tooth; 3rd molar; Impacted molar; Third molar; Wisdom teeth; Molar, third; Impaction (dental); Third molar tooth; Third molar teeth; Third molars
  • Dental x-ray of impacted lower left wisdom tooth with a horizontal orientation
  • operculum]] covering partially erupted lower third molar, with accumulation of food debris and bacteria underneath, '''D''' The upper third molar has over-erupted due to lack of opposing tooth contact, and may start to traumatically occlude into the operculum over the lower third molar. Unopposed teeth are usually sharp because they have not been blunted by another tooth.

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K-12         
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Definitie

molar
n.
1) to cut a molar
2) an impacted molar
3) a first; second; third molar

Wikipedia

Wisdom tooth

A third molar, commonly called wisdom tooth, is one of the three molars per quadrant of the human dentition. It is the most posterior of the three. The age at which wisdom teeth come through (erupt) is variable, but this generally occurs between late teens and early twenties. Most adults have four wisdom teeth, one in each of the four quadrants, but it is possible to have none, fewer, or more, in which case the extras are called supernumerary teeth. Wisdom teeth may get stuck (impacted) against other teeth if there is not enough space for them to come through normally. Impacted wisdom teeth are still sometimes removed for orthodontic treatment, believing that they move the other teeth and cause crowding, though this is not held anymore as true. Impacted wisdom teeth may suffer from tooth decay if oral hygiene becomes more difficult. Wisdom teeth which are partially erupted through the gum may also cause inflammation and infection in the surrounding gum tissues, termed pericoronitis. Some more conservative treatments, such as operculectomies, may be fitting for some cases, yet impacted wisdom teeth are commonly extracted as treatment for these problems, many times before these problems, which might never happen, even occur. Some oppose this prophylactic removal of disease-free impacted wisdom teeth, including among them the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence in the UK.