Can Wisdom Teeth grow back after being pulled out?


Answers:    No. However, there have been people occasionally documented as having more than two sets of teeth in a lifetime. This is, of course, very rare. Additionally, the teeth would already be in existence after birth, so the third sets could not be viewed as a healing mechanism.
Of course not, moron.
They normally don't grow back.
No.
NO BUT YOU HAVE 2 SETS OF WISDOM TEETH
No, the root of the tooth is gone.
No
Yes, any tooth can, it is rare, but they can. My sister had to have one removed after it grew back at age 37. But then she had a front tooth that came in after baby tooth came out and then the second or primary tooth had come in so the primary tooth had to be removed.
No, but it sure hurts when they are taken out, I looked like a chipmunk for days after they were pulled.
Not suppose to, but I have heard of an appendix growing back after it had been removed.
Nope. Moron.
no,not at all.how would a teeth or for that matter any organ grow back..
no absolutly not,
Unless u have supplementary teeth
You can have more than four my brother had six my sister had five and I had six. Its not common to have more than four. btw for all the people callin her a moron your the ones that look like a moron do some reserach before answering a question.
What a dumb question! If your permanent teeth fall out will they grow back?? ofcourse not you only get one set of permanent teeth (ADULT teeth) if they happen to fall or to be extracted there is no way to get them back... Really did u actually think they will come back after being removed? unless your a shark and have millions of teeth lined up then there may be a posability.. :)
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