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 Molars teeth already showing?

Answer If you are talking about your 3rd molars (wisdom teeth) then yes, it is normal. You are right, most people don't start to see their wisdom teeth until about 20-22 years of age, but that is not alw... Read More »
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Does a first set of baby teeth molars have roots?

Answer Yes, all teeth have roots. But when they fall out naturally they don't have them anymore. The "big" teeth below "disolve" the roots by pushing the baby teeth out.
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Pain behind my molars. It's not wisdom teeth and it's not behind the tooth.?

It could be just a mouth blister, but it also might be your wisdom teeth. But you're 14, so I don't think it's your wisdom tooth, since they come in at the age of 17-21 ( not the exact age though )... Read More »
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Are wisdom teeth supposed to hurt your molars?

No, pain is not normal. If you have a bump and have swelling with pain, you may have an infected tooth. See you dentist soon. Wisdom teeth don't always hurt though, only if they are infected, decay... Read More »
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Issues with back molars...not sure if it's my wisdom teeth or gum infection?

The symptoms that you are referring to do sound very similar to what I went through when my 1st molars came in (wisdom teeth). What I believe you are feeling with your tongue is the surfacing of th... Read More »
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