can wisdom teeth cause eye twitching?

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Answered: Wisdom teeth why do some people never get wisdom teeth

First off a semantic issue. No organism is more or less evolved than another, stating it that way infers that evolution has a goal that it is attempting to reach. This is a common misunderstanding, evolution/natural selection favor those organisms who are most adapted to their environments so no ...

Answered: Wisdom teeth

Oh, you were lucky before. When I got mine pulled I was in a lot of pain for the first three days...

Answered: Uncertain Causes of Sensitivity in my Teeth

Thank You...This all started many years ago when I was growing up and had poor denistry care. And the advances made over the last 2-3 decades have been very helpful. In fact if a person eats and brushes and uses the available treatments I can't see any reason to even have a cavity or dental work ...

Answered: What do dentist do with our teeth when they remove them.

I think once a tooth is removed it is useless and cannot be used again. But dentists may keep some for study reasons

Answered: How long do dissolvable sutures take to come out or dissolve? When can I

There are different types of dissolvable sutures. Call the person that did this to you and get specifics. With a name, you can Google it. Or if you are lucky, the orifice manager might actually give you the info. JayR
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What causes a person to twitch when they are sleeping?

A number of factors. A vivid dream. Muscles relaxing. An uncomfortable position that the body is attempting to adjust to without fully waking. Indigestion. Various neurological disorders. A spring coming through the mattress.

Is there anything you can do to lighten the appearance of dark under the

Sleep! I think that's the best way to remove the dark circles under your eyes

My wisdom teeth are growing and i'm having a lot ...

Is it mostly the upper teeth that hurt? If so, it could be that you have one heck of a sinus infection, which can feel a lot like a toothache.

Wisdom tooth pain

you will need to get them pulled. if you don't it will continue to hurt.i had the same problem.i tried all kinds of pain killers NOTHING helped.so i ended up getting mine pulled.that was the ONLY WAY for the pain to stop. For more details pls visit http://www.wisdomdentalemergency.com.au/