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Wisdom Teeth Extractions

Because our jaws don’t grow big enough to have enough space for wisdom teeth there isn’t enough room for them to come in properly, they tend to come in at an angle or they don’t fully emerge, which causes problems for the rest of the mouth.

We are often asked, why don’t wisdom teeth fit our mouths?

Our jaws are now smaller because our current diets lack key nutrients that would allow our jaws to develop properly.

One vitamin that we don’t eat as much us Vitamin K2.  This vitamin is responsible for letting the jaw develop by taking calcium in the body and putting it into the bones.  Vitamin K2 is found in liver and organ meat as well as animal products from animals that eat grass (not grain or corn). Because of the low-fat food craze and factory farming, Vitamin K2 has virtually been obliterated from our diets.

An underdeveloped lower third of the face has become the norm. Our ancestors had great jaw development with room for all 32 teeth to come in straight.

So, how do you know if you have a fully developed jaw? It depends on your childhood. Eating raw, crunchy foods rich with nutrients found in organ meats and grass-fed animal fats stimulate proper jaw development. Childhood diets are now heavy in soft, nutrient-poor foods like applesauce and crackers like Goldfish. Bottles and sippy cups also hinder proper jaw development. Our diets are too soft and our jaws aren’t developing fully due to lack of use.

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Extraction details

Leave wisdom teeth in

When to have wisdom teeth extracted

How long to wait

Wisdom Teeth Recovery Time

What to expect after wisdom teeth are extracted

Extract all of my wisdom teeth?

Follow up after an extraction