molar tooth third

molar tooth third
the tooth most distal to the medial line on either side in each jaw, so called because it is the last of the permanent dentition to erupt, usually at the age of 17 to 21 years. Called also wisdom t., third molar, dens molaris tertius [TA], and dens serotinus [TA alternative].

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