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Wisdom Tooth Pain

Do You Have Wisdom Tooth Pain?

For Immediate Pain Relief and to Ensure that No Other Complications or Dental Problems Arise From Your Situation, Contact Our Emergency Dental Team Now on:

 

Wisdom Tooth Pain

Wisdom tooth pain is something that should be dealt with immediately. Anyone who has had the misfortune to deal with wisdom teeth pain will agree that the pain is close to being unbearable – and the sufferer will do whatever it takes just to end the agony once and for all, because no one deserves to suffer from an excruciating wisdom tooth problem.

 

What Causes Wisdom Tooth Pain?

Wisdom tooth pain is caused when one or more of the wisdom teeth (the final set or molars) is unable to successfully grow out of the gum line. When this happens, the wisdom tooth will have a tendency to instead grow sideways (as opposed to upwards), and can push against the existing teeth in the surrounding area. This pressure will cause a lot of pain and discomfort for the wisdom tooth patient.

Wisdom tooth pain can also result from the partial eruption of the tooth through the gum line – and when a flap of gum tissue forms over the partially erupted tooth. The flap of gum can trap food bits in the area, making it difficult to clean and more prone to infections and also more prone to tooth decay. A decayed wisdom tooth will lead to a lot of pain and discomfort.

  • Some bone is removed to gain access
  • The tooth is split
  • The roots are removed separately.
  • The gum is replaced and heals naturally

 

Symptoms of Wisdom Tooth Pain

  • Extreme pain or discomfort coming from the of a wisdom tooth
  • Swollen gums in the area where a wisdom tooth is located
  • Irritation or pain of the soft inner mouth lining, on the part where the wisdom tooth causes friction because of its abnormal position.
  • Crowding of teeth surrounding an impacted wisdom tooth.
  • Swelling and infection in the gum flap that formed on top of a partially-erupted wisdom tooth
  • Unable to open mouth
  • Severe discomfort on swallowing

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