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Canker sores

I've wisdom teeth coming up.since there's no space it's kind of tearing my skin in the mouth. And also I've been suffering with canker sores right next to that teeth for past three days. My right jaw has little swollen and pain is unbearable. I feel feverish with mild headache. please suggest any remedy.
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All symptoms are suggestive of some infection around wisdom tooth. Permanent solution would b extracting that tooth.mean while you can start antibiotics and painkillers.
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Dr. Rashmi Punhani Bangalore | Pediatric Dentist
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Hi there, visit your nearby dentist and get it diagnosed properly with X-Ray ...and plan treatment accordingly... Meanwhile, you can take IBUGESIC PLUS (400mg) after meals for relief... Take care...!!!
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Hi..you might extraction of wisdom tooth as a permanent solution. Take Tablet Ketorol-DT two tablets in half glass of water after meals followed by one each after every meal for three days Regards
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Dr. Ramya. M.R Kolar | Dentist
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Hi.. If there is no space for wisdom tooth to come out completely it is adviced to get is removed to avoid discomfort n infections. Sooner the better. Lack of space can b confirmed with an x ray. Visit a dentist ASAP for evaluation n U 'll require antibiotics. Meanwhile use bethadine mouthwash n use painkillers. Apply dentogel oral ointment on ulcers 3-4times daily. Regards.
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Dr. Chethan R S Bangalore | General Physician
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Hi...., Treatment usually isn't necessary for minor canker sores, which tend to clear on their own in a week or two. But large, persistent or unusually painful sores often need medical care. A number of treatment options exist which includes mouth rinses, topical anesthetic agents, chemical cautery, vitamin supplements such as folate (folic acid), vitamin B-6, vitamin B-12 or zinc... Consult Physician.....
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