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Pain in a half grown molar
I am 18 year old and a molar teeth which is still growing is causing much pain . The gum in that area was first paining a lot but now my entire left jaw is in pain and is a bit swollen. Please help.
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Dear practo user, For such cases you need to consult oral Medicine specialist. U can teleconsult on my page as well. Myself MDS Oral Medicine specialist from most eminent government dental hospital Maulana Azad Institute DELHI ( MAMC/ MAIDS). I will take a detailed history for this problem and advice you accordingly. Thanks
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Visit dentist. Till then you can start Cap novamox 500mg twice a day for 3days Tab ketorol DT twice a day for 3days Tab pan D once a day before lunch for 3days You can do warm saline gargles
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Its eruption pain or may be peicoronitis . U need to keep that area ean ,do warm saline gourgles . U meed to take antibiotics and painkillers. Contact on personal  chat for further details
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