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I was diagnosed with wisdom teeth unable to grow as required, so doctor gives me medication. But after few days pain in teeth begins. Should I continue using medication or stop it ?
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Hello, you can do salt water rinses, this will give you temporary relief. visit a dentist and get your X-ray done. if required get the wisdom tooth removed.
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Medicine ll give you temporary relief but treatment is the ultimate solution to relieve the pain..
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Its best to get them out. The problem will keep repeating till you do not get them removed. Do not continue your medicine and make an appointment with your dentist
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