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Tooth ace for wisdomteeth
I am suffering from tooth ace from last 3 days. Entire left side is paining. Some doctors are saying it's wisdom tooth in to and bottom in wrong direction. Is it really required to remove. 1yr back when i went for the same pain doctor told me it's wisdom tooth but not required to remove. Why is it that now after 1yr i need to remove.
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Hi. The only permanent solution is wisdom tooth extraction. Get it done asap before it creates problem to adjacent tooth. Get it done by Oral surgeon.
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Ma'am wisdom tooth generally encounters space problem so its better to get it removed if its hurting you otherwise it can cause problem to its adjacent tooth (which is very essential for chewing) leading to its decay .
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can do warm saline rinses meanwhile.
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hello, you can do warm salt water gargles it will give you temporary relief from pain. the best treatment for wisdom tooth is to get it removed. consult an oral surgeon.
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If the wisdom tooth does not have space to erupt or is positioned in abnormal way giving you trouble it is essential for you to get it removed. It may apply pressure on the tooth which is in front of it giving you pain in the entire area. Taking pain killer and antibiotics will just give you relief during that period but will definitely cause problems as the source is still present there. The permanent solution is to get it removed. - Dr. Som Ranjan Pathak Oral and maxillofacial Surgeon
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Get the wisdom tooth removed which is the only solution
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Dear madam, Your question seems valid. But it is difficult to comment without knowing your condition at that time. In general wisdom teeth should be removed if they erupt in an unfavourable position in the mouth because they cause damage to the adjacent teeth also.... Sorry to say but it is most dentists' observation that most patients do not agree for extraction of wisdom tooth (even if it is indicated) until they have pain.
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Please consult an oral and maxillofacial surgeon ASAP with Xrays
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Please don't delay it or else you may have to undergo extraction of adjacent tooth also
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Wisdom tooth should be removed if it is not properly aligned. If not erupting in proper position it cause damage to tooth anterior to it  which then may require root canal treatment followed by crown or even extraction.
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if extraction is required better go for it.
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Your past history very clearly says it is impacted wisdom tooth You may be knowing very well that it is functionless and it's just beginning of your problem kindly make sure you get it removed after an X-ray.
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Hello Mam, If the wisdom tooth is causing problems andit is not in a good position to erupt,then you definitely should go for a removal.Regards,Dr Sumanmakam,Dental arts,Jayanagar,Bangalore
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Hi Wisdom tooth is last tooth to come in mouth/ erupt in ur oral cavity. Thereby with available space in ur jaw it positions itself so there is maximum chances it aligns itself in wrong position so it's better to remove it either preventively or after the problem arise Consult and with help of radiographs proceed with advice of ur dr
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The tooth seems impacted / locked within the jaw bone. We sometimes adopt wait and watch approach when we notice that the wisdom tooth is in the process of eruption.Since the condition has occured again I guess your dentist is right in suggesting its extraction ,one can only decide on the treatment options after seeing the X ray.
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Pls follow your dentist's opinion.
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When wisdom tooth erupts it can cause pain in tooth neck head ear..if it is extreme than go immediately to ur near dentist for clinical check up. If found impacted than go for extraction
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clinical check up should be done
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take some painkillers and antibiotics as proscribed by ur dentist.
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Hi, to know whether to remove the wisdom tooth or not v need to check the position of the tooth on an x-ray....But if u are having so much of pain which keeps recurring it is a better option to remove the tooth...All the best
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