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Wisdom Teeth
Last Wednesday I started having pain and swelling around my last lower teeth and later after consulting with Dentist, I found out that my wisdom teeth is erupting and was precribed some medication for 3 days and recommended  to get it extracted. After a week, I can feel that my pain got reduced but swelling is still there around the area. But overall, i am feeling comparatively less discomfort now than week earlier. In this case, should I wait for few more days to see if swelling also gets reduced or shall I for extraction as soon as possible. Attaching Xray , refer to the lower wisdom teeth.
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You should get your wisdom tooth removed. Pain is better because you took medication. But it will come back
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You can visit my clinic for wisdom tooth removal
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Infection is there
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Hello! Get wisdom tooth extraction done
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Hello There is still infection surrounding the wisdom teeth.please go for extraction.
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