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Wisdom Teeth Pain

I am having huge pain because of wisdom teeth growth. I've been having pain killers for 4 days now. At times the pains so much that I take 2 pills of pain killers. Do I need to visit a dentist or should I continue on pain killers?
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Dr. Rashmi Punhani Bangalore | Pediatric Dentist
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Hi there ...please "DO NOT" take self medication as it will have side effects on your body parts like kidney problems and internal bleeding in stomach..without your notice ... You should visit a dentist ASAP to get a proper diagnosis and treatment.. Take care ...!!!
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Hi..better visit dentist for permanent solution. You might need extraction or at least a good set of medication temporarily. Regards
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Dr. Ramya. M.R Kolar | Dentist
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Visit a dentist at the earliest. Donot self medicate urself for long. Dentist 'll assess ur wisdom tooth growth position n let u know if it can b retained or requires removal. U 'll also b out on antibiotics. Meanwhile use bethadine mouthwash n continue taking painkiller. Rinse well after each meal. Take care.
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Visit dentist as soon as possible
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Please get yourself evaluated by a dentist as soon as possible..in the meantime please continue the painkiller. There maybe a need to add some antibiotics it consider extraction of the tooth depending on the clinical evaluation and x ray of the tooth.
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