Wisdom Tooth Pain

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Posted on By Archit Rajesh In Other

Pain in wisdom tooth. Some dentists prescribe extraction, some don't. Should I actually go for extraction... as it would be tough as the roots are fully developed. Please suggest how it can be treated and extraction be avoided.


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Could you consider coronectomy or RST? Maybe with prf/prgf


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Archit, i would definitely prescribe extraction done by an oral surgeon. That molar is with a periodontal problem at distal.

I would suggest a CBCT scan to see the relation between the roots and the nerve.


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Although you probably don't remember teething as a baby, the arrival of your wisdom teeth can remind you of what toddlers suffer through: tender gums, aching teeth and pain. Beyond making you more sympathetic to a teething tot, wisdom teeth discomfort can also herald some potential problems in your dental health. By understanding the cause of your sore gums and how wisdom teeth may play a part, you can find a method of wisdom teeth pain relief that reduces the aching sensation in the interim. If the problem is so serious,you can visit at https://www.dentistanyc.com/


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Generally speaking, pain is a protective response that ranges from minor sensitivity to severe pain and informs the body that something is wrong. As for tooth pain, it is caused by a reaction of the nerves inside a tooth's pulp chamber with the severity dependent upon the type and degree of the stimulus. What follows are some examples of symptoms you may be feeling and their possible causes. If a root surface is sensitive, keep it clean and free of dental bacterial plaque. Use a soft toothbrush, cleaning very gently at the gum line, and brush no more than twice daily. Try using fluoride-containing toothpaste made for sensitive teeth. You can even try using toothpaste like an ointment, rubbing it into the root surface for ten minutes or so at a time. If the sensitivity continues, see your dentist. I think you can visit at http://etoms.com for more details on that matter.


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