Does Molars Grow Imperfectly Need To Be Pulled Out?
Hello. I am Riza. 23 years old. I added molars on the right and left edges. Already almost 1 year more teeth are not open all, only part of it is open because it is blocked gums. That’s what often makes the pain in the gums. And I feel disturbed when chewing food. Why it happened like this. Do conditions like this have to be extracted teeth?
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Wisdom teeth are the last growing molars to supplement 32 adult teeth. Wisdom tooth growth occurs at around 21 years of age. However, sometimes the growth of these young molars can be disrupted, causing inflammation, pain, aching to eating disorders.
Complaints that are often felt related to wisdom teeth problems are impaction or imperfect growth of teeth, so that the molars can grow partially, covered with gums, or tilted. This impaction disturbance can occur because the growth of molars is blocked by other teeth, there is not enough molars, or the proportion of the jaws and molars is inappropriate.
In connection with your question, any complaints of your wisdom teeth that do not grow completely due to the position of the teeth that are blocked are blocked because other teeth are blocked or the tooth space is incompatible so this can indeed cause complaints of pain and swelling in your gums. And under certain conditions, can cause infection until the appearance of pus in your gum area. So it needs to be carried out accordingly with regard to the condition of your teeth at this time.
To find out the appropriate treatment steps for your teeth, it is necessary to do a direct examination to your dentist so that the doctor can see directly the condition of your teeth and ensure proper treatment for your teeth, do you need to remove teeth, open the gums or just enough with medication.
If the dentist evaluates, a good tooth position, and partially covered gums, tooth extraction is not required. Care and treatment of inflammation and some teeth covered with gums can be done.
However, all of this still requires a direct decision from the dentist who treats you, so visit your dentist for further treatment.
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