Hello. new molar teeth growing I why it hurts so much but my gums seem to close these newly grown molars. so very sick. Is this just opening the gums to place the tip molars ..
Hi Raffi Mhmmd,
The final molars are referred to as wisdom teeth or third molars, which are the last permanent teeth that grow at the age of 17-21 years. In the process of wisdom teeth growing, it is not uncommon for certain complaints to arise, the most common of which is pain like what you experience.
When wisdom teeth are not fully developed and part of the teeth are still covered by gum mucosal tissue, this condition can indeed cause pain. If you experience this condition then this can be classified as normal. However, it should be noted that there are other conditions that can also trigger pain in wisdom molars, such as tooth impaction (tooth growth is obstructed by other structures, for example due to crooked teeth or insufficient room for tooth growth) or due to caries in the tooth.
To ascertain the source of the pain you are experiencing, it's a good idea to consult a dentist so that it can be examined directly. Apart from doing a physical examination, the doctor may also recommend X-rays to check the location of the wisdom teeth and the surrounding tooth structure. Thus the cause of the pain that arises can be identified, and if any abnormalities are found, the doctor will be able to determine the right treatment for you according to the underlying cause.
In the meantime, while waiting to consult a dentist, to reduce pain you can take pain relievers such as paracetamol. A cold compress on the cheek in the area of the tooth that hurts can also help reduce pain. Make it a habit to maintain healthy teeth and mouth by brushing your teeth regularly, especially after eating and before bed, and limiting consumption of sweet or sour foods.
Related information can be read here:
Variety of wisdom teeth problems and how to overcome them
May be useful,
dr. Muliani Sukiman