Is The Danger Of Pulling Out Molars That Grow And Push Cheeks?
Doctor, I have very severe pain in my left upper molars. Even the pain reached the head. After being checked he said it was a tooth that grew u0026amp; push cheeks. Needs to be revoked because it has only roots. I was offered to be referred to a hospital, but I refused. Then is it dangerous to pull out those teeth? Are there any aftermath? Please explain Flower, 26th
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Tooth pain can occur due to various things, including:
Damage to nerves
Teeth that grow pressing other teeth
So in your case, it could indeed be a complaint that occurs because the teeth are growing. And because the problem is with the teeth, the general treatment is to pull the tooth out. In some cases there is a method of handling without pulling teeth, namely by using stirrup to shift the position of the tooth in front so as not to be pushed, but this also cannot apply to all conditions. You may ask your dentist to ask if this method is possible, but if you say you can't, it means there really isn't another way.
If the tooth that is pushing is not removed, it can push other teeth so that your teeth will become untidy and painful during the process. It may also be that there are injured nerves and food scraps attached, causing further damage. Our advice, if the symptoms are clear and the dentist is stated to be removed, then it is better to be removed. Pulling teeth is completely harmless, instead one of the procedures is relatively safe because the wound is quite small. So, hopefully answering your question.