Medication To Deal With Newly Developing Wisdom Teeth?
, yesterday I went to the hospital to check the wisdom teeth that had just grown and they gave the same medicine, but there were some differences whether the function was the same or different?
Thank you for the question.
Need to be clarified, what is the exact drug you are referring to?
Sometimes, wisdom teeth eruption can cause symptoms of inflammation that are quite disturbing, such as pain, swollen gums, stiff jaw, even to cause fever, chills, difficulty speaking, and swallowing food in some people. This condition can be treated in a variety of ways, depending on the position of the tooth graham and the severity of clinical symptoms that arise. In mild cases, this condition may be enough to be treated by administering several types of drugs, such as anti-pain, anti-inflammatory, or antibiotics if there are signs of infection. But in more severe cases, or where the position of wisdom teeth graham that has erupted transversely, tilted, even crushed tooth structure or jaw, the doctor will not infrequently lead to surgery.
Regarding your question, unfortunately, you did not mention the exact medication your doctor prescribed. Therefore, it is also difficult for us to determine whether the function of the drug is the same or different. The good thing is, if you are confused about the treatment your doctor gives, you consult directly with the dentist who prescribes the drug.
I hope this helps.