Overcoming Partially Damaged Molars?
wisdom teeth fracture and enters the gums
Your statement is rather ambiguous. Wisdom teeth surgery is generally done because of impaction. This means that the teeth grow horizontally rather than vertically. Teeth do not appear to arise from the gums or only partially arise. Teeth that grow horizontally will press on the teeth in front of them, causing pain and swelling.
Wisdom teeth surgery is generally done by taking wisdom teeth in their entirety. Teeth are not left partially, all tooth bodies will be removed up to the roots. So, your statement 'broken wisdom teeth surgery' becomes ambiguous because it suggests that there are still leftover teeth. If there are still leftover teeth, then the possibility of the action you are referring to is not wisdom teeth surgery. Maybe the action is treatment of cavities or tooth root care.
Consult this with the dentist. The doctor will assess whether there really is a broken tooth or not. The doctor may need to take x-rays to assess the condition of the teeth and tooth roots. The action depends on the condition of your teeth. If correction is possible, the dentist will maintain the tooth. If it is not possible to be corrected, then it is likely that the tooth will be pulled out.
Try not to eat with the jaw area that has the problematic teeth. Maintain optimal dental hygiene, brush your teeth 2x a day. To reduce pain, you can consume analgesics that are sold freely and are labeled green, consume according to the dose. Stop consuming if there is an allergic reaction. That's all my explanation, hopefully it's useful. Regards.