Overcoming Wisdom Teeth That Grow Sideways During Pregnancy?
Morning, I am currently 4 months pregnant. My tooth molars grow left and right with the sleeping position until “the tooth pierced the gum u0026amp; pushing the other teeth causing my gums to swell u0026amp; the teeth of scalding eat. “Is it safe if the tooth is pulled out when it is pregnant?
Thank you for the question.
Graham tooth growth which is not positioned correctly can indeed trigger inflammation, which in turn causes the teeth to feel pain, swollen gums, and even other symptoms that can appear more severe, such as fever, jaw stiffness, swallowing pain, bleeding gums or festering gums, and so on.
This condition, if it occurs during pregnancy, should not be treated carelessly. Go directly to the experts, the dentist. Usually, as a preliminary treatment, the doctor will first give you several types of drugs so that the symptoms of inflammation that appear to subside. Furthermore, observations will be made, whether significant improvements occur or not. Frequently, if there is improvement, definitive measures such as surgery will be delayed until after delivery. However, if you feel the risk of delaying the action is far greater than the benefits, then the doctor may be taking the action earlier. So, consult him directly ...
In the meantime, you can relieve the pain in your teeth and swell your gums by:
Take paracetamol medicine Warm compresses on the outside of swollen gums Reduce consumption of hard, sticky foods. Diligently brush your teeth more cleanly Gargle with warm saline solution More rest Hopefully helps ..