Pain In The Teeth When There Are Teeth That Grow?
Hello afternoon .., I want to ask, my lower right wisdom teeth have grown to the doctor since my youngest dentist is growing normally but my gums are aching until they ache. That is why? Does it need to be pulled out? Thanks in advance 😊
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Pain in the teeth when there are teeth that grow is a condition that is very reasonable. Most teeth that grow will definitely feel pain, so babies who are just starting to teething often bite anything to channel pain and discomfort when their teeth are growing.
What needs to be aware of this pain is if the teeth that grow are tilted so that the other teeth are pressed. If this is the case, it may be necessary to install brackets to correct the position of the teeth so that they are not compressed or extracted. Another possibility to watch out for is infection or buildup of pus in the oral cavity. However, because you have already examined your teeth at the dentist and said there are no problems, we feel that the complaints you feel are purely due to the growth of the teeth and do not require special treatment because it will improve by itself.
What you can do at home to help reduce pain is to gargle with warm salt water, compress the sides of the cheeks with cold compresses, apply clove oil and take over-the-counter pain relievers by first reading the rules of use. In addition, if the complaint is indeed very disturbing and these methods do not work, you should check your teeth with the same dentist or another dentist to find out their opinions. So, hopefully answering your question.