Pain On The Left Is It Due To Strep Throat Or Wisdom Teeth?
Tonight, I have been feeling like strep throat on the left for a long time, is it because my wisdom teeth are growing and not perfect? The thing is, sometimes inflammation recurs, sometimes it doesn’t ..
Thank you for your question.
Before answering your question I will try to describe, the form of pain when someone is experiencing tooth growth, swelling of the teeth, or cavities. Disturbances in the teeth can cause transfer pain / pain radiating to the head. That is caused by the nerves in the adjacent teeth and interconnected with the surrounding nerves. So that if there is inflammation or growth in dental tissue it will cause pain in a number of adjacent nerves, for example the throat, nose, cheeks, ears.
The position of graham teeth is at the very back where it is close to the throat, if there is inflammation it will cause inflammation and pain in the surrounding tissue, it is natural.
Some things that can cause problems in wisdom teeth growth graham youngest. Among them: impaction, festering, broken or hollow. The most commonly experienced, is the impact of teeth where teeth graham grow not perfect. Which causes the teeth must be pulled. If not removed, it will cause swelling and infection of the surrounding tissue.
If your tonsils are swollen, then you can see a doctor or dentist so you can check the cause. To reduce pain you can do a few tips at home, namely:
Gargle with warm water or salt water. Drink warm drinks. Do not squeeze foods that irritate the esophagus, such as: sour, spicy, coffee and noodles. adequate rest. Hopefully useful. Always healthy 😊