Teeth Often Feel Sore When New Molars Grow?
Good evening, I’m jeane. I have a problem with my upper front and lower front teeth, these teeth ache. Indeed, my wisdom tooth has just grown, is it because of this new Graham tooth that my teeth ache? Because I have used sensitive toothpaste and a soft toothbrush and brush my teeth properly. Thank you
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The growth of wisdom teeth often triggers pain and aches. This pain can be severe enough to radiate to the jaw and head. However, it is very rare for pain from wisdom tooth growth to radiate to the front teeth.
Chances are, the pain in your front teeth is due to the following reasons:
Caries (cavities) Periapical abscess (buildup of pus at the base of the tooth due to bacterial infection) Gums shrinkage Cracked teeth Periodontal abscess (accumulation of pus around the teeth) Gingivitis (inflammation of the gums), etc. If the pain that appears is very disturbing, this condition can certainly be very disturbing in activities. Therefore, you should go directly to the dentist. The doctor will examine the condition of your teeth thoroughly and determine the best treatment, whether it is enough to administer drugs or special toothpaste, or maybe other actions, such as extraction, filling gear, and so on.
In the meantime, try to relieve pain in your teeth by first taking paracetamol. Reduce first the use of painful teeth to bite or chew food. Avoid contact between the aching tooth and foods that are too cold, too acidic, or too hot. Don't forget to always brush your teeth and rinse your mouth with antiseptic mouthwash 3 times a day.
I hope this helps.
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah