The Possibility Of New Teeth Growing At The Age Of 22 Years?
,rnI am now 22 years old, my second wisdom teeth in the lower jaw have just grown, when both my wisdom teeth grew it was very painful, and now I can see that my two wisdom teeth are growing as if they are not perfect because what it looks like the white part is only a little bit, and the other wisdom tooth feels like the cheek flesh is pressing inside, so when I close my mouth it feels uncomfortable. If it’s like this, do I have to undergo tooth extraction surgery?rnNow suddenly next to my lower canine teeth, a new tooth grows in front of me and beside my upper canine tooth also grows a new tooth behind it (outside of the jaw) so it’s in two piles, what age is it? I think it’s still possible for new teeth to grow ?rnThanks in advance 🙂
Dear Yunita Anggraini,
Have you ever lost your canine teeth before and were replaced by permanent teeth?
Wisdom teeth are the last molars to erupt in your teens to your twenties. Wisdom teeth themselves often cause uncomfortable complaints, ranging from the effects of swollen gums and pain that is felt when these teeth grow.
If the position of these teeth does not grow perfectly, then this condition is known as impaction. Impaction itself should be treated by extraction by a dental specialist. Meanwhile, for teeth that grow in your canines, this also needs to be examined directly so that treatment can be determined.
To reduce the pain you are experiencing, you can take pain relievers such as paracetamol or ibuprofen, gargle using warm water and also do warm compresses.
For further treatment, we strongly recommend that you go to the dentist directly, later the doctor may also ask you to take a dental X-ray first to see the direction of growth of your wisdom teeth so that later appropriate and appropriate treatment can be carried out.
Thus the information that we can convey, hopefully this information can be useful to resolve your complaint.
Dr. Taneya Putri Zahra