The Solution For Teeth Covered With Gums May Or May Not Be Removed?
At noon, I was crisp, so I grew molars on the back of the body, but it didn’t appear, but it had appeared a little since my teething liked swollen gum and could not eat. And now his teeth are covered with gums and the more painful it can be revoked or not? Thanks
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Basically wisdom teeth growth will indeed cause pain. Swelling of the gums is also a fairly normal symptom. However, if the pain you feel continues, so heavy that you have difficulty opening your mouth or chewing food, swelling in the cheeks and pain in the jaw as well, maybe the growth of wisdom teeth causes infection of the gums or the wisdom teeth experience impaction (growing sideways or get stuck in another tooth so it can't come out). If these things you feel, you should do a dental examination.
In general, your dentist will examine the back of your gums directly to see the presence or absence of signs of infection and recommend a panoramic x-ray examination of the teeth to see whether your teeth are impacted or not. If indeed the impacted teeth, then the dentist will recommend the removal of wisdom teeth.
To help reduce your tooth pain, you can take pain relievers such as paracetamol and compress your cheeks on the painful side with cold compresses.
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