Wisdom Teeth That Grow But Are Not Swollen And Do Not Hurt?
wisdom teeth began to appear but did not hurt, did not swell. is the sign normal?
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Each tooth has its own eruption time. In general, wisdom teeth (third molars) erupt between 17 and 25 years of age.
The eruption of wisdom teeth is often marked by the appearance of whitish tooth buds on the surface of the gums. In addition, sufferers may also experience several symptoms of inflammation in the gums, ranging from itching, pain, swelling, redness, and some are so severe that they cause fever, jaw stiffness, pus coming out of the swollen gums, and so on.
Not showing signs of inflammation in the gums when wisdom teeth erupt is not a problem. In many cases, the inflammation that occurs can be so minimal that there are no significant complaints.
Therefore, there is no need to worry .. Most importantly, always keep your teeth and mouth clean by brushing your teeth regularly 3 times a day using fluorescent toothpaste, namely in the morning, evening, and at night before bed. To reduce the discomfort in the gums that often occurs when teething wisdom teeth, you can eat more foods or drinks that are cold temperature.
That's the explanation from us. For more details, try to consult directly with a dentist.
I hope this helps.
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah