I had all my wisdom teeth until I was 32. About a month ago I got a real bad jaw ache on my right side and my teeth got really sensitive. I used ice packs and pain meds for aboout 2 days and made an appt with the oral surgeon, I finally could not take the pain anymore.
He told me that the impacted wisdom tooth will form a gap between itself and the 2nd molar which allows food and bacteria to grow and become infected...by the time you begin to feel the pain, the infection is already manifested and needs to be treated with an antibiotic.
You'll know , trust me
I had been having pain in my lower left wisdom tooth for 2 days....On the third day the pain got so bad that I just could not take it anymore..I went to the dentist and found out that I had gotten an infection in it....With the pain you will know
at the time of birth no one has wisdom tooth
A wisdom tooth is one of the three molars. A molar is defined as a tooth with four cusps or points, and the wisdom tooth is simply the last molar to erupt and farthest back in the jaw.
If one has an impacted wisdom tooth, it means that their tooth has not had enough room to grow and are stuck under the gum or have only partially erupted. One can visit their dentist to find out if they have an impacted wisdom tooth.
It depends on the person, there is no hard and fast rule. Your tolerance of pain, whether or not the tooth and gum are infected and how many teeth and on which side(s) are all factors that can contribute to healing times. If you get one tooth removed on one side and it's not infected, you will be able to eat normally a few hours later but you may notice an intolerance to spicy and acidic foods. In those conditions (One tooth, one side, not infected) you can expect a healing time of 3-10 days.
It is not normal but some do have wisdom tooth pain after an year.
I got just one wisdom tooth when I was in my 20s. I'm in my 60s now and still have it.
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When you get your normal tooth there are very less chances of the tooth pain or headache. But if you are getting your wisdom tooth then there are chances of getting a headache. If you feel that there is a pain in the tooth causing a headache, you should visit your dentist to get your wisdom tooth checked.
It depends on how big the wisdom tooth is. If it is just a little one then no. And it could matter how narrow or big your throat is.
it takes a while
Quite often, a piece of gum tissue overlies the wisdom tooth which is partially through. Keep the area as clean as possible, otherwise attend your dental checkups as recommended so your dentist can keep it under observation. If the loose gum is causing you pain or severe irritation, then the wisdom tooth may need to come out, but it sounds unlikely from what you describe. There is no need to have wisdom teeth removed, unless they are causing problems such as pain, swelling, infection, decay in the tooth in front etc. Very often, the risks of wisdom tooth removal outweigh the benefits. Sometimes a wisdom tooth does not erupt completely, and creates an extension of gum called operculum. While eating and chewing on food, this operculum can be irritated and infected causing a pericoronitis. This condition has signs of intense pain, redness, a bad smell and a difficulty of opening the mouth. If the operculum does not go away, it is advised to extract the wisdom tooth to prevent complications of the pericoronitis. Under certain conditions, if the wisdom tooth has erupted, but an operculum is still present, it is possible to make an operculectomy, which is the removal of the extension of the gum itself without extracting the tooth.
It is ok that you only have one wisdom tooth it is not uncommon... No big deal just not as smart as the average person!.. (just kidding)-dental humor...The unknown is, why are we born with wisdom teeth and then when we are older they have to be removed. makes you think what was God plan on that...Aunt Laura
Normally, there is not enough room in your mouth for the wisdom teeth to come in. If you've lost some back teeth for one reason or another, the wisdon tooth can come in with no problem.
It's time to get the Wisdom tooth pull out, because they rot too fast.
Tooth number one is the wisdom tooth in the back of your upper jaw on the right side. They then count across the upper jaw from right to left, ending with the wisdom tooth on the upper left which is number 16. Then the numbering starts with the wisdom tooth on the left side of the lower jaw directly below number 16. That is number 17. They then count across the lower jaw from left to right, ending with the wisdom tooth on the lower right, which is number 32 and is directly below number 1.
There are several remedies for numbing wisdom tooth pain. Among these is rinsing with warm salty water. Also, tablets one would take for a headache can also be effective.
Dentists perform wisdom tooth extractions. Most dentists will perform them in their own surgery but in the case of more complex extractions, it may be necessary for the patient to attend a dental hospital.
I had one impacted wisdom tooth removed, and was not put to sleep. However, I felt no discomfort during and was unaware that it had already been done. However, recently I had the other 3 removed at the same time and was put to sleep, as they were all infected and all 3 shattered in my gums during surgery. Any questions feel free to email me at email@example.com
A root canal would almost never be done on a Wisdom Tooth. But it is when they open the top of the tooth and remove all of the nerves in the roots. They leave the roots and fill them with a special material. Then they put a filling in the tooth. The tooth will also need a crown put on it to keep it healthy. Having your Wisdom Teeth removed is when they take out the very last molars in your mouth. They are called Wisdom Teeth. Very few people have room for these teeth to fit properly in their mouth. Each person has one on the top right, top left, bottom right and bottom left; four wisdom teeth. A root canal is done to save a tooth and keep it in mouth. The removal of a tooth consists of extracting it. Which is better? Depends on many factors. Can you use your wisdom tooth if you keep it? Will that wisdom tooth replace another molar that has previously extracted? The best would be to discuss it with your dentist.
One of the common complications are pain and delayed healing. This wisdom tooth extraction is what dentist call as minor oral surgey. Read the article here http://www.intelligentdental.com/2010/05/24/management-of-pain-and-promotion-of-healing-after-a-tooth-extraction/
For one tooth, 30 minutes to 1 hour at the most.
You should not lose the one in the back of it. The one in front of it is just like losing a tooth. The moler hurts when getting it out. You can't lose wisdom teeth!
You can only put a bridge on if there is a tooth on each side to support it. Therefore, a bridge cannot replace a wisdom tooth, because it's the last one on the dental arch. If you keep your wisdom tooth and you need to extract the molar right before, then you can replace that molar with a bridge. In any other case, an implant would be a better treatment. Thornhill Dentist http://www.bcdentalcare.ca/CosmeticDentistry/tabid/471/Default.aspx
He would cut your gums open and take it out.
Ear aches are one of the symptoms of dry socket. Get that checked out asap!