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When your wisdom teeth are coming through can all your teeth be sore?

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2008-11-15 16:46:54
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It's highly possible. As the Wisdom Teeth are joined to your jaw the pain can feel like it's running through all your teeth.

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Wisdom teeth coming in does not normally cause swelling or tightness in the throat. The most common side effect is a sore jaw.


Sore throat is a form of infection due to bacteria and may be due to several reasons. If the Wisdom tooth is impacted (in simple words: is not comming out normally) it may cause a host of infections and problems in your teeth and gums. Consult your dentist to have your wisdom tooth checked and to see that if it is creating any problems....


I believe you can get neck pains due to infected/misplaced wisdom teeth. My older sister found out her wisdom teeth were infected when the back of her neck became really sore. She went to the doctor and found that she needed her wisdom teeth extracted, everything is pretty well connected to each other when it comes to muscles and nerves in the same area.


I don't think so... but if it is happening to you, it may be serious! Call a doctor!


No. Your wisdom teeth were removed, not cut. A tooth is a bone just like any other. The pain you feel is the actual gum healing. You should be sore for a week or two. It's just part of the process. Try not to let anything get inside the wound.


most likley it wont make your body ach probly make your throat sore i am not 100% sure thought


It is normal to have some swelling and redness on your cheeks after having your wisdom teeth removed. If this swelling and redness lasts for more than 2 days you should contact your dentist.


AnswerIf you wisdom teeth were way back, you might have a sore throat, because the healing is happening back there and the pain will last a few days to a week.But the sore throat can also be related to a cold that you are having at the same time.AnswerI was 30 years old (very healthy) and I didn't have a sore throat, with my wisdom teeth extraction, but did feel like I had the flu. My head, body, ears, and lymph nodes ached for 3 days afterward. Antibiotics, sleep, and a cold pack for exterior swelling/discomfort are *key*.


I just had my wisdom teeth removed and the teeth next to the wound were very sore for about a week and a half.


you probably have impacted molars you probably have impacted molars


It is sore from the trauma of removing the tooth and it is stiff probably from the swelling. Your doctor probably gave you a prescription for the pain. If not, ibuprofen should help.


Well, it means that your gums have teeth coming through and are itchy, your gums are just plain itchy and maybe swollen and sore, or your just plain wierd.


Yes, as long as your mouth is not too sore. It should not damage the extraction site.


Possibly a new(wisdom?) tooth emerging. Have a dentist check it out. caryhoneybee


It depends on the tooth and how it is in your mouth. Some wisdom teeth can be removed without surgery and some need surgery. The hole doesn't really affect needing surgery or not. Wisdom teeth, if bothersome, usually are pulled. Most dentists prefer you see an oral surgeon just in case their should be any problems (generally there isn't.) Just a little info as to why we have to put up with these miserable little additions in our mouth, here is why some people have them: As you know we have changed with evolution, and thousands of years ago we had wider jaws, and needed more teeth. As our faces and bodies slimmed down to suit our generations to come, and unfortunately, for some, we have been blessed with wisdom teeth. They are useless and if they bother you in any way (even very sore gums back in your jaw ... this means the wisdom tooth is not quite coming through) it is best to have them removed. Good luck Marcy


Sore gums are a common symptom of poor oral health. They are very common in adults and teenagers. There are six common causes for sore gums: teething, impacted teeth, an injury, gum disease, cancer, and mouth ulcers. Teething is a painful process where the teeth force their way through the gum surface. This process is necessary, but creates very sore gums. Teething is usually completed in childhood, with the exception of wisdom teeth, which can appear in the teenage years or early twenties. An impacted tooth can also create sore gums. When a tooth is coming through the gums, it can develop at the wrong angle. As a result, the tooth can become stuck or impacted and must be extracted by a dentist. Sore gums can occur if there is any type of impact to the teeth or gums with a hard object, such as furniture or the floor. These types of injuries are quite common in contact sports, such as hockey or football. Mouth guards are designed to absorb the impact and reduce the chance of injury to the teeth and gums. Gum disease or periodontal disease is very common in adults and is the leading cause of sore gums. Gum disease weakens the attachment of the teeth to the gums. It is caused by an infection in the gums due to the presence of tarter on the teeth, at the gum line. This type of infection is called gingivitis, with its most noticeable symptom being sore gums that bleed when the teeth are brushed. Sometimes, there are no symptoms other than sore gums. Untreated gingivitis can progress past the point of sore gums. The gums can swell, bleed, and change color. If gingivitis is not treated, the sufferer runs the risk of having his teeth become loose and fall out. Mouth cancer is very serious and some of the first symptoms are sore gums, bad breath, and teeth that move. Other symptoms include red or white patches in the mouth, bleeding, and trouble swallowing. Mouth cancer is most commonly found among people who smoke cigarettes or chew tobacco, but can develop in other people as well.


No special foods are needed. Eat anything you soft and mushy unless your mouth is too sore to chew it. In a day or two, considering how many teeth were removed, your mouth will be back to normal.


I wouldn't recommend anything that requires much chewing. Often your entire jaw can be sore and the area of the recent surgery can be aggravated by such foods.


You get a cold sore by coming into direct contact with the virus (such as kissing).


The cold sore is contracted by coming in contact with the herpes virus.


Soft rice with sweet yogurt is good, anthing soft and not sour in taste will work. This is what I eat when I have sore teeth.


Yes. The eruption of wisdom teeth may cause pain and swell in the affected area. In some cases, infected wisdom teeth may also cause pain in the entire jaw, neck, and throat, as well as headaches. A wisdom tooth infection might also cause sore throats and swollen lymph glands just under the jaw which causes ear pain as well. Swelling of the face and jaw, pus drainage and the presence of a bad smell or taste in your mouth are other common signs of infected wisdom teeth. You may also find it very difficult to chew or eat.


You can pass herpes through a cold sore.


Actually, braces don't hurt. Your teeth are just sore from the orthodontist treatment you've been receiving. Your teeth are moving. In my case, my teeth aren't sore anymore because I've had them for almost two years. But your teeth could become sore if your orthodontist tightens your braces. Don't worry... the soreness will get away soon. Just hang in there.


If you're experiencing a sore jaw underneath your teeth, chances are you have a tooth infection, gingivitis, or lock jaw. Your best bet would be to get to your dentist ASAP.



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