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Why do we have wisdom tooth pain and what are remedies?

Wisdom tooth pain symptoms

If you still have wisdom teeth, you may be doubting if you are going to experience wisdom teeth pain. As the wisdom teeth come in, they can be very aching. How can we recognize this unique pain of wisdom teeth?

There will be a wisdom teeth pain at the back of the mouth, behind your molars. In a mirror, you may notice that your wisdom teeth have started to poke through your gums. That area might be red, inflamed and also tender to the touch.    However, some people don’t have visible symptoms of wisdom teeth pain.

There can be a number of other causes of oral pain. They can comprise tooth decay, crack or abscess, a damaged filling, teeth grinding at night, and gum infection. Regardless of the cause though, you should consult your dentist whenever you experience oral pain.

Causes of wisdom tooth pain

Painful wisdom teeth can occur due to a number of reasons. Maybe your wisdom teeth have come in curved. Maybe it can’t fit correctly in your mouth or have led to an infection. Irrespective of the cause, painful wisdom teeth can surely affect your general oral health. Therefore, it should be treated instantly.

Pain relief after wisdom tooth extraction...?

I have to have all 4 wisdom teeth taken out - and I know I am a pain wimp, so my question is what pain medications will I come home with, or which ones should I ask the Oral Surgeon for???


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Pain relief 6 days after wisdom tooth extraction?

I had all four of my wisdom teeth pulled 6 days ago and I am still in major pain, particularly my lower left side: it is red and inflamed. The overall pain is bad enough that I cannot focus unless I take painkillers (Tylenol or Advil) every four hours-i


Swollen is to be expected, but red and inflamed after 6 days and in major pain I would think seriously about seeing my DOCTOR, rather than the Dentist.

btw, the taste associated with dry socketing is something that is so distinct you


Try a jaw ice wrap. It will relieve the pain and swelling. Most dentists give less than quality cold packs to take home and don'tt recommend using them long, they just recommend pumping yourself full of pain killers... however for pain management and