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Wisdom Teeth Pain
Wisdom tooth pain can be agonising. But AP Dental in Hamilton Hill is here for you. The highly trained team of dentists at our practice can assess your condition and help you find the treatment you need. So, you can feel better.
Don’t Suffer From Wisdom Teeth Pain Any Longer, Get Relief Now.
If you’re experiencing wisdom tooth pain, you know how intense it can be. It can make it challenging to enjoy your daily life and focus on anything.
Most of the time, wisdom teeth cause pain when they are impacted and severely decayed. This means that they do not have enough space to erupt fully. When this is not managed, impacted wisdom teeth can cause gum and tooth infection, damage to nearby teeth, and many other problems.
At AP Dental, we offer services to provide you with relief from your wisdom tooth pain. Our team of experienced dentists is passionate about helping you achieve optimal oral health. Whether you need wisdom tooth removal or a dental filling, we will work hard so that your procedure is as smooth and comfortable as possible.
Schedule an appointment today and see how we can help!
Common Causes of Wisdom Teeth Pain
- They are impacted and are pushing against other teeth.
- Your wisdom teeth are only partially erupted, leaving the gums swollen and infected.
- They are decayed, causing irritation and pain to the pulp (tooth nerve).
- Your wisdom tooth has an abscess (a collection of pus forms around an infected tooth).
Dental Services that Can Address Wisdom Teeth Pain
Wisdom Teeth Removal
When symptomatic wisdom teeth are not removed, they can cause more pain and complications that can significantly damage your oral health. Here at AP Dental, our skilled dental team can efficiently remove your wisdom teeth to give you the relief you need and prevent future problems.
Wisdom teeth are harder to clean because of their location, making them prone to cavities, which can cause pain. AP Dental uses high-quality materials for our long-lasting dental fillings to prevent further decay and ease your pain.
Frequently Asked Questions about Wisdom Teeth Pain
What are the symptoms of wisdom teeth pain?
- Swollen or bleeding gums near your wisdom tooth
- Pain when biting down
- Bad smell and taste in your mouth
- Difficulty opening your mouth
- Pain in your jaw
- Swollen cheeks or lymph nodes
Is wisdom teeth pain always accompanied with swelling?
Wisdom teeth pain is not always accompanied with swelling, but it is a common symptom. Whether swelling will manifest depends on the cause of the pain. But if it does, it is usually due to gum infection, tooth decay, or an abscess.
Will wisdom teeth pain go away on its own?
There are cases when the pain goes away on its own. This is usually when the wisdom teeth are healthy and not impacted. However, when they are infected or impacted, the pain will not resolve without proper management. It may subside, but it usually recurs and becomes more intense over time.
It’s essential to see a dental professional to get an accurate diagnosis if you are feeling any pain.
How do I manage wisdom teeth pain at home?
Here are a few simple tips on how you can manage your wisdom teeth pain at home:
- Rinse your mouth with salt dissolved in water to keep the area clean.
- Take over-the-counter pain medication for temporary relief from any discomfort or pain.
- Apply a cold compress to the affected area to reduce swelling.
- Contact your dentist as soon as possible to schedule an appointment.
Should I have all my wisdom teeth removed even if they cause no pain?
No, wisdom teeth that are healthy and properly aligned generally do not need to be removed. However, they may need to be extracted if they are impacted, causing pain, infection, damage to other teeth, or other symptoms.
The friendly dentists at our clinic can assess if your wisdom teeth are likely to cause problems in the future and recommend removal if necessary. So, give us a call today!
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At AP Dental, we are proud to offer a wide range of dental services to meet the needs of our patients. From professional cleanings and dental fillings to more complex procedures, we are here to help you maintain a brighter, healthier smile. Book your appointment today and see the difference our team can make.