Wisdom tooth symptoms and treatment
Symptoms of the appearance of a wisdom tooth
There are many symptoms of the appearance of wisdom teeth, but the symptoms may differ from one person to another. Here are the most prominent symptoms of the emergence of wisdom teeth:
The appearance of new mills at the end of the mouth.
Pain in the back of the mouth.
Swelling of the gums, especially in the area at the back of the mouth.
Bleeding gums and redness.
Jaw pain in general.
Unpleasant mouth odor.
Having a strange taste in the mouth.
Difficulty opening the mouth completely.
In the event that you notice the symptoms of the appearance of a wisdom tooth, we advise you to consult a specialist doctor to examine the situation and confirm whether you need to extract this tooth or not.
In general, wisdom teeth begin to appear between the ages of 17-25 years, and it may take several years for them to be completely embarrassed by the gums, and sometimes some of them may remain embedded in the gums originally.
Wisdom teeth that have not erupted from the gums may cause some health problems, including:
Damage to adjacent teeth.
Gum disease and receding or receding gums.
Loosening and falling of teeth.
It should be noted that these matters are evidence of the necessity of removing wisdom teeth and getting rid of them in order to treat other problems.
Sometimes wisdom teeth may not cause any symptoms that require extraction, but at the same time they may cause damage without any symptoms, hence the importance of going to periodic dental examinations.
As we mentioned, you should consult a specialist doctor when suffering from symptoms of the emergence of wisdom teeth, as the doctor examines the teeth, gums, and mouth as a whole in order to determine whether you need to extract the tooth.
The problems that we mentioned at the beginning of the article usually indicate the necessity of removing wisdom teeth, so pay close attention to them.
It should be noted that as a person ages, the roots of wisdom teeth extend and may intertwine with the sensory nerves in the jaw, or with the sinus area near the upper jaw, which may cause serious complications.
The best solution and the best option lies in periodic dental examinations and going to the specialist doctor when you notice the symptoms of the appearance of wisdom teeth.