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Hello,I want to say thank you for your straight away. I couldn't find Stomatology section so I chose General. 5 days ago I have noticed my wisdom teeth ( third molar ) erupted.
imgur.com/a/PBuEr - picture of the Lower left third molar
So the question is should I contact dentist, but my wisdom teeth does not cause any pain.


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replied July 27th, 2017
General Q and A Answer A61814
Welcome to e health forum.

Tooth eruption is a normal part of growth and development, and if you are not having any problems or symptoms, there is no need to worry about it.

You need to relax and there is no reason to consult a dentist, as long as you are not having any symptoms.


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