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excruciating pain my wisdom tooth do you think its impacted

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Hi for past few days on an off for weeks iv had excruciating pain my wisdom tooth (bottom right) is coming through my dentist said she already thinks there is not enough room for my bottom two wisdom teeth too comw through, iv never had such pain in any of them before my glands are up my throut an ear hurts, cant close or eat with my mouth properly could this be a impacted tooth? Sleeping last night i couldnt openyouth in lots of pain what can i do? And do you think its impacted? PLEASE HELP


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replied January 20th, 2013
Dental Health Answer A41695
Hello,

Welcome to ehealthforum and thanks for writing

Wisdom teeth do cause excruiating pain while erupting. When the molar teeth do not have enough space to come out they are called as impacted ones and are quite painful. According to the description provided by you it seems that you might be suffering from impacted tooth but it requires a physical examination and X ray of the tooth to comment regarding the exact cause.

Painful impacted tooth are usually surgically removed or extracted. Kindly visit your Dentist so that you can be guided accordingly.

Take care!


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