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im really hurting!

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Posted by: rvdog815  (7 years ago)
Hello I am 14 years old and i thing my wisdom teeth are growing in. the pain is in the very back of the bottom row of teeth on both sides and it is very painful. Every time i bite down on something it hurts. It also just hurts in general. please help!!
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Hello I am 14 years old and i thing my wisdom teeth are growing in. the pain is in the very back of the bottom row of teeth on both sides and it is very painful. Every time i bite down on something it hurts. It also just hurts in general. please help!!

Hello,

My advice for you is that get into contact with your dentist as soon as it possible. To soothe your pain, use cold compression and make some camomile tea. Try to lubricate the sensibil parts multiple times a day.

If you have any other questions, don't hesitate to send a message!

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Posted 7 years ago
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Posted by: jimhassel  (7 years ago)
Yes, you should contact to your dentist ASAP. This can lead you horrible pain in many cases I saw. You can also contact to dmsmiles.com for the same. When I was in same condition, then I visit there and get result.
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Posted by: Dounito  (7 years ago)
Hello I am 14 years old and i thing my wisdom teeth are growing in. the pain is in the very back of the bottom row of teeth on both sides and it is very painful. Every time i bite down on something it hurts. It also just hurts in general. please help!!

Find a good dentist and he will help you to silve your probem! I know a good dentist in quincy ma, his advise is free
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can you see bulging of that area?
Anyway you have to visit your dentist to check it.
Posted 7 years ago
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Posted by: Serendipity14  (7 years ago)
It is best to go to a dentist as soon as possible, so that you can get pain relief that's long lasting. According to the This is Dentistry site, the pain you are experiencing now may be caused by an impacted wisdom tooth - which may be pushing against the other teeth in the surrounding area. Hope you can get checked by a dentist soon, so you can say goodbye to the pain...
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