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Ways of Managing Wisdom Teeth
Posted on 7/20/2018 by Tessa Smith-Greisch
Young adults have many things to deal with. One of the things they might struggle with is having their wisdom teeth come in. This typically occurs between the ages of 17 to 25. Wisdom teeth emerging can cause pain and health problems. It is important for people to know how to manage their wisdom teeth and what their options are. Letting Wisdom Teeth GrowIt is possible for wisdom teeth to grow in. If they have enough room, are cavity free and if the gum tissue is healthy, there is no need to remove the wisdom teeth. A person needs to find a way to manage any of the pain and discomfort that can come with the wisdom teeth growing in. They also need to know how to properly care for the teeth once they are in. Some of the best tools a person can have are found in the home. Rinsing the mouth with warm salt water can help relieve pain and swelling that can occur. Ibuprofen is an over the counter medication that can help. One of the old methods to manage the pain is through cloves or clove oil. Some people turn to gels that contain benzocaine to dull the aches and pains. All these methods provide temporary relief while the teeth are growing in. ExtractionIf a person has infractions of the wisdom teeth, gum disease or cavities in the teeth, finding temporary relief may not help. If there is not enough room or if the wisdom teeth are damaging other teeth, letting them grow is not possible. When these things happen, the best way to manage wisdom teeth is with an extraction. Removing the wisdom teeth is not a pleasant experience, but for many it is the only safe way to manage the problems they face because of the teeth. Making a decision about what to do when wisdom teeth are growing in is not always easy. It is best to get the help of a dental professional to make an informed decision about what to do and how to manage wisdom teeth. Take the time to contact our offices when you want help managing your wisdom teeth or any other dental issues you face....
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Ways of Managing Wisdom Teeth
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Benefits of Oral Surgery Sedation
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Why Oral Surgeons Like Us Typically Help Extract Wisdom Teeth
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Why Did You Wake Up with a Sore Jaw This Morning?
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Signs You Have an Infection in Your Mouth
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Relieving Pain on the Roof of Your Mouth Following Grafts
5/13/2018
How Water Speeds Oral Surgery Recovery
4/20/2018
How Long Do You Need to Heal After an Extraction Before Getting an Implant?
4/10/2018
Having a Good Relationship with Your Oral Surgeon Starts with Questions
3/23/2018
Why Would Your Jaw Hurt Up to a Week After an Auto Accident?
3/13/2018
Dangers Associated with Jaw Resorption
2/23/2018
Can an Oral Appliance Help with Sleep Apnea?
2/13/2018
Does Something Feel Off in Your Mouth? If So, Who Do You Turn To?
1/23/2018
Common Issues with Impacted Wisdom Teeth
1/13/2018
What Gum is Safe if you Have TMJ?
12/23/2017
Sinus Lifts Can Make Getting Implants Possible
12/13/2017
What Makes All on 4 Unique?
11/23/2017
What Gets Done When You Break a Tooth
11/13/2017
Managing Pain After Jaw Surgery
10/23/2017
Keeping Busy Following an Oral Biopsy so You Don't Panic
10/13/2017
Problems with Exercising Too Soon Following an Extraction
9/27/2017
Oral Changes That Point to Oral Cancer
9/17/2017
Most Common Inquiries People Have About Implants
8/25/2017
How to Safely Recover Following a Dental Graft
8/15/2017
Reducing Swelling After Oral Surgery Takes Prep Time Before the Procedure
7/30/2017
Reconstructing Your Mouth After an Accident Can Be Handled By Your Oral Surgeon
7/23/2017
How to Sleep Following a Tooth Extraction
6/25/2017
How Snoring Can Harm Your Teeth
6/15/2017
How Your Oral Surgeon Can Help When You Have Suspected Oral Cancer
5/27/2017
How Bone Grafting Can Make Implants Possible
5/17/2017
Why Should You Rinse with Salt Water After Oral Surgery?
4/25/2017
Why Narcotics After Oral Surgery Are No Longer the Norm
4/15/2017
When Your TMJ Pain is More than Just a Nuisance
3/25/2017
What to Do if a Root Canal Fails
3/15/2017
Is There Ever a Time Where a Denture is Better Than an Implant?
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2/17/2017
How Posture Impacts Your Jaw Placement
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Getting a Graft from the Roof of Your Mouth Doesn't Have to Hurt
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When Bleeding Becomes a Problem After Oral Surgery
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12/20/2016
Talking to Your Oral Surgeon about Dental Exercises to Reduce TMJ Pain
11/30/2016
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Repairing Facial Injuries through Dental Surgery
10/30/2016
How Sedation Dentistry Can Give You a Healthier Mouth
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Checking Yourself for Oral Cancer
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The Various Benefits of Dental Implants
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When Tooth Decay Requires Surgery
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Tooth Erosion and What You can do to Stop It
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Dentist vs. Specialist
7/20/2016
What Teeth can Dental Implants Replace?
6/30/2016
Does Insurance Typically Cover Treatment for TMJ?
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How Much Does Orthognathic Surgery Cost?
5/30/2016
How Long Does it Take to Recover after Wisdom Teeth Surgery?
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Can an Oral Splint Help to Relieve Your TMJ Pain?
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5 Self-Exam Tips to Look for Signs of Oral Cancer
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After You've Had Multiple Teeth Extracted
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