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Tooth pain - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Dental Health
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Doctor :   hi
User :   hello
Doctor :  
how can i help you
User :   i am having extreme mouth pain. it is in the back of the mouth where the upper and lower jaw meet
User :   it hurts to open my mouth
User :   and it's hard to eat
User :   any ideas what this could be?
Doctor :  
your age
User :   19
Doctor :  
okay it could be the wisdom teeth erupting
Doctor :  
Doctor :  
the mucocsa over there is injured
User :   the pain is mainly not where my wisdom teeth are coming in, but mainly the skin on the inside of the mouth
User :   if that makes sense
Doctor :  
okay it will require painkiller
Doctor :  
for five days
Doctor :  
if it is swollen then it will require antibiotic treatment
User :   it is swollen
User :   compared to the other side of my mouth
Doctor :  
can you feel the swelling being traced to the ear
User :   no
Doctor :  
Doctor :  
do you have pain even at the smell of food

User :   no
User :   plz what do i need to get
Doctor :   okay an dental consultation and painkillers will suffice in that case
Doctor :  
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