Thanks for posting your query,
I would like to inform you that extraction is the only treatment for an impacted wisdom tooth
In your case, it is associated with symptoms like pain, therefore a thorough dental check up is needed prior to extracting it.
is generally caused by more tooth- less bone ratio, where the the third molar does not have space to be erupted in the occlusion.
The most common cause of pain from impacted tooth is the inflammation in the soft tissue
covering over the offending tooth(Pericoronitis
), mostly caused by food impaction in the soft tissue space over the tooth and/or bite injury over the soft tissue covering the impacted tooth, by upper molar tooth.
Also, in order to relieve symptoms like pain and swelling,your dentist
will prescribe antibiotics and anti-inflammatory medication if needed.
I hope this information has been both informative and helpful