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Pain The The Gums Around Wisdom Tooth. Scale Of Pain

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Posted on Tue, 18 Aug 2020
Question: Pain the the gums around wisdom tooth. Scale of pain 3/10. It started 3 days back and has subsided a bit but its still there. Photos attached lf area around the impacted tooth.
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Answered by Dr. Priyanka Tiwari (1 hour later)
Brief Answer:
Soft tissue covering the wisdom tooth causing pain.medication.

Detailed Answer:
Hello Avon

Thanks for consulting Ask a doctor service.
This is Dr.Priyanka tiwari answering your query.

Read your query and gone through the pictures you have attached . As far as i have observed in pictures you have wisdom tooth which is partialy covered with soft tissues that causing pain in gums.

There is nothing to be worried so much . I will suggest you few measures that will be helpful for you in relieving your pain.

- Do warm salt water rinses two to three times a day.
- Do mouth rinse with chlorhexine mouthwash once daily.
- Take medicine for pain like Zerodol SP or Diclomol one tablet twice a day for three days by consulting with local doctor.

Stay safe and stay home.

Follow these measures and if you have further query feel free to ask i will be happy to help.

Regards.
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Pain The The Gums Around Wisdom Tooth. Scale Of Pain

Brief Answer: Soft tissue covering the wisdom tooth causing pain.medication. Detailed Answer: Hello Avon Thanks for consulting Ask a doctor service. This is Dr.Priyanka tiwari answering your query. Read your query and gone through the pictures you have attached . As far as i have observed in pictures you have wisdom tooth which is partialy covered with soft tissues that causing pain in gums. There is nothing to be worried so much . I will suggest you few measures that will be helpful for you in relieving your pain. - Do warm salt water rinses two to three times a day. - Do mouth rinse with chlorhexine mouthwash once daily. - Take medicine for pain like Zerodol SP or Diclomol one tablet twice a day for three days by consulting with local doctor. Stay safe and stay home. Follow these measures and if you have further query feel free to ask i will be happy to help. Regards.