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What should I do if I'm having pain from my wisdom teeth growing in?

Emergency Dental Service - Tuesday, February 20, 2018
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Patient's Concern

“I'm having major pain in my back molars because my wisdom teeth are coming in. I have no insurance at the moment so I can’t get to a dentist for a few days.


I’m in excruciating pain, I feel like I’ve tried everything. What should I do?


Dr. James Williams's Response

I am sorry to hear about your pain. The following treatment is recommended to resolve your problem:


Pain medication such as Motrin or Aspirin.

Application of clove oil on the tooth.

Warm salt water rinses.

Contact an emergency dental network provider in you area.


I hope this information resolves your problem.


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What should I do if I'm having pain from my wisdom teeth growing in?

Emergency Dental Service - Tuesday, February 20, 2018
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Patient's Concern

“I'm having major pain in my back molars because my wisdom teeth are coming in. I have no insurance at the moment so I can’t get to a dentist for a few days.


I’m in excruciating pain, I feel like I’ve tried everything. What should I do?


Dr. James Williams's Response

I am sorry to hear about your pain. The following treatment is recommended to resolve your problem:


Pain medication such as Motrin or Aspirin.

Application of clove oil on the tooth.

Warm salt water rinses.

Contact an emergency dental network provider in you area.


I hope this information resolves your problem.


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