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- Feb 2, 2018 at 05:18 PM
Hello,
I have my wisdom tooth growing and it has caused my gums to swell, please help me. What do I need to do please? The pain is really unbearable.
Thanks for your kind help.
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Rinsing your mouth can help you find wisdom teeth pain relief, so try this simple remedy: Mix a cup of warm water with a teaspoon of salt, and stir to dissolve. Swish this in your mouth for about 30 to 60 seconds before spitting it into your sink. You can repeat as necessary throughout the day.

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Please see your dentist
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The pain is nothing to worry about. It is very normal. Eventually, it will go away. My advice is to allow your teeth to grow normally without interfering with it. Congratulations. You growing old.
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Keep brushing it!

The swelling is caused by bacteria, if it is partially erupted and only just coming through, try to get your brush right into the opening/under the gum

It will hurt to brush but once it is clean it should reduce the swelling and hopefully the pain should also subside

Hope this helps!
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