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Wisdom Teeth | Extraction | Symptoms

Are you experiencing pain in your back molars and not sure why? It could be due to your wisdom teeth. 

What Are Wisdom Teeth? 

They are also known as third molars, typically grow in between the ages of 17 to 25. Most people have four such teeth, two on the top and two on the bottom. 

Wisdom Teeth Extraction 

Unfortunately, research shows that 85% of wisdom teeth eventually need to be extracted. If the jaw is strong enough, the extraction process is relatively easy. 

However, if the jaw is not strong enough, the extraction can cause pain for the individual.

Wisdom Teeth Pain 

So, what happens when you have such pain? 

The teeth position can become impacted, or stuck, in your jaw if they are unable to grow normally. 

This can occasionally lead to infection or even a cyst that harms the tooth roots or the bone’s support system. 

Additionally, the pain can be caused by other teeth as they make it difficult to clean the the teeth properly, leading to future dental pain and problems.

Symptoms of Wisdom Teeth Pain 

It’s important to note that not all wisdom teeth cause pain or damage, but if you’re experiencing any of the following symptoms, it may be a sign of such pain.

  • Redness in the area
  • Bleeding, Swelling
  • A bad taste in your mouth
  • Difficulty opening your mouth
  • Difficulty speaking properly

Taking Action 

If you’re experiencing any of these symptoms, it’s best to schedule an appointment with your dentist as soon as possible. 

They can help prevent further issues and complications by removing problematic teeth. And remember, regular check-ups and cleanings with your dentist can also help detect problems before they become visible on X-rays. 

Don’t wait for the pain to get worse, take action now! 


Wisdom teeth can cause a lot of pain and problems if they do not grow in properly. 

It’s important to be aware of the symptoms and to take action early on to prevent further issues. 

With regular check-ups, good oral hygiene and care, you can keep such pain from disrupting your oral health. 

Make sure to visit your dentist regularly and follow their instructions and advice to keep your teeth healthy and pain-free.

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