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How do I relieve 12 year molar teething pain?

How do I relieve 12 year molar teething pain?

Motrin, Advil (ibuprofen): Teething pain from second permanent (12 yr old) molars is usually not very severe. Rarely these teeth can be impacted. If your teenager is experiencing severe pain from these teeth they need to be evaluated by their dentist, severe pain in not normal. ...Read more

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How to find relief for my 12 year old with molar teething pain?

How to find relief for my 12 year old with molar teething pain?

Keep area clean: Make sure the area around the erupting tooth is kept clean. Using an over the counter pain reliever like tylenol (acetaminophen) or Motrin will help for the pain. ...Read more

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My three year old has a small cavity in his molar. Brushes teeth regularly. What would cause this?

My three year old has a small cavity in his molar. Brushes teeth regularly. What would cause this?

Regardless of cause: untreated tooth decay in the primary teeth will increase the probability of problems in the permanent dentition. See a pedodontist for consultation and parents education session. Do not delay. ...Read more

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What do I do with the swelling. My gum swollened at the back of the molar and it's not wisdom teeth that cause it because I removed last year.

What do I do with the swelling. My gum swollened at the back of the molar and it's not wisdom teeth that cause it because I removed last year.

Have it examined: It may be food impaction, periodontal pocketing, or even an abscess from a necrotic nerve. Once the cause is determined, your local dentist will determine the proper course of care. Feel better soon. ...Read more

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Im 21 year old male. Is it normal that 6 days after my wisdom teeth surgery that my second molar feels loose or sore? Why does it?

Im 21 year old male. Is it normal that 6 days after my wisdom teeth surgery that my second molar feels loose or sore? Why does it?

Sometimes: During wisdom tooth extraction there can be pressure placed on the tooth next to the wisdom tooth. This can cause it to feel sore afterwards. The trauma from an extraction can make things sore. Talk to the. Dentist that did your extraction about this and they can better answer your question for your particular case. ...Read more

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My 10 year girl have plaque and worms in her molar pre molar teeth she is not all redy to go to dentist what should I do?

My 10 year girl have plaque and worms in her molar pre molar teeth she is not all redy to go to dentist what should I do?

Go NOW !: I am not sure about the reference to "worms". But if she has visible plaque on her teeth and is 10 years old and has not yet seen a dentist then it is imperative that she be examined as soon as possible. ...Read more

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My gums (left side) at the very back of my mouth hurt. (bhind last molar) wisdom teeth pulled years ago. What else may be causing this irritation?

My gums (left side) at the very back of my mouth hurt. (bhind last molar)  wisdom teeth pulled years ago. What else may be causing this irritation?

Many things: It could be food impaction behind the tooth and gum tissue. Or tooth decay which is leading to a draining abscess. It could also be periodontal disease causing a pocket which traps bacteria and food debris causing a periodontal abscess. It could be any number of things, and the only way to really find out is by getting a dental exam with xrays. ...Read more

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What is a great cold thing to suck for molar teething pain.?

What is a great cold thing to suck for  molar teething pain.?

Ice pops: Don't open a frozen ice/otter pop and let it thaw just a bit then you can bite on it inside the plastic for awhile. It gives way a bit so it doesn't feel as hard. Teething rings or sticks can work as well. ...Read more

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