Will soreness go away once wisdom teeth come in?

Sometimes. It depends on whether you have room for the wisdom tooth to come all the way in. If it doesn't your problems with not go away permanently. A partially covered wisdom tooth that is not giving you problems is still subject to decay and recurrent infection because it may be impossible for you to keep the area clean.
Not at your age. Sometimes. Your age suggests there is not enough room for full eruption. So continued problems are expected. For best results, seek a consultation with a board certified oral & maxillofacial surgeon who can examine/make recommendations.
Most likely. If you are experiencing your wisdom teeth coming in, the soreness should subside after they cut through the gum tissue. However, many times the area can become very irritated and even infected. If it is more than just a mild soreness, check with your dentist to be sure you don't have an infection, in which case antibiotics may be prescribed.

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Can your wisdom teeth coming in make your other teeth sore?

Adjacent teeth- yes. Teeth that are adjacent to wisdom teeth , like second molars may be affected , mainly gum related problems : swelling, abscess , deep gums pockets etc. The best way to handle this is to see your dentist . Sometimes this situation can cause bad breath ( Halitosis) Read more...
Yes. As the wisdom teeth erupt putting pressure at the gums and the surrounding area causing teeth to be more sensitive to pressure and extreme temperature changes. Read more...
Yes. Erupting wisdom teeth can definitely be the source of discomfort in adjacent or other teeth in the mouth. Your dentist can and should advise you if they are indicated for removal. Read more...
Yes. Yes, its like teething again but also it may be just the tissue around the wisdom teeth that are inflamed and then are effecting the other teeth in the area in the form of soreness. Read more...

On a scale of 1 to 10 how sore is it to remove wisdom teeth?

Varies. It depends upon the condition of your teeth, your health, and how you react towards pain.. . I would suggest talking with your dentist about your concerns so that he or she can do everything possible to make things as comfortable as possible for you. Read more...
1,2,3,3,4,5,6,7,8,10. That depends upon the position of the tooth, the angle of the tooth, the shape of the roots, the amount of root formation, how impacted the tooth is, the skill of the surgeon, your pain threshold and how well you deal with pain\trauma. Some are 1, some 10 & most somewhere in the middle. You feel nothing during the procedure. Discuss this issue with your own surgeon who can give you a better answer. Read more...

Would it be unusual for wisdom teeth to be sore when there coming through?

Yes. Not only are they perforating your skin but opposing teeth may be biting on that same skin raised up by the underlying wisdom tooth. Time to see the dentist. Can develop into an infection called "pericornitis". Read more...
Yes. Yes, erupting teeth whether they are wisdom teeth or not have to break through the overlying gum tissue and in so doing cause the gums to be sore with some discomfort. What is important at this time is to see your dentist in order to determine if they are coming in straight and if there is enough room for them to erupt or if they need to be removed. Read more...

I am 20 and have 3 wisdom teeth that have grown in, but only half way. They will get really sore sometimes. What should I do?

See an Oral Surgeon. Most people don't have enough room in their mouth for their wisdom teeth. You may need to have them extracted. Talk to an oral surgeon to find out. Read more...
Oral surgeon. These teeth will continue to bother you until extraction. See the wisdom tooth expert. For best results with wisdom teeth, make sure you are evaluated and treated by a board certified oral & maxillofacial surgeon. Read more...
Wisdom teeth. Sometimes wisdom teeth are valuable asset when healthy and properly aligned, but more often, they are misaligned and require removal. The removal of wisdom teeth is one of the most common procedures at ages 15-24. See your dentist for evaluation, x-rays, treatment or referral to OS. Read more...
Evaluation. Partially impacted wisdom teeth can cause significant damage to surrounding tissues. The gum over the teeth may have to be removed, or the teeth themselves may require extraction. See a wisdom tooth specialist, and Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon, for an examination/x-rays and the most knowledgeable advice. Read more...

I have a sore on each side of my mouth where I had 2 wisdom teeth surgically extracted?

I would follow up. with your oral surgeon or dentist to evaluate these sores. Read more...
Sore on corners. it is sometimes normal to have some sores on the corners of the mouth as it was stretched to gain access to the wisdom or posterior teeth. Read more...
Very typical. The sores may occur after a mouth injury due to dental work or surgical extraction. sores usually heal on their own . The pain usually decreases in a few days. Other symptoms disappear in 10 to 14 days. Read more...
Not uncommon. Extraction of wisdom teeth is a surgery and therefore there may be some sores that appear post-surgery due to the procedure. The sores should go away in about 7-10 days. If in doubt, go back in and have the areas checked. Read more...
Not uncommon. Possible scenarios could be that the sores are at the corners of the mouth/lip which can be related to having the mouth open to access the wisdom teeth, or the sores may be related to biting of the cheeks associated with postop swelling. Both situations are usually self limited and will resolve. Read more...
Normal. Normal if it within the first week after wisdom tooth extraction. If it persists beyond that time, see the doc who did the extractions. Still problems, see an oral surgeon. Read more...

The back of my mouth is sore. What can this be, wisdom teeth pain?

Possibly. It could be, but there are many other reasons that could account for your discomfort. You might need to see the dentist. Read more...
Possibly. There may be a number of possible causes for pain the back of the mouth. Wisdom teeth can certainly be one of the causes. A thorough examination and diagnostic x-ray can help identify if your wisdom teeth are the source of your discomfort. Read more...
Yes. Yes, very possible. See an oral surgeon for exam. For best results with wisdom teeth, make sure you are evaluated and treated by a board certified oral & maxillofacial surgeon. Read more...
See your dentist. Pain in the back of your mouth can be caused by a variety of oral problems and health problems. However, if have never had your wisdom teeth removed, the pain you are feeling could mean it’s time to have them taken out. See a dentist for consultation and x-rays. Read more...

How long can I be sore after having all four wisdom teeth removed?

Depends. My patients usually need 800 mg Motrin 3x/day for three days. After that they are moderately stiff from the swelling but no pain. If they follow all the pre and post op instructions they are back in the world on monday after a thurs surgery with no swelling, bruising, pain... Read more...
Varies. Pain can vary. It depends partly on how difficult it was to remove the tooth. It also depends on your pain tolerance. It can vary from no pain to pain for several weeks. A dentist will give you proper medication to relieve the pain. Read more...