Please help I have jaw bone up in my face. How would I know if my wisdom teeth were causing dental crowding?

Coincidental. Dr sandler's correct. Wisdom teeth contribute about10% to the forces causing late-teen crowding. There are many other things happening in the facial growth and maturation process that lead to crowding. Have your occlusion evaluated by an orthodontist. Have your wisdom teeth evaluated by an oral surgeon. They should team up with your family dentist to provide you with the best oral health.
Wisdom teeth. Wisdom teeth, contrary to what the public (and some dentists) believe, does not usually cause crowding of teeth. From what you describe, which is somewhat unclear, you would probably benefit from a consultation with an orthodontist concerning your facial profile, appearance and crooked teeth.

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My wisdom teeth are lodged into my jaw bone and very close to a nerve in my mouth. Should I be worried?

Yes. All wisdom teeth are in the bone. Your issue is proximity to the nerve canal which carries the feeling nerve for your lip and chin. Make sure you are being treated by an experienced dentist or oral ; maxillofacial surgeon. The chances of a nerve injury are low if the tooth is removed with care. Read more...
Yes, but. In the hands of an oral surgeon. the risk to the nerve is low. Make sure you are being treated by an oral surgeon. You may benefit from an xray called a cone beam CT which will minimize risk to the nerve. Read more...

Servire Pain at top of jaw bone near ear. Very painful to swallow. Dont think it's wisdom teeth. No other symptoms Painkillers not working. Any ideas?

She would need eval. Hard to diagnose without more information and seeing her. Throat infections and impacted wisdom teeth can cause ear pain and may require antibiotics. Use warm compress at the painful area and gargle with warm salt water. Use both acetaminophen (650 mg) and something like Ibuprofen together to get more pain relief, but get an evaluation if it doesn't get better in a day or so. Read more...
Pain. See your dentist for an examination and x-rays. It could be an infection, related to wisdom teeth, or TMJ. If your dentist rules out a dental issue, it could be a medical issue such as an ear infection. Read more...

If extract left wisdom teeth & spent next 6 month chewing w/ only right side, can it affect the way jaw heals & cause face assemetry? I have underbite

Wisdom teeth. Very little mastication occurs on wisdom teeth anyway. And removal of one, one side, or all four has absolutely nothing to do with facial symmetry. There's no reason you'd have to "chew on the other" for 6 months as the right can be done in a matter of weeks. But having one side done only is strange. Most patients do just fine in experienced hands with just one surgical event and all four out. Read more...
Wisdom teeth. Probably not as at your age your facial growth has stopped. Read more...
Chewing on one side. It may however cause some muscle soreness. Chewing is not an up and down motion but more like a figure 8 and if you consciously avoid the figure eight it could lead to some soreness but should not affect the healing of the extraction site, and the asymmetry is not too likely either. Read more...
Normally not. The healing will not be necessarily affected, but you could possibly suffer some tmj/tmd problems since the muscles of the face on one side are continually being exercised and the other side ignored. Balance is very important. Read more...
Probably not. Everyone is naturally a right sided or left sided chewer anyway. If you're concerned about your bite, your function, your underbite, etc., have your dentist check you and probably refer you to an orthodontic specialist. Read more...