How long does wisdom teeth pain last during eruption?

Variable. Varies. Some never cause pain. Some that partially erupt continue to cause pain because food gets caught under the flap - pericoronitis.
Eruption pain. The pain will last as long as it takes the tooth to erupt. If it is a wisdom tooth it can be stuck and causing an infection in your gum called pericoronitis. See your dentist to help you find what it is hurting and what needs to be done.
It can vary. The duration of discomfort can be related to the position and size of the wisdom tooth in the jaw as it is trying to erupt. Some wisdom teeth may be partially exposed in the jaw and never fully erupt, and can be an ongoing intermittent source of pain. Others may have some temporary pain as the tooth is erupting which goes away when the tooth is fully erupted. You should see your dentist.

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I'm wondering how long does wisdom teeth pain last?

Depends. The answer will depend upon whether you are referring to wisdom teeth that are still present in your mouth that are causing pain or pain from the removal of your wisdom teeth. Read more...
Few days. I'm assuming you mean after surgery. Usually 3-5 days. Medication helps. If you get a dry socket - your pain will last 3-5 days longer. Read more...

Wisdom teeth pain, how long does it last?

Until. Until the tooth erupts fully, or until you have it treated. Many wisdom teeth can't erupt fully, and require treatment. Sara your Dentist or an oral surgeon for advice. Read more...
Post-op. I assume you mean after surgery. Usually a few days. See an oral surgeon for best results. Read more...

How long should I have wisdom teeth pain post extraction?

Varies. This varies greatly depending on the difficulty of the extraction and whether or not you develop a "dry socket". Discomfort typically lasts 3-7 days but if you develop a dry socket the pain may linger for weeks. Read more...
2-7 days. 2-7 days. Longer if you get a dry socket. Depends on how deeply impacted the tooth was. Take meds, saline rinse. If pain persists, see the surgeon. Read more...

How long should I have wisdom teeth pain for?

Depends. Depends on the problem. If it's erupting, the pain may persist for a week or two usually until full eruption takes places. If it's pushing adjacent teeth, you may end up having to have it removed to stop the pain. If it has some decay (caries), it may need to be fixed or removed to make pain go away. If in doubt, you will need to see dentist. Do ibuprofen, salt gargles and local heat to begin. Read more...
Depends, If your wisdom teeth are breaking the tissue and erupting, you are teething and that should last as long as it takes to errupt them which varies. If you had them extracted, then a couple days is normal. If they are decayed or fractured, they wont stop hurting till they are restored or removed. See a dentist. Read more...
It Depends. It depends... Pain medication and extraction are you most likely solutions. Any anti-inflammatory medication can help. Aleve, (naproxen) motrin, advil and even a holistic alternative arnica. Another option you may consider is sleep dentistry. Our team uses anti-anxiety pre-medication, which can remove fear of the surgery. Ask your dentist, possibly request a sleep dentist. Read more...

How to deal with wisdom teeth pain after surgery?

Pain Meds. Your oral surgeon can prescribe medications that should take the edge off any discomfort you may have post-operatively. Read more...
Follow instructions. I'm sure you have written instructions. Cold or heat (try cold first, heat later), salt water rinse, take your pain meds. If your pain persists or increases after 3-5 days, you may have a dry socket. See the surgeon who can diagnose and treat. Read more...

Should I try dipping to release wisdom teeth pain?

No. Otc pain meds until you can get to an oral surgeon to have the tooth extracted. The sooner you call for an appointment the sooner you will feel better. Read more...

What can I do to reduce impacted wisdom teeth pain?

Get pain meds.. Probably the best thing for now is to go to your dentist and/or see your doctor to find out what pain meds. You can have during and after the procedure. For yourself, simple pain meds., like aspirin, tylenol, (acetaminophen) or advil may also help.. Read more...
See an Oral Surgeon. As a temporary measure you could rinse with warm salt water and take an NSAID like advil (ibuprofen) or motrin. With that being said you should see an oral surgeon to evaluate the problem and see if they should be removed. Read more...
Abx. If they're impacted you may need pain medications and antibiotics. See your doctor and/or an oral surgeon. Read more...

What to do for tooth pain associated with growing wisdom teeth?

Rinses & pain meds. Usually hot salt water rinses and antiinflammatory meds like Ibuprofen and Naproxen will take care of it. Occassionally, antibiotics may be necessary. Read more...
See your dentist. You will need to see your dentist soon. In the interim, you can take an over the counter pain medication that works best for you, rinse with warm salt water rinses, and try to brush the tissue overlying the wisdom teeth. Read more...
Wisdom teeth. Tooth pain associated with wisdom teeth eruption can be taken care by taking some pain medication temporarily. For long term results, you may have to get it extracted for reasons like lack of space in the mouth or periodontal problems. It is best to see a dentist and get it evaluated. Read more...
Oral surgeon. At your age wisdom teeth are not "growing" they are problematic and likely should be removed. 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...

Can wisdom teeth pain affect face structure?

Pain. Generally no unless there is significant swelling of the area however this is temporary until the issue is solved by the dentist. If by structure you mean a permanent change no. Read more...
It won't unless. The infection pierces through the cheek like any other infected teeth esp. Bicuspid or molar. Read more...
No, but........ Pain from problematic wisdom teeth cannot permanently affect facial structures, other than the temporary facial grimaces that you might make. However, wisdom teeth can become infected which in turn can become acute and cause facial swelling and bone destruction. Once resolved, your body generally heals this. I had a patient who developed a cyst in the lower jaw that left him permanently numb. Read more...
NO. No. Just temporary swelling. Back to exactly the way you were after healing. See an oral surgeon for expert wisdom tooth advice. Read more...
It is possible. Cyst around the wisdom tooth can damage the structure of jawbone. For example keratocystic odontogenic tumor. Read more...