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I have wisdom teeth swelling but no pain. Is there something wrong?

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Dr. Alan Zweig
Dentistry
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In brief: Maybe

Pain usually is the sign that there is a problem. However if you feel you have swelling and no pain, there may still be a problem that you are not aware of.
Best go to your dentist and have him or her check it out.

In brief: Maybe

Pain usually is the sign that there is a problem. However if you feel you have swelling and no pain, there may still be a problem that you are not aware of.
Best go to your dentist and have him or her check it out.
Dr. Alan Zweig
Dr. Alan Zweig
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Dr. Jack Binder
Dentistry

In brief: Yes and no

Pain is a very subjective thing.
Pain is also a great motivator to seek professional help. If there is no pain, you a lucky. But the swelling alone should tell you that all is not right. Seek professional care.

In brief: Yes and no

Pain is a very subjective thing.
Pain is also a great motivator to seek professional help. If there is no pain, you a lucky. But the swelling alone should tell you that all is not right. Seek professional care.
Dr. Jack Binder
Dr. Jack Binder
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