Were treated a wisdom tooth without removing the nerve, now it hurts a little, is it worth removing the tooth? The nerve was touched during treatment, a calcium tab was placed

Were treated a wisdom tooth without removing the nerve, now it hurts a little, is it worth removing the tooth? The nerve was touched during treatment, a calcium tab was placed

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answers (9)

Answer 1
January, 2021

To answer your question, it is necessary to provide a thorough diagnosis to make sure that the pulp is alive and there is no inflammatory process. Do not underestimate the importance of having a wisdom tooth and remove it without a 100% indication. In the future, it may be necessary to use it as a support for a bridge if the "7" or "6" is removed.

Answer 2
January, 2021

Hello) Not in all cases we remove wisdom teeth. If they are in the correct position, do not press on other teeth and do not hurt, do not touch. Since you were given a calcium pad, the cavity was large and when biting for 1-2 weeks. soreness is normal. If the pain is sharp, then remove. You can relieve a little pain syndrome with a bag of Nimesil or Nimisulide.

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Answer 3
January, 2021

I can say from my own experience, however, they treated me with an ordinary tooth, not a wisdom tooth. After the treatment, he was ill for a while, then everything went away, the doctor said that it happens, especially at the age of up to 25 years. With 8ka everything is more difficult, so it is better to see a dentist. He will take a picture and tell you what can be done in your case.

Answer 4
January, 2021

Immediately removing a tooth, of course, is not worth it. It happens that after treatment, hypersensitivity persists for some time, over time it goes away on its own. In your situation, you need to see the doctor who performed the treatment. Maybe the filling on the tooth is too high, and when it bites, it experiences increased stress, there may be other reasons.

If further treatment is easy, and the tooth is positioned correctly and does not interfere, it can be saved. In case it turns out that there are problems with the root, it is most likely best to remove it. As a rule, wisdom teeth are not involved in the chewing function, the canals of these teeth are far and difficult to access, therefore they rarely try to save problem wisdom teeth.

Answer 5
January, 2021

Immediately removing a tooth, of course, is not worth it. It happens that after treatment, hypersensitivity persists for some time, over time it goes away on its own. In your situation, you need to see the doctor who performed the treatment. Maybe the filling on the tooth is too high, and when it bites, it experiences increased stress, there may be other reasons.

If further treatment is easy, and the tooth is positioned correctly and does not interfere, it can be saved. In case it turns out that there are problems with the root, it is most likely best to remove it. As a rule, wisdom teeth are not involved in the chewing function, the canals of these teeth are far and difficult to access, therefore they rarely try to save problem wisdom teeth.

Answer 6
January, 2021

If a tooth bothers you, then go quickly to dentistry. If you doubt that everything was done to you normally, it is better to go to another clinic, and even better before that, read reviews, for example, if possible. I was so badly "cured" in one dentistry, so I had to go to another, where everything went smoothly.

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Answer 7
January, 2021

Trust me from personal experience. Wisdom teeth should not be treated, but removed as early as possible. Exhaustion with them and nothing more. In Western countries, they are immediately removed as soon as they appear. These are always very problematic teeth. They don't affect chewing.

Answer 8
January, 2021

Hello, if a tooth bothers, then either treat the canals in the tooth, if it is not severely destroyed, or, the second option is to remove it. In any case, if a tooth bothers you, consult a doctor

Answer 9
January, 2021

If the tooth stops responding to hot and cold, then the treatment is effective. To make sure that the pulp is alive, the dentist takes x-rays and samples with cold air. If the roots are well cleaned and there are no signs of inflammation, the tooth is preserved.

But with severe pain and the risk of complications, it is undesirable to postpone treatment. It is important to remember that a wisdom tooth differs from others in fragility, caries develops quickly in it.

Usually, eights are recommended to be removed in order to avoid inflammation of the periodontal and bone. But it is worth "fighting" for a wisdom tooth if you do not have a neighboring "seven" or "six". A bridge can be placed on the wisdom tooth to restore them.

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