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The solution to wisdom teeth problems is removal. Removal is best done in a planned fashion and when you are not experiencing acute symptoms.

To help settle down acute problems it is best to be treated with some or all of the following methods

  • Antibiotics (usually Penicillin, unless an allergy exists)
  • Mouth rinses (Difflam C or Curasept, or even warm salt water)
  • Pain relievers (Nurofen, Panadiene or stronger if necessary by Prescription)
  • Increased fluid intake
  • Soft diet
  • Ice pack
  • Bed rest
  • Sedative filling
  • Removal of opposing wisdom tooth
     
     
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