I am not sure what to do

Discussion in 'Oral Surgery' started by N3X4, Jun 15, 2018.

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    N3X4

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    Hi, i get some pain in teeth on my right down side, he fixed but not finished, he put some medicine there, and i need in monday to change and put new... (after doing that, pain stopped) i think... but he request to made x-ray after showing he say that can be very big problem and that is rare, not seen recently... :(
    There is 2 teeth right like problematic, what u think i not have ANY pain never there...
    img: https://ibb.co/dr97Ud
    Sorry for my terrible english, just writen in hurry...
     
    N3X4, Jun 15, 2018
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    MattKW Verified Dentist

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    I'm guessing you're about 17 years old? Big problems with 7 impacted teeth, and 1 deeply decayed. It looks like the 47 molar on lower right is the one he was working on. On the lower left of your jaw is a pair of doubly impacted molars, the 37 and 38.
    • I'd suggest you see about having all 8 teeth removed by an oral surgeon.
    • The 37 and 38 may not be giving you trouble now, but you are very young, and it is unlikely you will get to old age without problems of infection or decay. There is a risk of damage to the nerve when the 37 is removed, but a surgeon should be OK with that.
    • The 47 he's just started working on will be useless when the 17 and 18 are removed, so don't waste any more time and money on it.
    • Do the extractions ASAP before the roots of 18, 28, 38, and 48 finish development. You are unlikely to have any pain with them for a while, but the difficulty of removing all these teeth will increase as you leave it longer. Capture.JPG
     
    MattKW, Jun 16, 2018
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