About 2.5 years ago I put extreme pressure on my back teeth by mistake, and they are now slightly pushed into my gums. Just a week ago, I noticed my upper right wisdom tooth and the tooth next to it were growing a bit crooked, so I decided to move them back myself gradually. I started getting a toothache in those teeth accompanied with migraines on that side. My teeth have begun loosening, and the gums are swollen, but it is not hurting. The teeth are starting to tighten up now, but they feel slightly numb, they are still sensitive to pain, though. Now my left upper molar has started getting the same symptoms. One more thing, the teeth on the right side have been pushed a little further than my left, which has resulted in the left side of my teeth touching before my right side. Could this cause the pain in my left upper molar? I am scared that I will lose my teeth.
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