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Can there be a relation between smoking and problems during eruption of wisdom teeth?

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Answered by

Dr. Nazima Anjum

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Published At June 15, 2022
Reviewed AtJuly 6, 2022

Patient's Query

Hello doctor,

I believe that my wisdom teeth are coming through, but I have other symptoms as listed; I also suspect that my smoking may have caused further problems with my gums.

Answered by Dr. Nazima Anjum

Hi,

Welcome to icliniq.com.

You have said your wisdom tooth is out. If so, you have a generalized inflammation of the gums or localized gum inflammation near the wisdom teeth. If you have a generalized gum inflammation with mouth ulcers all over your soft mucosa, it is in no way related to wisdom teeth. You have mentioned you have a fever too. Then we have to think of a general issue and take a complete blood examination and see if you have any infection or an infectious condition. You are taking tablet Ibuprofen, I would suggest you take a multivitamin along with an antibiotic.

  1. Tablet Novamox (Amoxycillin) 500 mg twice a day, morning and night for three days.
  2. Tablet Flagyl (Metronidazole) 400 mg three times a day for three days.
  3. Capsule Becosule (vitamin B complex and C) once daily for ten days.
  4. Tablet Ibuprofen twice a day for three days.

Consult your specialist doctor, discuss with them and take medicines with their consent.

Same symptoms don't mean you have the same problem. Consult a doctor now!

Dr. Nazima Anjum
Dr. Nazima Anjum

Dentistry

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