Hi as of now emergency you can take mobizox after food and nexprofast before food then visit a dentist who will take xray once u can open your mouth and prescribe antibiotics but if you can get on a. Private chat I can guide you as I need to know,if you are,allergic etc
Hi! you need to visit your dentist. Probably there might be a swelling associated with her wisdom tooth which is not allowing her mouth opening. But she needs to be checked so please go and visit your dentist.
It seems that ur daughter is suffering from Pericoronal abscess with trismus (locked jaw) on the side wisdom tooth was erupting. It is an emergency condition for which u shd rush to ur dentist before the infection spreads deeper and complicates the treatment.
It has to be treated by reduction of the infection by medicines and then removal of the offending wisdom tooth.
Better search for an oral surgeon for this work.
Thanks & healing regards.
The jaw can get locked due to several reasons.An infection from the wisdom tooth may be one of the cause.Consult an Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon (MDS) urgently. As the infection can spread to dangerous areas of the face and neck.
Your problem seems acute.
Lock jaw can be due to problem in your jaw joint or because of wisdom tooth.
In your case as you have wisdom tooth problem on the same side, locking may be due to the same.
You will need to extract your wisdom tooth. Please consult, you will need antibiotics & muscle relaxants to open your jaw first, wisdom tooth surgery later.
Hi Prabir, sorry to hear, that you problem in opening your mouth.
As you told wisdom tooth is erupting. Quite possibly this problem is related to this erupting tooth.It is quite possible, that there infectio around you wisdom tooth which has spread to other parts, thus making the muscles which open our mouth. I advise to get the tooth extracted, by an Oral Surgeon (specialist in controlling the infection and extracting teeth) best solution. Or in case, you don't want extraction, go and see a A Periodontist, as they can treat your condition in best way possible.
If you want me to suggest a good Oral Surgeon or Periodontist, message your city and locality. If having pain you can take Orthodex- MR, it's brand that is available with most of the chemists. If not then you can ask for a pain killer with muscle relaxant. Don't take any Medicine whatsoever, unless prescribed by the doctor.
But do see to the Doctor immediately. It can become life threatening, although till this time it is completely curable.
Get well soon and God Bless.
Regd your Jaw wisdom due to wisdom tooth eruption if you are aged bet 18 to 30 yrs or your widom tooth is impacted not is proper position, in any case there are few home tips Gargle with luke warm water with little of salt in it,
gargle it 4to 5 times if possible vigorous, this will help in removing food particles between wisdom teeth & inflamed gums possibly there may be pain in beginning later reduce, then do exercise of jaw opening for 15to 20 times this will help in reducing muscle spasm & ease in opening the jaw once jaw opening takes place then apply Dentogel or dologel at the site of gum and slowly massage the gums.
If your pain is acute then you may have to take antibiotic and anti-inflammatory medicines let me know
get well soon avoid hot food.
There could be two reasons one is because of TMJoint or Impacted tooth on that side. Full mouth (OPG) x ray vl help ur Dentist to Diagnose.Right now you can start with some muscle relaxant and pain killer.
Your condition is termed as lock jaw or trismus.It is caused when the wisdom teeth is erupting or if it has errupted in an abnormal way (angulated).For opening your jaw the dentist may prescribe you muscle relaxants or in some cases surgically remove the gingiva (gums) which is stopping the tooth to erupt. Kindly consult a dentist asap.
Please visit your local dentist. If your daughter is between 18-25 it is very likely that the third molar/wisdom tooth is responsible for the same. She can try warm compresses at home or a muscle relaxant. If jaw is open and locked it needs to be treated by dentist.
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