This is one of the most common problem patients face.
Wisdom teeth can cause pain
due to many reasons. Most commonly, when they are trying to erupt but there is not enough space in the jaw. Sometimes they erupt in unusual positions. As they are the last teeth in the arch
, it is very difficult to clean that area, so they are more prone for decay. I would advice you to visit a dentist
for an examination and an xray to see the exact position of the tooth and the cause of the pain. The treatment will depend on the cause of the pain. If the tooth is not completely erupted, it might have to be removed with a minor surgical procedure. Don't worry, it is routine procedure carried
out in the dental clinics. Take care.