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Question by  Molly36 (27)

Could swollen gums be a result of wisdom teeth coming in?

My gums in the back of my mouth are swollen and I have yet to get in my wisdom teeth, could it be related to them coming in.


Answer by  amber33 (1941)

It could be because of your wisdom teeth however it could be something more important. I would go to your dentist to get it checked.


Answer by  mahavin (589)

The presence or emergence of wisdom tooth could be because of swollen gums. The virus infection and sensitive nature also add to the cause.


Answer by  kbo (401)

Yes, swollen gums in the back of your mouth, pain in your jaw, and headaches are a sign of your widom teeth coming in. It may also be a sign that they are imapcted and need to be removed. You should get them removed at a young age to avoid problems in the future. You may also have gum disease.


Answer by  Rose (6804)

It is very common to have sore swollen gums when your wisdom teeth are coming in. If they become too painful call your dentist.

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