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What is causing my tooth/gum pain?

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  • Posted By: jhonmartinvish
  • October 12, 2012
  • 06:40 AM

I'm a late bloomer and my 12 year old molars are just now growing in (I'm 18, crazy right?). And I know for a fact it's my 12 year molars, I was told by my dentist. So on and off for the past month or so I've had this pain in my upper left tooth/gum area, and it hurts really bad whenever I get done eating. If I leave it alone I feel nothing. Is it just the gums being inflamed or the molars possibly moving my teeth or could there be something really wrong? Please help, I'm tired of taking pain medication all the time.

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