Milder symptoms of pericoronitis include painful, swollen gum tissue near the affected tooth. You may find it hard to bite down in that area without hitting the swollen tissue. You may also notice an unpleasant smell or taste in your mouth, and a discharge of pus in the area. More severe symptoms include swelling in that part of the face.
Pericoronitis is inflammation of the gum tissue surrounding the crown portion of a tooth. Pericoronitis usually affects the lower third molar ( wisdom tooth) where gum tissue overlaps the chewing surface of the tooth. Pericoronitis can be either chronic or acute. Chronic pericoronitis is a mild persistent inflammation of the area.
Pericoronitis is a dental condition that causes infection and inflammation of the soft tissues surrounding a partially erupted tooth, as an article in the British Journal of General Practice (BJGP) explains. Approximately 81% of people in their 20s experience this condition at some time.
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