A swollen wisdom is a hard, cracked tooth which is caused by the decay of the underlying tissue around the tooth.
In the case of a swollen tooth, it can cause pain and numbness in the affected part of the body.
It can also cause difficulty in breathing and breathing difficulty, and even death.
The best way to treat it is to see a doctor, as there are a number of medicines which can treat the condition.
But it can also be treated by applying pressure to the swollen part of your mouth to open it up and giving oral medication, which will prevent it from forming new cavities.
If you have a swelling wisdom tooth and it’s affecting your breathing or you’re concerned about how it’s progressing, it’s important to talk to your dentist, as the condition can lead to a serious infection.
However, you should also be aware that swelling wisdom teeth can also happen in people who have had an operation, or who have lost a tooth which was already attached.
You should see a dentist as soon as possible if you think you may have a swollen or damaged tooth.