I had this problem. It is called "Impacted" teeth. If it hurts and it bothers you than you will have to schedule an appointment with an oral surgeon. I don't know if this is covered by insurance companies. Anesthesia is sometimes an option when the situation is serious. I had 4 wisdom teeth removed when I was in High School. Two of them were impacted. It was painful! Good luck!
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