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A Week After Wisdom Teeth Removal
Wisdom tooth: Call the oral surgeon or extracting dentist ASAP about your pain. You may have a dry socket. The extracting dentist can help you. ...Read more
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Micoderm Abrasion: After the wisdom teeth surgical sites heal, then most procedures are safe. Just make sure you update your medical history at your doctors office. ...Read more
Depends on healing: While I don't condone smoking any thing at any time as it is bad for your overall health... To answer your question. It depends on how fast you heal. If the area is completely healed then smoking pot will cause no more or less damage then it would at any other time. If the area is not completely healed then smoking anything will slow down the healing. ...Read more
1 week after wisdom teeth removal here is still swelling on the bottom left side and today I felt the left 2nd molar wiggling. Is this normal?
I took clindamycin for a week after wisdom teeth removal 2 weeks ago. Now I keep getting heartburn. Can the medicine be related to the heartburn?
Hard to say: It may or may not be related to the wisdom tooth removal. With difficult extractions, it may take more than a week to start feeling better. Have the dentist who removed your teeth take a look at it. ...Read more
Funky taste and mild pain 2 weeks after wisdom teeth removal. Was told this would be normal. But after 2 weeks?
This requires: You going back to your dentist for a one on one examination. We can't do that over the internet. It may or may not be related to the extractions. Some possibilities are food in an incompletely healed and covered over socket, an infection, or merely poor oral hygiene and food collecting around adjacent teeth. Your dentist should be able to solve the mystery for you. ...Read more
No...: If you must chew tobacco, I would wait for 6 weeks after extraction of the wisdom teeth in general. Specifically for you, I would discuss this with the surgeon. The surgeon knows what is best given your particular situation. ...Read more
Call the dentist.: Call the dentist who extracted the teeth and have him/her reevaluate. There are several possible causes for a post-extraction pain. ...Read more
Swelling after exts: The swelling may be a result of a periosteal abscess--return to your oral surgeon for a post op evaluation. ...Read more
Go back for look: The safest thing is to go back to surgeon for a quick post op check. Most do not mind a look as it is likely nothing. If there were any post op problems such as infection, they would want to know that as well. ...Read more
Infection: I would contact your dentist immediately. You probably have an infection and needs treatment as soon as possible. ...Read more
I have sharp, intense pain radiating along my jaw up to my ear three weeks after wisdom teeth removal. Is this normal and what can I do to get rid of it?
Go back: This is not normal. I would suggest you go back to the dentist that did the extraction. ...Read more
See oral surgeon: A week after dental extraction, you should be in better shape than you presently are. You should return to your dentist or oral surgeon asap for an evaluation. This is something that needs to be evaluated in person. ...Read more
One week after wisdom teeth removal, there's a sour, foul taste in my mouth. Is this normal? I finished my antibiotics and saltwater rinse every day.
Sour taste: Advisable to return to Dentist or Oral Surgeon for reevaluation. Additional course of antibiotics may be indicated. ...Read more
How long after wisdom teeth removal do I have to wait to smoke? I got 2 out on friday. They told me a week, but I'm going crazy.
After wisdom teeth removal a week ago, I began bleeding and spat out a large-ish blood clot. I am soaking through gaze. Should I be worried?
Post op bleeding: Bleeding should be substantially controlled within the first hour or two, and certainly by the next day. It's common to have some slight temporary bleeding when the wound site is irritated from tongue, food, brushing or flossing during the first week. Anything more than that should be discussed with the dentist who removed the tooth. ...Read more
I have knots on my jaw bone after wisdom teeth removal and that was Tuesday of last week so if I still have it wat does that mean?
See your dentist: You should go back to the dentist who did the extractions to have it evaluated. It could be a simple matter of a piece of food getting caught in the extraction site or something more involved. In the meantime rinse with warm salt water and make an appointment. ...Read more
It certainly is not typical to still have pain 4 weeks post op.
You should definitely return to your surgeon to be reevaluated. ...Read more
Usual age for wisdom teeth removal? I've had bad jaw pain for about three weeks, and I'm not sure if it is my wisdom teeth.
Why Guess?: It might be your wisdom teeth, then again, it may not. See a local dentist who can examine your mouth and recommend the proper treatment. ...Read more
Following wisdom teeth removal 6 weeks later gum not heeled and snot comin from wisdom extraction site also foul odor when leaning forward?
Sinus Communication: Your description sounds descriptive for an ororantral fistula, or a communication between your maxillary sinus and the wisdom tooth extraction site. At 6 weeks postop, you need to be evaluated by your surgeon to determine what course of action will be necessary to repair the communication. ...Read more
I have a very chesty cough! Will I be able to undergo wisdom teeth removal under General anaesthetic in two weeks?
Inform: Inform the Oral Surgeon right away. You'll probably be OK, but let the Surgeon make that decision with you. ...Read more
Within a week of my wisdom teeth removal my tongue had removed my stitches. I rinse my sockets out with a syringe. Any other advice on healing well?
Diet after surgery: After wisdom teeth surgery the swelling, pain and sensitivity can make eating problematic. The first 24 hours soft foods such as ice cream, pudding, gelatin is your best choice. It is important that you drink plenty of fluids and not use a straw. After 24 hours more solid foods like pancakes, eggs, mashed potatoes and soft pasta. After 7-10 days go back to normal diet. ...Read more
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