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After Getting Your Wisdom Teeth Removed
Not usual but: Everyone reacts differently to different situations. You could be reacting to the "trauma" of having surgery done. Depending on how you had it done it may be from the anesthesia. It may be the way you react to the pain you might be experiencing. It may also be due to one of the medications you are taking. Check with your doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not with sugar.: Sugarless or those sweetened with xylitol are good. ...Read more
Not all are the same: Wisdom teeth can be simple extractions or more invasive procedure if the teeth are impacted. Impaction means they are buried either covered by gum or both gum and bone. The more invasive the more swelling and discomfort afterwards. The doctor should prescribe pain medication and advise you to ice your face. From my experience the ice makes a very big difference. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Varies: My patients are advised to eat whatever they feel like they can eat immediately after surgery and before taking any pain medication. If you do not feel like eating, drink plenty of liquids from a cup and not through a straw. Some patients start out with a soft diet that does not require a lot of chewing, and advance their diet to a normal diet as tolerated. ...Read more
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