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Baby Tooth Extraction Side Effects Heart
Usually no: Preventive antibiotics are given only to people at high risk due to an artifical heart valve or past heart valve infection. If there is an active tooth infection the dentist will have given you antibiotics already. To reduce the general stress of the procedure, ask whether you will receive any sedation, especially if you get very anxious with procedures. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
The first teeth which are shed and replaced by permanent teeth. The first primary tooth comes in at about 6 months of age and the 20th and last primary tooth erupts at around 2 1/2 years of age. The primary teeth are replaced beginning usually at about age 6. Also called baby teeth, milk teeth, temporary ...Read more
How likely is it that an underweight adult going under gen anesthetic for teeth extraction, will die/have awareness?Possible heart/lung problems?
That depends,: In general the risks you ask about are very small, however, complications from gen. Anesthesia would depend on how underweight you are and how healthy you are in general. I would suggest you first seek medical clearance from your primary care doctor and then review your concerns with the anesthesiologist in advance. They can better appraise your specific risk for complications. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I recently had wisdom teeth extraction, prescribed methylprednisolone. What are the common side effects?
Your question?: I'm not sure what your question is? Generally speaking, you can sleep on either side after an extraction or removal of in impacted wisdom tooth. It is always best to discuss post operative instructions with your own surgeon. Call and ask. Follow written and oral instructions until then. ...Read more
Roots been left in after tooth extraction. Can this lead to infection, I have a red line goin across my gum and painful sornes on side of palate?
It is possible: It is possible to get an infection however if the root tips are too close to a nerve or the sinus it is sometimes better to leave them in rather than to risk some possible permanent nerve damage or a sinus perforation. I would return to the dentist that did the extraction and have the area rechecked. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Two white patches on either side of back of mouth. Same area is red, had since november. No pain or bleeding just had a tooth extraction. What could b
Ask a dentist: Redness in tissue may be normal or an indication of chronic infection. If what is described is in fact signs of infection, your entire body has been constantly battling with it within your blood, which affects health of kidneys, liver, joints, etc., in a long run. A trained dentist can assure you whether "wait ; see" approach is wise. So please consult with your dentist or oral surgeon today! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Had wisdom tooth extraction 2wks ago,i feel normal now but at times its like i have tonsilitis on the same side the extraction was made is this normal?
Post-Op Sensation: It is normal to have some sensitivity in the area of the extraction for several weeks after the extraction. Depending on the complexity of the extraction, you may take longer than average to feel back to your regular self. If symptoms continue to bother you or get worse, definitely call the dentist who extracted your wisdom tooth to schedule a follow-up visit. ...Read more
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