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Can Wisdom Teeth Cause Blurry Vision
I got 3 wisdom teeth removed 2 days ago. I now have the worst headache ever. It's affecting my head, jaw, face, eyes. Blurry vision. Is this normal?
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Is it possible for wisdom teeth growing in, to cause, dizziness, lightheaded, imbalance, blurred vision (none are impacted or have infection)?
Not really: There should be no connection. It sounds like you have something else going on. See your doctor. ...Read more
Yes: Wisdom teeth can be the cause of a number of symptoms including headaches, pain and ringing in the ears. And occasional visual problems. Your dentist or surgeon can help diagnose the problems associated with your wisdom teeth. ...Read more
Hello, I have had vision problems since September of last year, they just randomly hit one day and I believe it is because my wisdom Teeth are impacte?
Vision Problems: What type of issues? Wisdom teeth are not known to cause any vision problems. You should have been examined by an eye specialist a long time ago. Make an appointment. ...Read more
Hello doctor, I had wisdom teeth pulled out left side upper and low and than I noticed day by day my vision is decreasing and started pain in eyes?
I am a 16 years old male. I got sick from a bad infection in my wisdom teeth two months ago. I developed neurological impairment, vision changes, heart, and lung problem. Should I go to the er?
Not self healing: Infected wisdom teeth are not self healing. Were all the problems you reported treated at that time? Your son needs to be seen. If having acute problem go to er now. If chronic problems without current acute flare-up, make asap appointments with both your dentist and your physician. ...Read more
It depends: If there is room and the wisdom teeth are coming it there usually is not much or a problem. If there is inadequate room there maybe crowding, or the tooth may partially erupt, leaving a gap in the tissue where bacteria can cause gum problems. Check with you dentist to see what are the potential problems, but let the tooth erupt if you can and if there is room. ...Read more
It's possible but...: Not directly and not usually, but there might be an association. If you get frequent headaches, don't assume it is related to your wisdom teeth. See your physician; it might be elevated blood pressure or something else. You should also see your dentist to evaluate your wisdom teeth (along with any other dental problems that might be causing your symptoms). ...Read more
Yes: Wisdom teeth can be the cause of a number of problems. Ringing in the ears. Pain and swelling of the jaws, difficulty opening the mouth and eating, and headaches can be associated with problematic wisdom teeth. ...Read more
Perhaps: Only if there is an associated infection, tumor or cyst. For best results, see an oral surgeon for evaluation/recommendations. ...Read more
Yes, it is possible: Some wisdom teeth erupt into the mouth without problems. Other wisdom teeth that are trying to erupt into the mouth or those that may be partially exposed may present problems with a localized infection (pericoronitis) which may present with pain, swelling, elevated temps and if severe, lymph node involvement. ...Read more
Yes, many patients w: Wisdom teeth that are erupted into the mouth can have bite issues which can correlate with TMJ problems. Exam and occlusal analysis can confirm this. I have extracted third molars many times over 30 years due to malocclusion. ...Read more
It can but depends: Many people don't have the room in their mouth for wisdom teeth and sometimes removing them is necessary if they will cause problems from being impacted. If someone has the room they need to be vigilant in cleaning them and seeking regular dental care because if they get decayed they can be difficult to restore. Keeping them increases risk for gum disease and TMJ problems if the bite is not right. ...Read more
Teeth can: Erupt painlessly or painfully. Each situation is unique. Hope this helps. ...Read more
No: The nerves that are at risk for damage are the inferior alveolar, lingual, and facial nerves. These are sensory nerves, not motor nerves. Which means that there are some risks of loss of sensation or parasthesia, although minor. Paralysis implies loss of motor function or movement. This isn't a risk for wisdom teeth removal. ...Read more
No, unless: No, unless seriously infected, in which case you would have other symptoms like local pain, swelling, trouble swallowing, etc. For best advice about wisdom teeth, see a board certified oral & maxillofacial surgeon ...Read more
Yes: As they push their way out, the gum tissue over and around them can swell. ...Read more
Not likely: If it has been six days you are most likely past the chance of getting a dry socket. The main causes of dry socket are a difficult extraction (a lot of tissue manipulation), excessive and heavy rinsing, smoking, and alcohol. If you tend to be anemic or have thin blood you are more prone to dry sockets and high impact exercise right after the extraction can jar the clot loose. ...Read more
What would cause a person to be unable to open their mouth after having their wisdom teeth removed?
Trismus: You may be experiencing a temporary condition called "trismus". Usually if you gently practice stretching your mouth open by placing your pointer on your lower front teeth and your thumb on your upper front tooth applying gentle pressure throughout the day, this helps to slowly allow your mouth opening ability to return to normal. Return to the treating dentist for a more definitive diagnosis. ...Read more
Are there any at home treatments for TMJ disorder? Also can impacted wisdom teeth cause TMJ disorder?
Front of Adams apple sometimes gives sharp pain when presses. I have to bottom wisdom teeth that cause pain.
Separate problems: Separate problems. See ENT for Adams apple. See oral surgeon for wisdom teeth. ...Read more
Had wisdom teeth removed. Told bones shifting. Still in pain what causes the pain? Cheeks suck inwards too advice needed please
Too many variables: You are relating a number of conditions that would be best to have an oral surgeon evaluate in person. Please do so, best regards! ...Read more
My gums are swelling, it caused by a small teeth grew up at the back of the wisdom teeth. Its really pain. What should I do?
See a dentist: You should see a dentist about this painful problem. It sounds like you have an infection that needs to be treated. Don't delay. This could be serious. ...Read more
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