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Do I Have A Dry Socket
Dry socket: Common post dental extraction complication. It could happened when the blood clot in the socket is lost prematurely, and the bone (socket) become exposed. If not painful is a self limiting condition and will be resolved in 7-10 days. Use a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (nsaid), keep the socket and your mouth clean. If concerned see your dentist for post-op examination. Take care. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
The taste in my mouth is bad. And sometimes when i spit it comes out yellow. Do I have dry socket?
Bad taste: Did you have your tooth removed recently? If not, it is unlikely the bad taste is from dry socket. Spitting something yellowish may be from draining fluid from nose into mouth--to see if this is happening, an ENT doctor can help you. Another reason for yellow spit may be from oral bacteria, which can cause bad taste if not removed frequently). A dentist can examine and help you with this issue. ...Read more
Slow healing: It hurts, there is a hole there where bone is exposed and filling it with a sedative dressing makes it feel better. You really can't diagnose it yourself, you need to have a dentist see it. If the pain is not going away or getting worse, get it checked. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Dry socket: Don't worry or think about it. It's actually not that common. Follow your dentist's instructions, especially no smoking. You will know if you have it, you will be in severe pain 2-4 days following an extraction. If that's the case, see your dentist, as it's easily remedied. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Pain and bad taste: Dry sockets usually occur within 4-5 days following the removal of a tooth. Most dry sockets are associated with removal of teeth in the lower jaw and patients describe a foul taste accompanied with varying degrees of discomfort. If you are experiencing problems postoperatively your dentist or surgeon can advise you if you have a dry socket and provide treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
4 Wisdom teeth removed 80 hrs ago, currently in no pain, on Ibuprofen, Amoxicillin. See gum holes near 3 teeth, how do I know if I have a dry socket?
Symptoms: No pain, no swelling, no smell, 80+ hours after the extractions. Sounds like you do not have dry sockets. ...Read more
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