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How do I stop the drooling after getting numbing before teeth pulled?

How do I stop the drooling after getting numbing before teeth pulled?

Drooling: Stay away from eating or smelling food that will increase salivation. Other than that, be patient! the medicine wears off after a few hours. ...Read more

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Mouth (mouth) " n. Pl. Mouths 1. A. The body opening through which an animal takes in food. B. The cavity lying at the upper end of the alimentary canal, bounded on the outside by the lips and inside by the oropharynx and containing in higher vertebrates the tongue, gums, and teeth. C. This cavity regarded as the source of sounds and speech. D. The opening to any cavity or canal ...Read more


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How can I stop the drooling after getting teeth pulled?

How can I stop the drooling after getting teeth pulled?

Swallow: There really is no reason to be drooling after an extraction. It is possible that having the gauze in your mouth to stop the bleeding may be stimulating some extra saliva, but it is just saliva and you should just swallow it. Once the bleeding has stopped you do need the gauze and that should slow down the saliva production. ...Read more

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I wanted to know when you get teeth pulled do they numb you and are you awake during the procedure?

I wanted to know when you get teeth pulled do they numb you and are you awake during the procedure?

Yes: Teeth are normally numbed before they are removed. Most general dentists do not put you to sleep, oral surgeons generally will if you request it. In most cases, it is not necessary that one is not awake. ...Read more

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I have afib and need to have a couple of teeth pulled. Is the anesthesia used to numb your gum safe with afib?

I have afib and need to have a couple of teeth pulled. Is the anesthesia used to numb your gum safe with afib?

Maybe: No matter what the cause of your atrial fibrillation, medical clearance ahead of time is necessary. You may be taking oral anticoagulation or aspirin-related rx which lengthen bleeding times and pose unique risks. If af is related to organic heart disease or CAD you may be at increased risk for the transient rapid heart rate that can come from epinephrine. Please see your internist. ...Read more

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What to do if i just had 3 teeth pulled and my mouth is still numb. I have a gauze in my mouth but it really itches.. Why?

What to do if i just had 3 teeth pulled and my mouth is still numb. I have a gauze in my mouth but it really itches.. Why?

Normal: If you just had your teeth pulled those sensations seem normal and should go away within 12 to 24 hours. If not call your dentist. The gauze can be removed when the bleeding has stopped. ...Read more

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Hello. I just got some teeth pulled. For the numbing, they used Novocaine. They injected it into 3 spots. How long does it take for it all to wear off?

Hello. I just got some teeth pulled. For the numbing, they used Novocaine. They injected it into 3 spots. How long does it take for it all to wear off?

2-6 hours: It can take 2-6 hours for local anaesthetic to wear off and for full feeling to return. Just relax, take your mind off it, if concerned call your surgeon office. ...Read more

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I got two teeth pulled in July and there is a small bUmp where the dentist injected the novocaine into my gum and it's still a little numb. Help me?

I got two teeth pulled in July and there is a small bUmp where the dentist injected the novocaine into my gum and it's still a little numb. Help me?

Return: Please return to the Dentist that knows your situation the best, the Dentist that did the extractions. Impossible to determine cause of "small bump" without examination. Loss of sensation maybe due to nerve damage or to residual infection. You have to be seen to be diagnosed and then treated. ...Read more

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My lower left chin and lip are numb and itching from getting my wisdom teeth pulled. Does that mean the nerves are healing ?

Progressive ...: ... Improvement in the feeling you have, compared to what it was after the local anesthesia had completely worn off, is your indication of healing. For example, if your lip was completely numb the day after surgery but now itchy several days later, that improvement is an indication of the nerve recovering. Your surgeon will explain this in more detail. ...Read more

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Drooling (Definition)

Drooling = saliva involuntarily ...Read more