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How Long Does Dry Socket Last
Varies: A dry socket is relatively easily treated by a dentist who can place medication into the socket, usually every 2-3 days until healing resumes and the pain subsides. This can take one visit or many depending upon the medical conditions, the difficulty of the extraction, and whether or not an infection was present. Relief usually begins within hours of placement of the medication.See 1 more doctor answer
Soon if treated: If you truly have a dry socket, where the clot has washed out of the socket where a tooth was removed, leaving bone exposed to the oral environment, prompt treatment will help eliminate quickly. Go back to the oral surgeon who performed the extraction. He can medicate and seal off the socket which will give you quick relief.See 1 more doctor answer
See your dentist NOW: Dry sockets are treated with iodoform gauze on a daily basis until the tissue granulates in to protect the raw exposed bone. In my experience it can take up to two weeks for the tissue to granulate in so that the gauze is not needed. Please see your dentist/os to prevent other problems.See 1 more doctor answer
Depends on material: Some dry socket packings should be changed every few days, others are meant to last until the socket starts to heal. Best thing is to contact the person who did the extractions.
With dry socket, is it normal to have really severe headache? How long can the symptoms be expected to last?
Dry Socket Pain.: Dry sockets can be very painful, lasting a few weeks. Severe headaches can happen as well. You should contact the doctor that did the extractions and hopefully have the areas packed to get some relief, otherwise you will be trying to kill the pain with pain meds that are likely not to help too much. Once healed, you should be fine, but it can take some time.
I have a dry socket and a infection which feels like its gone into my face what can I do to help the throbbing pain and how long will it last?
Need antibiotics: You need to see your health care provider asap, you probably need a course of antibiotics. Don't put this off.See 2 more doctor answers
Took 1 baby aspirin last night. Nevr took aspirin prior. How long until its anti-clotting effect wears off and also can I have dry socket treated?
Aspirin effect: Aspirin use irreversibly blocks the formation of thromboxane A2 in platelets, producing an inhibitory effect on platelet aggregation during the lifetime of the affected platelet (8–9 days). So you better wait that period till your body manufacture new plateletsSee 1 more doctor answer
I had dry socket about 2 days after getting a tooth extracted last wednesday my dentist cleaned the area and packed it 2 days agoo how long is the swelling in my face and neck going to last I look like I have the mumps and I am still in a lot of pain?
Long time: Dry socket occurs when the blood clot that is supposed to form and seal the hole from an extraction comes out. The extraction site is therefore unable to heal. Go see your dentist because they can clean out the dry socket, re stimulate bleeding and there will be relief almost immediately.
How long does dry socket take to heal? With wisdom teeth Anything to help speed recovery! In major pain! All the way up to my ear and throbbing
Depends: That depends on how large the bone defect (where the tooth was) is, how many days after the surgery it developed, and what contributing oral habits (such as smoking) you have. With treatment, they can heal pretty quickly, usually within a couple of weeks. If you don't see a dentist, they can linger for several weeks. So, see your dentist/oral surgeon and get the dry socket treated.See 1 more doctor answer
Dry Sockets: Dry sockets can be very painful, lasting a few weeks. If you suspect a dry socket. You should contact the doctor that did the extractions and hopefully have the areas packed to get some relief, otherwise you will be trying to kill the pain with pain meds that are likely not to help too much. Once healed, you should be fine, but it can take some time, up to a week or two.
Dry Socket: Generally develops in the first 24-48 hours after the extraction. If you follow all the PO instructions you should not have a problem. As the socket matures and heals you will need to continue rinsing as the socket heals from the bottom up and if food gets trapped it can be uncomfortable. Check with your dentist to be sure.See 1 more doctor answer
A few days after: Usually dry sockets happen 2 or 3 days after the extraction. If you get, past this time frame you are probably safe.See 2 more doctor answers
Depends: Usually if treated properly, patients feel relief quickly. However, the pain can last longer. If the pain is more than a few days then there probably may be another issue present. Consult with your dentist or an oral surgeon.See 1 more doctor answer
Maybe: You need to be followed by the dentist that did the extraction to monitor your discomfort & healing. If you are still in pain or pain has returned, you may need new dressing. Check in with your doc.See 6 more doctor answers
Almost immediately: Once they put it in, you will have almost instant relief. It will taste horrible, but you won't be in pain. It improves the healing time and within a few days it should be relatively healed up and after a few weeks you won't know anything was even done there. The medication just aides the natural healing process. Www. Davincidentals. Com.See 1 more doctor answer
Check up: I would recommend a check with your dentist. He will pack a dry socket paste and clean the socket. Every case is different and depending on which tooth and how much bone is exposed, healing is different.
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