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Is It Normal To Acquire Tonsillitis After Having Teeth Extracted
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
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
Hi, is it fine to have my impacted wisdom tooth extracted while I am currently having a tonsillitis? Thank you!
I was taking penicillin for tonsillitis and finished the course got nasty taste in my mouth since antibiotics is that normal and how long does it last?
I have ulcers on my tonsils & around my mouth. i have seen the doctor and he said it's tonsillitis. Is it normal to get ulcers in the mouth for that?
I have been experiencing recurrent tonsilitis. can I undergo tonsilectomy and will it affect my normal body system ?will I become susceptible to mouth
Less and less done: Due to availability of better antibiotics , less and less tonsillectomies are done now a days , as you are getting recurrent attacks let an ENT surgeon evaluate you if you need one. Yes it does play some minor roll as guard in preventing oral infections, but not essential . ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I feel I have tonsillitis on left side only.. Pain in teeth same side but can't pinpoint which tooth.. Could it be an abscess?
Self diagnosis: Self diagnosis is, at best, an iffy business. Please see your physician (or ent) to evaluate your tonsils and associated structures. Please see your dentist to determine the source of your mouth pain. Abscessed tooth is just one of many possibilities. Source(s) of pain should be diagnosed asap to delineate appropriate treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I recently had a tonsillitis but it healed already. And then the bump started to grow on my neck. It hurts when I touch it. And my teeth doesn't hurt.
"Bump": First, see your General Physician or an Ear/Nose/Throat specialist. Sounds like your infected throat has not healed. And as an aside, how long has it been since your last Dental Examination? ...Read more
My wisdom teeth are making me have tonsillitis and swollen gum to the point I can't swallow bite eat. Is there anyway to cure/soothe as I am overseas?
Wisdom teeth: This can't be treated without a clinical and visual examination. Find a local dentist for and accurate diagnosis, and treatment. ...Read more
Can tonsillitis be as a result of depression/anxiety & can you grind your teeth without knowing at night? Had no pain but just discomfort under my jaw
Got fever and tonsillitis.Next morning gums slightly swollen. Swelling progressed w/ pain. Woke up w/ yellow film on front teeth. is this gum disease?
Fever and tonsils: Please have someone take you to the nearest Emergency facility. You will be carefully examined and most likely the team will prescribe appropriate medication. If they have some concerns they will refer you to the appropriate doctor. ...Read more
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