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Lost Bottom Front Tooth Does It Clot
Blood Clot for lower wisdom tooth has fallen out within 48hrs. Small amount of blood remains at bottom of socket. Is this normal will I get dry socket?
Probably not: Probably not. If pain increases, likely a dry socket. In that case see doc who did extraction. Easy problem to treat. ...Read more
I recently had a molar tooth extracted on the bottom right on the2nd of aug. Is the blood clot suppose to be yellowish. So far there is no hole.
Blood clot has fallen out 40hrs after bottom wisdom tooth extraction. Small amount of blood has remained at bottom of extraction site Is this normal?
It is normal: Wisdom teeth that have been removed are more likely to develop dry socket. However, practicing good oral hygiene may prevent dry socket. If concerned, see your oral surgeon for post-op eval. ...Read more
The day after I had my wisdom teeth pulled a huge dark blood clot formed from the one wisdom tooth covering my teeth to the front?
Don't panic: Bleeding is normal after an extraction, in your case if you did not keep the pressure on the wound the blood swept forward, the good news it coagulated and stopped. Just wipe it of the teeth and be careful. Call your dentist if you are still bleeding. ...Read more
For the past couple days my gums have been swollen and woke up bleeding with a blood clot on my bottom teeth?
You either have an infection in your gums or a tooth. You must see a dentist asap as any infection can cause problems in other areas of your body plus it can also lead to tooth loss.
Most likely you have calculus on your root surfaces which causes the gums to swell, bleed and become unattached to the teeth and bone. Then when you eat you can get things such as popcorn shells into the gums. ...Read more
I had my wisdom teeth extracted 12 days ago. I think my blood clot came out on the bottom left. Is that bad? Will I get a dry socket?
No: Dry sockets develop in the third or fourth day ...Read more
24 hours: I normally tell my pt. The first 24 hrs are critical to keep clot in socket. No rinsing, spitting, swishing, sucking thru straw, smoking, and drinking hot liquids for 24 hrs. Avoid using that side. This gives time for the healing to start. You need to be careful but can function close to normal. Gums and bone take some time to heal and close. ...Read more
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My wife Had a tooth extracted yesterday. She accidentally knocked the clot off. What should we do?
Tooth or socket?: I assume you mean in the socket where a wisdom tooth was removed. Clot should not wash out as this could leave bone exposed. Clot should gradually dissolve away as tissue fills in the socket. If you're concerned, go back to the surgeon who removed the tooth for evaluation. ...Read more
I had my lower wisdom tooth took out 4 days ago im just curious does the clot change colour after a few days?
Extraction bleeding: It is possible that if something disrupts the blood clot that bleeding can occur. If this is the case you need to see your oral surgoen or dentist asap. It is likely a suture or 2 may need to be placed to cover the extraction site and put pressure on it to control bleeding. ...Read more
See your dentist: It is possible for a sinus to be exposed while removing an upper wisdom tooth due to the position of the roots that protrude into the sinus cavity. If that had happened, you will feel more pain than usual and will notice air and fluids entering the sinus when you suck in through your nose. This can be very dangerous. Contact the surgeon/dentist that did the extractions immediately. ...Read more
Tooth extraction: If the clot is lost it becomes a dry socket and is very painful. You will need to see a dentist daily to have it packed so it will heal. ...Read more
Dissolves: Clot stimulates osteoblastic activity to form bone for socket, then dissolves. If rejected early, can lead to a painful dry socket. ...Read more
Instantly: If you have normal clotting abilities the clot begins to form instantly. Bleeding should subside within 10 minutes. ...Read more
Tooth extraction: Is a surgical procedure and is not completely risk-free. Pain, swelling, bad breath and infection following surgery is usually at its worst 24 – 48 hours after surgery. After that it should subside more and more every day and after 7 days stop. However, after few days bleeding is not normal. See your dentist or an oral surgeon for post-op appointment and treatment. Take care. ...Read more
No: Only if area is irritated -now a dry socket can form see your dentist. ...Read more
Bleeding has stopped: ... And the extraction sockets appear to have present a reddish coagulant covering exposed bone. ...Read more
Leave it alone: The clot allows healing to occur. Don't cause it to wash out. Please ask your oral surgeon for clot preservation instructions. ...Read more
I had my tooth extract last week. And now my blood clot is dissolving. Will it cause any problem?
The general answer is no but the only issues is getting food debris in it so please keep it clean and no worries.
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I just had a tooth pulled on friday it formed a blod clot over 16 hours ago. Do istill have to worry about getting dry socket?
Yes: Be careful for the first 3-4 days after an extraction, to ensure the blood clots properly and does not break, otherwise a dry socket could develop. ...Read more
Hi. I had my UPPER #13 tooth extracted 3 days ago. I can not see a clot. Is it way up in the hole? Terrified of dry socket!!! Thank you.
Dry socket?: I can't see your extraction site either. As long as the post-surgical pain is abating, and there's no bad smell or taste, you should be OK. If you're still worried, call your surgeon for a post-surgical reevaluation. You already paid him/her for your treatment, go back to make sure everything's healing well. ...Read more
I had an upper tooth extraction 6 days ago (148 hrs) I forgot and swished vigorously while rinsing. What are the chances I disturbed the clot?
You should be fine: After six days, much of the healing has already occured. If you are not in any pain and there is no swelling, I would not worry too much. ...Read more
Tooth extracted 3 days ago. Seems like my clot is sinking in. Is this normal? I'm still in pain, but I don't think it's dry socket, which is my worry.
Retraction: Is a common finding but pain after 3 days typically isn't unless it was a complex surgical extraction. Go back to the treating dentist for an evaluation but also make sure there is no food impacted in the extraction socket. Gentle rinsing with warm salt water should be ok after 3 days. If the pain persists, it may be a dry socket. ...Read more
Possible: It's quite possible. It's more likely to have a dry socket develop if the clot comes out 2 days post op but certainly bleeding, infection, swelling can occur. ...Read more
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