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How long does referred pain in other teeth last after wisdom teeth extraction? I am day 11 post op and feeling pain in two teeth nearby.

How long does referred pain in other teeth last after wisdom teeth extraction? I am day 11 post op and feeling pain in two teeth nearby.

Prolonged...: If you're still experiencing pain that you'd attribute to the extraction, I'd consider that slightly outside the norm and would start to entertain things like 'dry socket'. I'd consult your orthodontist/dentist for an evaluation just to make sure everything is healing well, or that there aren't other issues ongoing. ...Read more

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Can your teeth move after extraction?

Can your teeth move after extraction?

Yes, they can: Teeth can always shift over time, even without extractions. But when there is extra space, they move more easily. ...Read more

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Will my teeth shift after having extraction?

Will my teeth shift after having extraction?

Probably: Over time. Most missing teeth should be replaced. See your dentist for an e-valuation and discussion of treatment options. ...Read more

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What can I do to save my teeth from extraction when old?

What can I do to save my teeth from extraction when old?

Regular care.: Regular dental cleanings and visits will be necessary as well as daily maintenance to prevent periodontal disease. ...Read more

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Thoughts? Could my teeth move to fill my extraction space?

Thoughts? Could my teeth move to fill my extraction space?

Yes...: .. But not like you might think. They will lean into the space in a slanted fashion, changing your bite and causing a periodontal problem in that area. Consider replacing the missing tooth with an implant. ...Read more

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My teeth hurt after extraction but hurting on opposite side from extraction?

My teeth hurt after extraction but hurting on opposite side from extraction?

See your dentist: I'm sorry, but I do not know what you exactly mean by opposite side. Let say an upper right side tooth was removed. Do you mean the opposite side to mean the lower right tooth or to mean a left side tooth? See your dentist so they can determine your exact problem and help you. ...Read more

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What possible complications can arise from the simple extraction of 11 teeth?

What possible complications can arise from the simple extraction of 11 teeth?

Follow Instructions: Tooth extraction complication symptoms are: pain, swelling, bleeding, bruising, limited mouth opening and many others. All or most can be minimized if the instructions are followed carefully. ...Read more

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What are stitches after teeth extraction for?

What are stitches after teeth extraction for?

Healing: During an extraction, gingival tissues may have been peeled back to gain access to the tooth, or the gum tissue could have been torn. At times, the surgeon will approximate the tissues to achieve primary closure, and sutures are needed to keep the wound closed. ...Read more

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Does teeth extraction make you sick?

Does teeth extraction make you sick?

Infection?: It is possible that you could have an infection. How long ago was your extraction? Speak to the dentist to let him or her know what you are experiencing. It is possible that you may need an antibiotic if you are developing an infection. ...Read more

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What to do after teeth extraction to reduce pain?

What to do after teeth extraction to reduce pain?

Several things: Assuming there is no infection in the area you can apply ice for the first 24 hours...15 min on...15 min off you can take the pain medication your dentist prescribes or over the counter meds like advil (ibuprofen) or motrin. On the day after your extraction start rinsing with warm salt water 3-4 times per day. ...Read more

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