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Get them out: You can try to hide the problem with pain meds but it will come back. Get to your dentist for consult and then treatment. You can take meds, use ice packs and i would rec you keep the areas as clean as you can with brushing and also warm salt water rinses. This may help to keep you comfortable until treatment is done.See 1 more doctor answer
Depends: 30-90 minutes may be the expected range for sedation, the actual surgery, and recovery time of the patient. Understand that even if you are "knocked out" the surgeon still has to use local anesthesia for each area of your mouth. Best to ask your surgeon at your consult appt.See 2 more doctor answers
See a psychiatrist: The cause of bulemia is much deeper than you think. Go to see a doctor who is experienced with the problem..See 1 more doctor answer
Hello! my upper right wisdom is not yet fully erupted and i'm already 23. Any ideas as to why my wisdom does that?
Yes,It can happen: Wisdom teeth can erupt between age of 17 to 32.They would erupt only if there is enough space available in your jaw.Sometimes wisdom teeth remain impacted or unerupted for a long time.In some instances, they may remain unerupted till there is a space created by loss of adjacent teeth.In some instances, if they are impacted very high in the jaw, they may not even erupt.
I am having my wisdoms taken out in 2 days time. Currently on Xarelto permanently. How many days prior to op should I stop the Xarelto?
24 hrs: Should stop 24 hrs before procedure.Get a more detailed answer ›
It's been 36 hours since I had my wisdoms out. I smoke but take small puffs just once a day. Today was my first time by the way. Is that ok?
Wisdom teeth: Ideally, wisdom teeth that either will not be able to erupt into their correct position or have erupted but are, or are likely to cause problems should be removed between the ages of 16 and 19. If you are 50 years old as you indicated, you should see an oral surgeon to determine whether it is better to remove the wisdom teeth or not at this time. One has to weigh potential risks vs. Benefits.See 1 more doctor answer
You can do whatever: You choose, but smoking will impair healing and increase the chance of both dry socket and infection. The single best thing you could do for your overall good health is to quit. Now. There are many smoking cessation programs and medical help for this addiction available, and you can start with calling 1-800-quitnow. Nicotine replacement therapy, zyban (bupropion) and Chantix all help, together with support.
No telling: The average age of wisdom teeth erupting is around 18-21. It can vary greatly. My son needed his out at 15. I have had patients that had them starting to come through at 40. Many variable like teeth crowding, loss of another tooth, bite changes, dental procedures can all influence wisdom teeth to come in at different times.See 1 more doctor answer
Five days ago i had my lower right wisdom pulled and i would like to know is it normal for the site to change colors ?
Yes : The healing tissue will change colors over the next two weeks until the socket is completely filled in and healed. Contact your dentist if you run fever or have increase in pain.
Depends: With any surgical procedure there is some level of discomfort or pain. The unknown variable is how each person perceives and responds to pain and discomfort. One patient may have four impacted wisdom teeth removed and take nothing stronger than an otc med and never skip a beat, while another patient may have a single erupted tooth removed, require strong pain meds and be in bed for several days.See 1 more doctor answer
Wisdom tooth pain: It depends. If you are not infected with a topical bone infection about 3-4days. If your teeth extracted were under the bone then longer. If your wisdom teeth were very mis-aligned sideways then longer. If you should get a very rotten sweet odor in your mouth, then you have a topical bone infection. See the doc, they'll fix it right up. In spite of every thing you' heal up okay , you will be fine.See 2 more doctor answers
See a Dentist: Cavity means infection. Bleeding is not normal. You can't fix this. You can't fix this yourself, and the longer you wait the more difficult and expensive it will be to treat. Please put down the computer, pick up the phone, and call your dentist.
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