My wisdom tooth is decayed and is it possible it makes my mouth smell?

Yes, but. There are many other possible causes as well. Even if you had a fresh smelling mouth, you need to repair or extract the wisdom tooth. Personally, i would care more about pain, swelling and spread of infection!
Yes. Yes, very likely. At your age, removal of wisdom teeth is much more complicated. Make sure you have the tooth removed by a board certified oral & maxillofacial surgeon.

Related Questions

Had a part of my gum grow over decayed wisdom tooth. Now the gum feels like food stuck in my teeth, but looks like a ball hanging & about to fall off.

See your dentist. This is called a pericoronal flap, and it is common over lower wisdom teeth. It is also an area for food entrapment and infection. See your dentist or an oral surgeon to have either the tissue or the tooth removed. Read more...

Wisdom tooth problem. Cant extract now. Tooth decay started. How should I maintain my teeth until I extract and fix the decay?

Sedative filling? If the tooth us sufficiently erupted, you could have the decay removed and a small "temporary" filling place by your dentist until you are able to have the tooth removed. Read more...
Find a free clinic! While it is possible that a medicated filling might buy you time, if the decay is small, if your wisdom tooth is sufficiently grown in, if there isn't gum covering the tooth; so in this case there are to many ifs. My suggestion is to find a free or subsidized clinic and get that wisdom out before it creates a more serious situation. Read more...
Don't waist time. The tooth in question is most likely very difficult to reach and that's probebly why you have cavities forming on it. A temporary filling will only buy a few weeks. The longer you wait the bigger the cavity and the larger the infection will become. The tooth will be harder to take out, your body will have a harder time to heal. Let's forget about the plan b. Do yourself a favor have it extracted. Read more...
Try to. Change your priorities. Rethink why you are not able to get your dental treatment completed right away (at lease the serious, important ; worst problems). Postponing treatment almost always leads to worse problems, higher costs, more visits ; time required, more grief ; more likely to lose teeth. I once was too lazy to change the oil in my lawnmower ; then the engine froze and i needed a new one! Read more...
Wisdom tooth. You need to talk to your dentist about the wisdom tooth problem and follow his/her recommendation. If the tooth is erupted and functional then perhaps a filling may treat the problem. If extraction is needed do this asap since delay will only make the problem worse. Read more...
Call your dentist. Any other treatment is a temporary relief. A tooth pain or tooth decay won't go away without treatment and the infection may spread to your jaw, cheeks, sinus and to other areas of your head and neck. See your dentist ASAP. Read more...

I have a wisdom tooth that just grew out and I wasn't able to floss between that tooth and the molar. Now that I can, the floss smells horrible.

Normal. totally norm, keep it up and the smell will go away. No worries. Connect with my Virtual Practice on Healthtap for any dental questions with my special keycode: DFWMCQ! Securely video or text chat by virtual appointment. http://htap.us/28qexs. Read more...

I have ITP (105k), and need to extract a decayed wisdom tooth. When molar was extracted, took 2 hours and stitches to reduce bleed. Is this risky?

Number is good. But not the sole factor, other routine precautions such as stopping drugs like blood thinners, aspirin, NSAIDs, etc.., are important together with being fit for surgery anyhow. Ideally your dentist/dental surgeon should confer with your doctor before the procedure, good luck. Read more...