Why im having fever after wisdom teeth extraction?

Tooth extraction. is a surgical procedure and is not completely risk-free. It is normal to have slight fever. Pain and swelling 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. Get well soon.
Possible Infection ? Fever is usually not a normal part of extraction recovery. You may have an infection. Call your oral surgeon for a follow up.

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I'm interested to know what happens after wisdom teeth extraction?

Talk to,your dentist. Your dentist or oral surgeon will give you instructions after he extraction. This will vary a bit depending on the procedure used, if it was surgical and you have stitches you will have more pain and a longer healing. You will need to eat soft foods for a few days. Read more...
After 2-3 weeks. It can take up to 2-3 weeks to fully recover after having your wisdom teeth. When any swelling and bruising has disappeared, your mouth and face should return to normal. Read more...

What should I eat after wisdom teeth extraction?

A good "rule" to. Follow for the first week - anything that you can very easily separate with a fork only, you can eat. This opens the door to a variety of breakfast, lunch and dinner foods. Sutures present -soft only. No sutures placed - then whatever you can tolerate comfort-wise. Read more...
Soft foods. include ice cream, pudding, jello, yogurt, pancakes, mashed potatoes, scrambled eggs, pasta, etc. Avoid hard, spicy, crunchy foods such as chips or nuts that may disturb the extraction site for at least one week. After the third day, you may eat anything you wish, unless given other specific instructions by the doctor. No alcoholic beverages should be consumed for 72 hour. Read more...

What are the symptoms after wisdom teeth extraction?

Depends. What you feel after the removal of wisdom teeth can be very variable, from very minimal discomfort, to fairly severe (but short-lasting) pain. It depends on how difficult the extraction was and also the skill of the dentist who did the extraction. Read more...
Varies, but..... Discomfort, pain, bleeding, swelling, numbness, etc. Are typical post extraction symptoms. This varies depending upon the difficulty of the extraction, your medical conditions\health, pain threshold, skill of the surgeon, and how well you follow instructions, etc. Read more...
A variety from 3rds. Many symptoms occur after wisdom teeth are removed. Swelling, difficulty swallowing, some pain, difficulty opening are just some. You will heal in two weeks usually. If they were infected then longer. Your dds/dmd is trained to manage the annoying complications, and are happy to do so. But if you have trouble breathing. Or you neck is swelling closed go to the er without delay. Read more...

What can I expect to feel after wisdom teeth extraction?

Also Depends. Is it a simple extraction of an intact tooth? Then expect a quicker, less eventful healing. Is it an impacted tooth (under the gum line and imbedded in the bone)? Then expect more uncomfortable and longer healing period. Those represent the two extremes, your teeth removal may be somewhat between what i described. Read more...

What is this strange odor after wisdom teeth extraction?

A few things. Could be residual blood from the extraction sockets, potential infection or stale food particles that are trapped in the extraction sockets. See the doctor that removed the teeth to take a look. Read more...
The healing socket? I do not know what odor you are encountering, but a healing socket will have a taste and smell different than what is normal for you. Read more...

I'm wondering how long after wisdom teeth extraction can I eat normally?

Post Op Instructions. That depends upon what you call normal and the difficulty of the extraction, along with your medical history. You should discuss this with the dentist who will be or has removed your teeth. Written and oral instructions are usually given to patients following the procedure. Read more...

I'm wondering how long after wisdom teeth extraction can I eat normal foods?

1 - 2 weeks. Usually you are sufficiently healed by this time to not impact food into the extraction sites. You are also generally feeling comfortable enough to chew without irritating the healing tissues. Good luck. Read more...
7-10 days. In general, most normal foods are O.K. after 7-10 days. You will feel better, have more strength, and heal faster if you continue to eat balanced diet. Read more...
It May Depend. How soon you can eat "normal" foods following wisdom teeth removal may depend on how many teeth were removed as well as the location of the teeth (one side of the jaw or both sides). Another possible consideration would be what your consider to be normal foods as we are in a society where diets vary from person to person. Read more...

I'm wondering how long do you wait to go to work after wisdom teeth extraction?

Varies. Most people like to wait a couple of days if there are no complications and minimal swelling. Of course, it depends on what you do for a living. Also depends on the number and complexity of the extractions. Good luck. Read more...
After 48 hours. After 48 hours you should feel fine and can resume your normal activities and go back to work. Read more...
It May Depend. How soon you should or can return to work may depend upon the number of teeth removed, the complexity of the procedure, if sedation was utilized, if you are still taking pain medication. as well as the activity requirements in your line of work. Read more...