What can cause bad smell in wisdom tooth cavity?

Infection. Something's rotting. Call your dentist before you have to add pain and swelling to your list of symptoms.

Related Questions

Could this wisdom tooth (w/o cavities) have caused my headache?

Yes. There is a possibility that the way the tooth is either erupting or impacting can be a source of your headache. See your dentist to be sure. Read more...
Yes. There are a lot of things that can cause a head ache and wisdom teeth are certainly one of them, especially if they have not erupted into the mouth yet. Read more...
Yes. Many times the pressure of the wisdom tooth on adjacent teeth and on surrounding muscle and ligaments can cause headaches. Read more...

Can a bottom wisdom tooth cavity cause pain in upper jaw area? My tooth doesn't hurt but jaw and eat discomfort.

Definitely, yes. When wisdom teeth cause problems, they need to come out. If you are experiencing pain, swollen gums, lymph nodes and it does not go away or if you find it difficult to open your mouth, you should see a dentist for evaluation, x-ray and wisdom teeth removal. Read more...
Yes, but TMJ. Yes, but it sounds like you might have a TMJ problem. See an oral surgeon for your wisdom teeth. Mention your symptoms. He/she will check your TMJ. Read more...

What dark brown liquid do dentists use while drilling n filling cavities? It was in a dropper like lil bottle. He used it on my wisdom tooth. Tasted bad.

Hard to be sure. It could have been any of several possibilities. If a filling was placed it could have been a desensitizer prior to the restorative material or it could have been a type of adhesive. It may have been chlorhexidine gluconate if there was a gum issue, as well. Best bet is to call and ask.. Read more...

My bottom wisdom tooth is infected from the inside even though there are no cavities. It needs a canal or extraction. Which is better?

Wisdom tooth? If so, extract. I do not advocate spending excessive time or money trying to restore a tooth you really do not need. If it is not a wisdom tooth and it is periodontally sound, try saving it. Read more...
RCT or EXT? 99% of the time it would not make sense to invest the time and money to perform a root canal therapy on wisdom teeth. There are some unique exceptions when there are other missing teeth, the tooth is otherwise full erupted, in good position and might be essential either now or in the future and better to retain. Your own dentist would be the one to discuss your options and why he\she advises it. Read more...

Also I have 7 cavities all in the back a wisdom tooth that aint break the gum no pain an abscessed on two of them that comes and go all are broken in?

Get treated. Sounds like you have some big cavities. See a dentist to have them examined and treated. If they are abscessed, it is only a matter of time before they become a big problem. They may not hurt now, but you are sitting on a ticking time bomb. Read more...
See a dentist asap! You obviously need quite a bit of dental treatment. The longer you wait to be treated, the more it will cost you and the less chance you have to save your teeth. Most importantly, infections can lead to serious complications and even be life threatening. Don't be sorry you waited! Read more...
It's time. You need to see a dentist. Your teeth are priceless take good care of them. Read more...

I have very small cavities (about 2 or 3) on side of wisdom tooth. They are in somewhat tight spot but I don't want tooth removed. Can they be filled?

Usually. If the dentist can gain access to the area they can be filled. There are some tight areas in the mouth that can be difficult. However most areas can be addressed. Read more...
Depends on Position. In order to be filled, the dentist needs to have access for the instruments to open up access to the decay, clean out the decay, and seal the cavity with a filling. This can often be done with some difficulty, but in some cases, it can not. Read more...

I have mouth pain daily I have a wisdom tooth combining in three cavities and a broke tooth what can I expect for help my first visit?

Thorough exam. x-rays, diagnosis and effective treatment plan will be presented. Read more...
Exam and Care. Please let the front desk staff at the office know what your problem is BEFORE they schedule you. A proper amount of time needs to be allotted for your care. Expect the most urgent matter to be addressed first, then the others in order of importance. Read more...
Exam, meds, plan. Examination to diagnose all problems. Appointment to treat cavities. Perhaps referral to treat wisdom teeth. For best results with wisdom teeth, make sure you are evaluated and treated by a board certified oral & maxillofacial surgeon. Read more...