Had wisdom teeth extracted and now I have blister-like things around the extraction site. The gum is raw and hurts

Cancer sore. You may have what is called an aphthous ulcer or canker sore. This is small sore that appear on the inside of the mouth, the cheeks, the inside of the lips, the tongue and anywhere on the gum. Canker sore is the most common oral lesions. Individual ulcers typically last 1-2 weeks.
Extraction pain. Please consult your dentist or oral surgeon to determine the cause and treatment.
Probably normal . You didn't say how long ago you had the extractions but it is normal to have edema or swelling of the surrounding gums for several days. If it does not resolve soon, you should see whoever performed the extractions.

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I just had wisdom teeth extracted. I noticed dislocated gum on a tooth near the extraction. It's not connected to tooth. No gingivitis. Is this normal?

Wisdom teeth. Once the socket fills in with bone and heals, the gum tissue should tighten up around this tooth. Sometimes this tissue needs to be re-sutured. Don't hesitate to call your surgeon and have him check the area to make sure all is healing normally. Read more...
Yes. This is very normal... The gum will most likely 'reattach' itself over the next 2 weeks, do not chew food on this side, keep your tongue away from this area. Read more...
Post-Op Healing. The situation that you describe sounds normal. Often, when wisdom teeth are removed, either those that were impacted or not, the surrounding gum tissues remain in place during the immediate healing phase. In time, as the extraction socket heals, the inflammation will subside and the size, amount, position of the gum tissue will reduce . Keep your mouth clean during healing to promote this. Read more...

2 wisdom teeth extracted thursday. Saturday had alvogyl placed in one extraction site. Continued to have excessive pain despite also taking pain meds?

Dry socket. is common and a self-limiting condition. Your dentist should repeat Alvogyl 2-3 times until the pain subsides and then irrigation of the socket with chlorhexidine is recommended with a home syringe. Good luck. Read more...

I had my wisdom teeth extracted at the end of june last summer and the bottom left extraction site has been swollen and painful lately. Any ideas why?

Wisdom teeth. From what you have stated. Wisdom teeth were extracted last summer . I do not think you were in pain ever since . It is only recently you started to feel the pain and swelling . Is the upper opposing tooth still there .The swelling and pain could be due to s traumatic occlusion of the opposing tooth and you heavily grind your teeth while asleep or it could be a remaining root tip surfacing up . Read more...
Late infection. Is the most likely reason, but it could be related to another tooth. Usually a late infection is due to food in the socket and the gum tissues grow over it. See your sentist about this. Read more...
Possibilities. Could be the edge of the socket, or it could be a small piece of tooth that chipped off during the extraction. Best bet is to have the oral surgeon take a look at it. Read more...
Adjacent tooth? Most of the time when patients complain of pain or swelling in the area of a previously extracted wisdom tooth, when it has been some time since the extraction, it turns out to be some gingival (gum) swelling related to an inflammation or infection from the tooth directly in front of the wisdom tooth. Less likely, is the opposing tooth super-erupting and irritating the gums. Read more...

Hello, I got my two wisdom teeth on the top jaw removed Friday afternoon. They had broken through the gums so it was an extraction. Now on Sunday my front two teeth are extremely sensitive to the point were it hurts to be outside or even drink room tempe

Please see dentist. The path of nerves can cause strange sensations in areas that we do not expect to have those sensations. It is important that you see your dentist so he/she can assess weather this is a temporary response to your extractions or if something else is going on. Peace and good health. Read more...
Surgery. An extraction is a surgical procedure. The sensory nerve to the teeth in your upper jaw needs time to heal. If you are concerned, talk to the person that knows your situation the best, your Surgeon. Read more...
Uncommon, see DDS. However, a suddenly sensitive tooth or teeth can be symptoms of another problem. See your dentist for follow up and eval. Read more...