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Foul taste in mouth after tooth pulled?

3 doctors weighed in
Dr. Mark Bornfeld
Dentistry
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Putrefaction...

The contents of a recent tooth extraction socket is the "perfect storm" for bad smell: warmth, moisture, bacteria, and abundant fermentable organic debris, blood clot, and exuding serous exudate.
Every recent extraction smells and tastes bad until the natural healing process allows the wound to close over, bringing resolution to the problem.

In brief: Putrefaction...

The contents of a recent tooth extraction socket is the "perfect storm" for bad smell: warmth, moisture, bacteria, and abundant fermentable organic debris, blood clot, and exuding serous exudate.
Every recent extraction smells and tastes bad until the natural healing process allows the wound to close over, bringing resolution to the problem.
Dr. Mark Bornfeld
Dr. Mark Bornfeld
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Dr. PRADIP SHAH
Internal Medicine - Infectious Disease

In brief: FLOSS

Tooth brush three times, listerin mouth wash.

In brief: FLOSS

Tooth brush three times, listerin mouth wash.
Dr. PRADIP SHAH
Dr. PRADIP SHAH
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