Is it true that lower wisdom tooth can cause difficulty swallowing and breathing aspiration?

Of course. The abscessed wisdom tooth can spread into your neck, pharynx and may cause difficulty swallowing and breathing. See your dentist for an emergency appointment ASAP.
Possible. If you have an infection of your wisdom tooth with swelling and drainage both of these are possible. Allergy to meds is another possibility. Get looked at quickly on an emergency basis if necessary before your symptoms become even more serious.

Related Questions

I had my lower wisdom tooth extracted because it gave me difficulty swallowing and breathing aspiration. Will I recover and be able to swallow again?

Most likely. If the difficulty swallowing and breathing was from an abcessed tooth it can take a few days to resolve...hopefully you are on an antibiotic if that was the case. The swallowing can be hampered by swelling around the tongue and swallowing muscles. Read more...

I just got my lower wisdom tooth extracted 2 days ago, & I really have a trouble swallowing and I think my tongue is also hurt. Is this normal?

Surgery. You had surgery. Tissues get bruised. Takes time to heal. If you're concerned, of if you don't feel a little better every day, return to your Dentist or Oral Surgeon for reevaluation. Read more...
Not uncommon. The area is inflamed from the procedure. Follow your surgeon's directions and take pain meds as needed. Read more...