My daughter had her 4 wisdom teeth pulled 2 1/2 weeks ago and she still cannot open her mouth. What should I do?

See the surgeon. This may just be muscle spasms or can be a sign of a more serious problem. She should return to the doctor who did the surgery to be evaluated.
Have dentist recheck. Healing can take quite some time, as there can be any number of possible healing complications. Get back to the dentist that did the surgery and have him check her out.

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Had my wisdom teeth pulled 2 weeks ago and I cant open my mouth all the way?

See your Oral Surg. You may have some related strain on your TMJ from the extraction. It may resolve over time, but you should get checked by your Oral Surgeon. Read more...
See oral surgeon. Normal for this stage unless really restricted. See oral surgeon who did procedure ASAP. If done by a general dentist, seek evaluation from a board certified oral & maxillofacial surgeon. Read more...

I got my wisdom teeth pulled out 4 weeks ago & I havn't been able to open my mouth all the way. It might be TMJ but I'm not sure, what should I do?

Call your surgeon. You may have muscle trismus. There are certain exercises you can do to help alleviate your symptoms. Let your surgeon know about your condition. Read more...
See DDS. Contact the oral surgeon or dentist that extracted your teeth for their opinion and possible need for TMJ therapy to expedite opening. Read more...

Every time I open my mouth really wide my jaw pops. What's going on, it's kind of uncomfortable and has gotten worse since I got my wisdom teeth pulled out 4yrs ago

Disc displacement. There is a disc of cartilage in the joint space of the tmj. The popping sound signifies that the disc is out of place but "pops" back into position when you open your mouth. You should be evaluated by your dentist. Read more...
TMJ Dysfunction . You should see your dentist. You likely have TMJ dysfunction and the joint is likely inflamed and not functioning properly. Read more...
TMJDS is . The abbreviation for temporomandibular joing dysfuntion syndrome. The TMJ is the joint of the jaw. It has a fixed part - the skull and a movable part - the lower jaw. There is a cartilage disc between them. If the disc becomes displaced - there can be popping - which will lead to pain and problems if not treated. Find a specialist in TMJ treatment - you can e-mail me at dhschneid@gmail.Com. Read more...
Slipping disk. The pop is your disk snapping back in into place. Some partial disc derangement is manageable some are not. Need a TMJ MRI for best diagnosis. Read more...