Can wisdom teeth erupting cause someone to have fevers?

Yes. If an infection develops then it can cause fever. Also the pain may cause you not to eat and drink adequately and the resulting dehydration will also contribute to developing a fever.
Occasionally. If there is an underlying infection or pericoronitis associated with the erupting wisdom tooth you could have a low grade fever.

Related Questions

Can wisdom teeth infection cause pharyngitis and can wisdom teeth infection cause no fever?

Dental infections. Dental infections can spread to cause pharyngitis and may not always cause a fever in the early stages. Please see a local dentist for an evaluation asap. Infections can spread quickly, and even be life threatening. Read more...

If my wisdom teeth were infected would I have a fever?

Possibly. Some infections will cause an increase in temperature. However, you could have an infection without having a fever. Read more...
Possible. Usually if there is an infection in your body, it can be manifested as a fever. However, did you measure your temperature? Or do you feel that you have a fever? I recommend that you measure your temperature and contact your doctor to be safe. Good luck. Read more...
Not necessarily. You can have infected wisdom teeth with\ without a fever. You can also have other problems with wisdom teeth where it would be a good idea to have them removed even before the point of infection. At 19, it would be a great time to have all your wisdom teeth evaluated by a dentist to determine their development & likelihood of problems. If you have a fever it could be a dental or medical issue. Read more...

Is it normal to get headaches, fever when wisdom teeth come in?

Possibly if... If any of the teeth are infected, it might result in a fever. Headaches are more likely to occur with erupting wisdom teeth. However, in most cases, these two symptoms are probably unrelated. See a dentist to evaluate your symptoms from a dental standpoint and a physician, if necessary, regarding your headaches and fever. Read more...
Maybe. Wisdom teeth can be a contributing factor to many symptoms including headaches and a slight elevation in temps. Your dentist can advise you if your wisdom teeth are related to your headaches and fever, and if their removal is indicated or not. Read more...

I recently had my wisdom teeth extracted. Now im on my fifth day and im still having pain on the side of the surgery and having fever.

See surgeon. . Since your are experiencing symptoms several days following your extractions, call your surgeon. He may want you to come in for an post/op evaluation, possible infection or dry socket. He may simply call some medication into the pharmacy. Don't hesitate. Read more...
Call . Call your treating Dentist or specialist Oral Surgeon. Additional Rx may be required. Read more...