Do I need teeth extraction medicines for tooth removal?

???? I am not sure of what you are asking. Do you mean you need some form of sedation to have a tooth removed? Or do you mean you need to have medication after the tooth removal procedure? Please clarify. Thank you.
Yes. The type of medication required or prescribed following the removal of teeth will depend on the number of teeth removed, simple vs surgical extractions, and your dentist or surgeon. Some patients take an otc med while others may have a pain med prescribed. If an infection is present, and antibiotic may be prescribed as well.
Usually. Often pain medication is prescribed following an extraction. If infection is present when the tooth is removed an antibiotic is often advisable as well.
Depends. It depends on what's proposed. Discuss this with your dentist.

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What are dangerous medicines you should not take before being sedated for a tooth extraction?

Most. Narcotics or other sedatives, coumadin, (warfarin) too much Aspirin or Ibuprofen can cause adverse reactions or prolonged bleeding. The only meds you should take prior to being sedated are any prescriptions you have that you must take as advised by your doctor. The dentist or surgeon performing the extraction needs to discuss this with you during your consultation visit so that any complications are manged. Read more...
Various. i would avoid and narcotics, benzodiazepines and food. Read more...
Varies. Many of the meds that may be recommended may not be best for all patients. Some meds promote bleeding which is a no no when getting extractions. Definitely has a consult prior to the treatment to determine what is best for your particular case. Read more...

Prescribed perocet 5/325 for tooth extraction, makes me drowsy but does not kill the pain, why if this is supposed to such a strong drug?

Pain. In my practice i give 600 to 800 mg of Motrin before the surgery and advise the the patient to take it three times a day , if he needs or not to reduce the inflammatory process and expedite the healing , narcotic does not do that , my advice take the Motrin or advil 600 mg with 500 mg tylenol (acetaminophen) , if pain persists then likely hood you have what's known dry socket , the blood colt was lost or did not. Read more...
Dosage. If you are only taking one percocet, try taking another tylenol (acetaminophen) with it. You will get more pain relief without feeling more drowsy. You could also try taking two percocet, but you should be prepared for the extra sedative effect of the medicine. Also, try taking Ibuprofen in between the doses of Percocet for added pain relief without more drowsiness. Read more...
Could be dry socket. If pain medication is not resolving your discomfort, and it is 2-3 days post op, you could possibly have dry socket, which will hurt no matter how much pain medication you take. If you just had it removed, try 3-4 Ibuprofen tablets every 8 hours in between your doses of Percocet to reduce overall pain and inflammation. Read more...

I am preggy and is suffering from chronic toothache. Is it safe for tooth extraction? If not, what medicine can I take to lessen the pain?

Yes. If you are suffering in pain then i would recommend that you be seen by a dentist who can determine the best course of treatment for you. Read more...
Depends on Trimester. Usually in the first trimester only emergency treatment for dental problems should be done. The second trimester is generally okay to have more routine treatment done. The third trimester is also acceptable as long as the patient is comfortable in the dental chair to have treatment done. Usually, tylenol (acetaminophen) and an antibiotic like Amoxicillin can be taken safely to help with problems. Read more...
Yes. Most dental care can be performed in the second trimester. Please consult with your ob-gyn as well as your dentist. Read more...