See oral surgeon. Sinus communication is not uncommon complication when extracting upper molars. You should see an oral surgeon. The goal is to surgically obtain primary closure and eliminate infection. Good luck.
See the dentist/OMS. An infection appears to be present and go back to the doc who took it out. If unavailable, find an oral maxillofacial surgeon. Sometimes an additional surgical procedure is required.
Tooth extraction. It is difficult to diagnose the actual problem. it may be due to an upper respiratory viral infection, an infection of the tooth extraction site, or a sinus infection, or all of the above at once. The question is how does the doc know that the sinus was exposed? By xray, by "feeling" for the sockets with a probe, or just "guessing". The proper treatment requires a bit more diagnostic info. .
I just got tooth extraction that took 30 mnts which dentist broke it to be able to pull it, now I'm felling like im coming with sore throat???
Sore extraction. It is not uncommon to have a slight sore throat or pain when swallowing after surgery. As the muscles near the extraction site might get swollen, therefore trying to swallow can then be painful and sore. It should get better in a few days.nonprescription throat lozenges and pain relievers can help with this. Read more...
I did tooth extraction 2days ago. Now, I'm experiencing pain over my neck only when I swallow. It's not seem like sore throat but more like muscle pain. Is it normal?
Abnormal. First, what you describe is definitely not normal if related to the extraction. Unfortunately we can't give you more information over the internet. This requires a one on one clinical exam. The sore throat/muscle pain you are experiencing may or may not be related to the extraction. You should see your dentist as soon as possible for an evaluation. If this is an infection it could be serious. Read more...