Can wisdom tooth extraction cause pain in ears, eye sockets, and throat?

Yes. Pain can be referred from primary site to adjacent sites. Pain is an indicator that something's not right. Please call your surgeon, the resolution of your problem may be simple and just a phone call away.
Yes. Severity of pain depends on severity of the procedure. Have your surgeon examine you for any post operative complications.

Related Questions

Are thereany medications for trigeminal sensory pain in left side face/head after horizontally-impacted wisdom tooth extraction & lingual nerve damage?

Several. We use different medications to help alleviate nerve pain. Amitryptilline is an old-fashioned anti-depressant that we never use for depression any more - it helps. Seizure medications like gabapentin, carbamezapine and valproic acid help. You may need more than one type of medication and sometimes you find out what works only by trial and error. See a neurologist for treatment. Read more...

What to do for dry sockets after wisdom tooth extraction?

Dry Socket Symptoms. Normal to feel some pain & discomfort after extraction, however...If on 3-4th day after the procedure the pain increases substantially & character of pain changes (throbbing more, radiating more to ear & temple) & if the pain medicine that you were taking now grossly inadequate, then fibrinolytic alveolitis - is high on list of possibilities. Dressings exist & help immensely, notify office. Read more...
It happens. Your oral surgeon will do everything possible to prevent the clot from washing out of the tooth socket. If that does occur, however, hour oral surgeon has remedies available. Read more...

I have a vile taste in my mouth 11 days after a quadruple wisdom tooth extraction and a week after being treated for dry sockets. It is not improving.?

This is common. Most patients complain of a bad odor in mouth for up three weeks especially after having dry sockets. Rinse with peroxyl and ask your dentist for an irrigation syringe. This is a plastic syringe that will allow you to clean out your sockets with warm salt water to help them heal and help with bad odor. Read more...
Infection? Sounds like you may still have a dry socket or other infection. Please return to the oral surgeon asap. Read more...

Tiny piece of meat between gum & cheek near throat. May get hit while brushing, not the brush part. Been there since wisdom tooth extraction. Whatisit?

Need more info. Many times after wisdom tooth extraction, the sockets require sutures. When the gums are closed together, it will bring more "meat" closer to the teeth. Sometimes the patient will bite on this and it continues to be annoyed so it never properly heals back. Depending on when you got your teeth out, would help with more info. If it's been over 6 months since surgery, I would get it looked at. Read more...
Tissue Tab. Good day; Frequently a tissue tab is left after wisdom tooth extractions. Contact the dentist who performed the extraction; he may need to remove some tissue around the extraction site to improve the healing and your comfort level as well. Read more...
Good question. How long ago was the tooth extracted. If within the last few weeks, the area may still be in the process of healing where the gum is not fully filled in, covered over and smooth. However, if it hasn't been getting better or still there after that time, see the dentist who extracted the tooth for an evaluation. Regardless your dentist is responsible for follow up aftercare, almost always no charge. Read more...