Wife has bad breath, yellowish / whiteish tongue after tooth extraction. Any quick remedies?

Brush. Make sure she is brushing her tongue as part of good oral care, or using a tongue scraper. That would be a good place to begin.
Phone call.. .. To the oral surgeon. Bad breath may be coming from a dry socket, which needs to be treated by the surgeon who extracted the tooth. If the bad breath is coming from another source, then you need to determine the cause and have that treated.

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Tooth extraction now I have bad breath odour something around the extraction​ site like a white colour think it's food could this be cause of smell?

Unlikely. The whitish color around your extraction site is probably a blood clot. In the mouth, it's not hard and crusty like on the skin. It's softer and lighter in color. As far as the smell, it's possible you still have some residual infection there. Or, you might be getting a new infection there. Or, it might be unrelated. You should have your dentist take another look. Read more...
Tooth extraction. The white in the socket is the scab. Scabs in the mouth are white and on the skin they are black or brown because of the oxidation in the air. Rinse your mouth with warm salt water add one to two teaspoons of salt to a 16 oz glad and swish it around in the mouth to keep it clean. You can add some mouthwash to the mix to give you mouth a refreshed feeling. Good luck and feel better! Read more...
Could be infection. None of what you're describing sounds uncommon; it could be something very simple that you will solve with normal healing and good oral hygiene. However, you could have an infection and should speak with your surgeon right away. This is LOTS easier and safer to address sooner rather than later. Read more...
Return. You may have an infection. Return to the Dentist or specialist Oral Surgeon who did the extraction for a post-surgical examination. Read more...

Its the 2nd day after my wisdom tooth extraction and im having a bad breath and a bitter taste in my taste buds. What is it ist bad?

Nothing unusual. The bad taste is most likely being caused by some blood and plaque buildup try to keep as clean as possible there are non alcoholic mouthwashes which won't burn. Read more...
Get Re-evaluated. Be certain that the area is being kept clean by brushing it. Consider returning for an evaluation for a possible infection and/ or dry socket. Read more...