Experts, might someone know if the blood clot fell out after a tooth extraction?

Absolutely. Yes, you would have a lot of pain in the socket and it is usually worse than a toothache.
Blood clot. Blood clots form at the bottom of the socket after a tooth is removed. They normally do not fall out although they can be pulled out by over vigorous rinsing soon after an extraction. Sometimes a clot does not form creating a dry socket. Symptoms of this would be severe pain, pus, bad odor.

Related Questions

Do you think I should be concerned about my blood clot falling out 9 days after my tooth extraction?

Normal healing. If you haven't pain, swelling or bleeding, i would not be concerned. Read more...
The oral epithelium. Heals quickly and to have a portion of a blood clot slough at 9-10 days is not abnormal. As was previously mentioned by another doctor, no heavy bleeding, no pain, then there should be no concern. Read more...

My blood clot came off after a tooth extraction, help please?

Get treated! A dry socket is infection that develops in the bone socket. The oral cavity is loaded with bacteria that can infect a socket that has lost its blood clot. It is best treated by careful debridement to remove the layer of infected bone and to restart bleeding that important in the development of a full socket blood clot. Perscription antibiotic and anti inflammatory medication is often indicated. Read more...
Blood clot . Call your surgeon. Depending on when the tooth was extracted, he may want to examine the area or just give some advice about how to care for the extraction site. Never be shy about calling your doctor. They are knowledgeable about the problem and the source of the best advice. Read more...

Lost part of blood clot after a tooth extraction on Friday but I'm not in pain?

That is healing. I suspect that is clotting is part of your healing. I would check with your dentist to make sure there is no other reason for this to occur. Read more...
Normal. Sounds like you are healing normally. If you have pain, bleeding, bad taste or smell, notify your treating Dentist/Oral Surgeon immediately. Otherwise, don't worry. Read more...

My tooth extraction blood clot failed, what to do?

Gauze, pressure. Failed? Do you mean it is still bleeding? Use a dry sterile gauze or a wet tea bag over the socket and held in place with gentle pressure for 45 minutes. If you still have any concerns or problems, call the dentist who extracted the tooth. Read more...
Dry socket. What so you mean your clot failed? If you are having severe pain you may have a dry socket, where you lost the healing clot. Call the extracting dentist for treatment asap. This can be very painful until you get treatment. Read more...