Is excessive drooling normal after wisdom tooth extraction?

Can be. Can be. Normal saliva flow but not swallowing due to pain. Will resolve as pain resolved.
Not commonly. This is not a usual complaint, however i would recommend checking it out with the doctor who removed the wisdom tooth.

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How long is bleeding normal after wisdom tooth extraction?

A half hour. A certain amount of bleeding is to be expected following surgery. Slight bleeding, oozing, or redness in the saliva is very common. Excessive bleeding may be controlled by placing a gauze pad over the area and biting firmly for thirty minutes. Repeat as needed until bleeding is stopped. Take care. Read more...
Wisdom tooth . The bleeding after a wisdom tooth extraction should stop fairly quickly but you may notice some oozing for several hours. If you are experiencing significant bleeding after about an hour call the extracting dentist. They will tell you how to handle,this. Read more...
Post op Bleeding. This varies on many factors- some medications effect blood clotting; difficulty of surgical removal, skill of surgeon & whether or not suturing closes flap completely or partially. Initial clotting should be up to about 10 minutes, some oozing may be expected for hours, irritation to clot from eating, brushing, flossing, tongue may induce slight bleeding even days later. Call your own dentist if ? Read more...

Docs can you explain, is slight bleeding normal after wisdom tooth extraction?

It' normal. Yes, slight bleeding is normal after an extraction. Just keep pressure on clean gauze for 20 minutes. Then check. If more oozing occurs, bite on gauze for 20 more minutes. Keep doing this until bleeding stops. Read more...

Is it normal to have a hole in your gum after wisdom tooth extraction?

Maybe. It depends on how long after the extraction we are talking about. After a month +/- most things are closed up. Read more...

I was wondering is it normal not to have any bleeding after wisdom tooth extraction?

Yes, it's normal. Yes and that is ideal to have no bleeding after the first half hour after an extraction. You might just have some great clotting factors that help prevent bleeding. Read more...
No. Bleeding can and will occur following the removal of teeth. The more important question is how much bleeding will you or should you experience and for how long. Some patients will have minimal bleeding after the removal of a tooth while others may experience significant bleeding for several hours. Your dentist or surgeon can provide you with more information. Read more...
Epinephrine in. The local anesthetic will cause vasoconstriction and decrease bleeding, taking Aspirin within a week prior will increase bleeding. Read more...

I wanted to know when can I start eating normal food after wisdom tooth extraction?

No delays. You can start eating right away, just be careful of potato chips, popcorn etc. These can cut the gums/clot and cause further bleeding. Read more...