Yes, bruising and swelling are very common complications of wisdom tooth extraction. The swelling will be at its worst 48-36 hours after the extraction before it begins to die off. Apply an ice pack to the swollen area.
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Dr Nicholas Manning BDS Glasg MFDS (RCSEng)
It is not normal to have bone sticking out after wisdom teeth are pulled. It is normal to have stitches and skin that cover the bone, so it is a good idea to check with your dentist if you can see bone.
That is totally normal - don't worry.
Yes, for a day.
No, having migraines for 5 days in a row is not normal at all after having your wisdom teeth pulled. You should contact the dentist right away.
Sometimes when lower wisdom teeth are removed, the nerve that is used by the tongue is bumped or bruised. It is most often temporary, but it sometimes can take several months to heal. Let the dentist who removed the teeth know about this complication.
It happens. Was/is it a lower wisdom tooth? The inferior alveolar nerve travels through the lower jaw, this is the nerve the dentist "numbs" to work on a bottom tooth. Lower wisdom tooth problems often cause an ear ache. It could be an infection, it could be the nerve was bruised, it could be do to normal healing with a little swelling. Tell the dentist/oral surgeon.
ICE PACK...GREAT RELIEF, MY WIFE JUST HAD 4 OF HER WISDOM TEETH PULLED & SHE IS SWOLLEN. Good Luck To You
Yes, its fairly typical with most people.
A bruised palate after the extraction of wisdom teeth is not uncommon. This generally heals within just a few days. Drinking cool liquids will sometimes help with the pain.
like a normal gum, but with a dip in it (where the tooth has been pulled and then healed over)
Depends on how much trauma the area experienced when the teeth were pulled. If the face is still swollen after a week time to call the dentist who did the procedure.
Yes, postoperative swelling is a common occurrence following removal of third molars. The swelling should diminish within a week. If not, be sure to let the surgeon know. Follow his/her advice.
Normally, the wisdom teeth--if present--will be pulled. One hopes to retain the molars for life.
absolutely. i got all 4 of mine out at once too, and it was swollen and painful for a whole week.
For me, they put my braces on, not putting brackets on the ones being pulled, they few months later they pulled out the 4 wisdom teeth.
i have had my wisdom tooth pulled yesterday, it hasnt been 24hrs, and i believe that is normal. it hurts to smile or even swallow because i have a huge hole that has been sewn shut. so yes i think its totally normal.
It may. if you just got them pulled its absolutely normal. if you got them pulled a while ago you might want to see your dentist. Feel better!;)
Yes you can, wisdom is not required.
is it norml for my tongue to be num on the left side of my mouth after getting my wisdom teeth pulled ot the top and bottom of the left side everything else is fine and healing in my mouth
u got your wisdom teeth pulled out dummy
Get it pulled out.