A few days but check with the dentist who did the extractions. They generally like the sutures to stay in for a whole week, but sometimes it doesn't hurt for them to be a couple of days early. Always call the dentist who did the extractions though if anything out of the ordinary takes place.
Resorbable stiches come out after a few days. If they fall a day following the surgery, the gum healing can still be fine, but it's better to advise the dentist and check with him or her.
Wisdom teeth should be something you should get out as soon as you can, otherwise it can lead to problems with your other teeth or mouth, unless your mouth is big enough to keep them in. Your dentist can tell you if you'll need them out.
Wisdom teeth really should be pulled as soon as they come in.The human mouth does not have the capacity [room] for them.Usually your dentist will explain this to you when you visit.
If you accidently have them come out, but it has been a few days, then it is okay, but if its the day or two after you got them removed and you start to bleed or really hurt, then I would suggest that you go back to your dentist or surgeon as soon as possible so they don't get infected and then you could get really sick.
I don't know if it's OK. I have braces myself and my wisdom teeth are coming in right now. Unfortunatly, I have to get them pulled, if anything that's what would happen. You should wait until the wisdom teeth come in, and then get them pulled, because the metal bands may not fit around the wisdom teeth, and most people have more comfort when their wisdom teeth are pulled. I have braces and my wisdom teeth came through and my otho hasn't done anything to them.
as soon as you can grab one
That's a little too soon. I would recommend you to return to the dentist ASAP. It would be fine if it was 3-4 days.
Not as far as i know. I had all 4 of wisdom teeth impacted and i wasnt having facial spasms. If your wisdom teeth are impacted, you need to get them extracted as soon as possible
They need to be extracted, your jawline does not have enough room for your wisdom teeth and therefore behind your wisdom teeth, food is getting trapped and pus is oozing. Go to the dentist soon.
5-7 days to be safe
You should be safe to swim as soon as the stitches come out. Just to be on the safe side id say wait a day because you might feel pain and soreness around the area where the stitches were:)
yes, soon enough
It may look and feel like your gum, but chances are it is the teeth. Check in with a dentist as soon as possible.
Wisdom teeth can definitely crowd your mouth and push on your other teeth, which may cause discomfort or even pain inside your mouth A few years ago I was told by a dentist that my wisdom teeth were not a problem and would not need to be pulled, but then a couple months ago I got a terrible toothache and thought it was a cavity. But my new dentist told me that it was just my wisdom teeth crowding my mouth and causing me pain. The pain in my mouth became increasingly worse by the week until I could get into my oral surgeon this past week to get my teeth out. If you're experiencing pain and your dentist recommends you get your wisdom teeth pulled, do it as soon as possible!!
I would use a plastic syringe.(monoject syringe)
I just had my top two wisdom teeth pulled a couple days ago due to cavities in each one of them. It is very painful having cavitites in them. The cavities caused both my wisdom teeth to break and fall apart down to the gum. it was causing me migranes and severe toothaches. I suggest as soon as u think u may have a cavity in a wisdom tooth get it takin care of before this happens.
See a Dentist or Oral Surgeon as soon as possible and expect work to be done on your teeth.
it is wisdom soon means wisdom
My question was. I just had 5 teeth pulled at once, this is going on the 3rd week since. All the stitches have gone but I have a deep hole in one where it looks like the stitches came out to soon and it didn't close like the rest. It's still hurts should I keep rinsing with salt water are what?
DON'T BRUSH YOUR TEETH THE FIRST DAY!!! I know it will be kind of gross, but you can't brush your teeth the first day because you may loosen the stitches. And if the stitches come out, then you will have a disgusting, bloody mess and would have to go back to the dentist to get the stitches re-sewn. That would not be fun! :(24 hours after surgery you can start brushing your teeth. Brush VERY GENTLY and go VERY SLOWLY when brushing near the wounds.*I would recommend using toothpaste with baking soda as soon as you can start brushing because in a few days after surgery, you will start getting a disgusting taste in your mouth which is basically your wound oozing out bacteria. (I know it sounds gross... it is. But it's true!) The baking soda will help give you a sweeter, fresher taste in your mouth, and will hopefully stop the oozing within 1 or 2 days instead of a week!Hope this information helped! Good luck with your surgery. :D
The holes are actually stitched closed. So there aren't actually any holes. Don't go poking around where the teeth were, you might cause an infection.
My dentist Said, as soon as you wish. Just try to avoid 'hard' food, or extremelly hot/cold
don't be too eager! wait until you're completely healed or you'll suffer dry socket.
At least three days. Drinking through a straw can dislodge the blood clot which is necessary to heal properly.
ask your dentist and see what they say, but mine told me 24 hours then i could cause it will cause you to get a dry socket
As soon as you wake up. Nope - bad advice that will possibly result in a dry socket. Wait at least several days to 2 weeks. DO NOT use a straw as soon as you wake up.