Yes, as the teeth can shift in the bone when the wisdom teeth are no longer there to keep them in place. Yes, but in a minimal way. The gaps that can be mostly noticed are in the back area. Rarely front teeth are affected.
no you can't. alcohol is a blood thinner. it can cause serious issues.
More than likely, that is just dried blood. Nothing else would cause staining in removal of wisdom teeth.
If you have a lump in your gum after you have had your wisdom teeth removed, it could just be swelling. If the lump does not go away, you should seek advice of your dentist.
The removal of one's wisdom teeth is usually the cause of an abcess, also known as a dry socket. An abcess is extremely painful and can prevent comfortable eating or sleeping. I don't claim to have a DDS, but I do know this much. I hope that helps! :-D Painful teeth are possibly the worst to deal with. I have a wisdom tooth that is almost all the way in as we speak.
Not if the dental work is wisdom teeth removal. Sucking on a straw will cause the stitches to come out and the incisions to start bleeding again.
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Yes, actually it is quite common. Wisdom teeth can make an appearance at any age, even much later than 32 year old. Wisdom teeth more often that not, will cause pain, infection and other issues that lead to removal being necessary.
Surgical removal of the stomach can cause dumping syndrome or vitamin B12 deficiency.
I haven't yet had my wisdom tooth out, but I have had alot of pain with it. For the past few months a lymph node in my neck has been swollen. Both the dentist and the doctor has assured me that it is because of and infection in my wisdom tooth. maybe you have just got an infection from getting the tooth removed.
Yes, wisdom teeth coming in can cause headaches and soar throats too.
Wisdom teeth are not necessarily bad. They do, however, frequently cause crowding in the mouth, forcing the molars forward resulting in crooked teeth. They can also become impacted or fail to fully erupt (emerge through the gums), causing discomfort and potential for decay or gum disease. Dentists often recommend removal of wisdom teeth in younger people if problems are foreseen; if you make it through your twenties with no troubles, you'll most likely be fine. If you have any issues with any of your wisdom teeth, most dentists will recommend removal of all four, as asymmetry in the mouth can result in other problems. By all accounts, extraction of the wisdom teeth kind of sucks.
Wisdom teeth do not necessarily crowd teeth. Some people who have had their wisdom teeth removed still get crowding, while others that still have their third molars erupted or impacted do not have crooked teeth.
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Absolutely! Stress is one of the biggest causes of a late period, and nearly everyone stresses about their upcoming wisdom teeth removal appointments as well as the healing period. (Fear of dry socketing, etc.) Don't worry! Just relax and you'll be fine. I completely skipped a period when I had my wisdom teeth removed and it just came the next month instead. :)
No, they cannot.
Yes expressly if they are impacted
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Wisdom teeth coming in does not normally cause swelling or tightness in the throat. The most common side effect is a sore jaw.