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Can wisdom teeth removal cause inflammation in the lymph nodes even without infection?

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2015-07-15 21:08:21
2015-07-15 21:08:21

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.

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