FIRST THING you should do is follow your dentists advice about caring for it after you leave his office. It will heal; here are some tips to help healing- DO NOT use a straw to drink; the suction you create to sip through a straw will cause possible bleeding and slower recovery. Dont chew directly on it; try soft foods for a while. After eating, some food particles may wander into the socket. Dissolve a tablespoon of table salt in a small glass of water (not hot, not cold,) then gently rinse your mouth to remove food particles and bacteria. Then go to a GOOD pharmacy or even a healthfood store and get a bottle of "Oil of Cloves". A few times a day, put a few drops of this oil into the dry socket. That will help with the pain and increase healing time. Having a "dry socket" after an extraction is VERY common. Hang in there! GOOD LUCK
The empty tooth socket following removal of the tooth.
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An empty socket is a socket in which you can insert a gem. There are different kinds of gem, and each do different things depending on where the socket is. For example a Topaz gives an intelligence boost when inserted into torso armour, but a +% to magic find in a helm.
DEFINITELY NOT A DRY SOCKET... YOU WOULD KNOW IF YOU HAD A DRY SOCKET. BASICALLY YOUR SOCKETS ARE JUST CLEAN.
It looks like a hole where your blood clot should have formed. Usually, a bit of white can be seen (this is the exposed bone). You will know if you have dry socket due to extreme pain from your mouth up to your ear in most instances and a very bad breath as a result from the empty socket.
The pulmonary veins empty blood into the left atria.
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Dry socket is caused by a bacterial infection, not by smoking. While smoking causes a number of problems, dry socket is not one of them. I respectfully have to disagree with the answer above. Smoking can indeed cause dry socket. In fact, it is one of the biggest causes of dry socket. Dry socket occurs when the blood clot inside the empty tooth socket is dislodged and the bone is exposed. This, in turn, can lead to infection and LOTS of pain. The suction from when you pull and take a drag from the cigarette can dislodge the clot - just like sucking on a straw. The dentist I work for always tells her patients not to smoke or use a straw for AT LEAST 48 hours. Also, the smoke from the cigarette can irritate the empty socket and can increase the likelihood of infection and/or dry socket. Now you asked if smoking one cigarette can cause it - probably not, but be very careful as you take a drag. Minimal force/suction. Be sure to rinse your mouth immediately after smoking (Very gently..just slowly move your head from side to side to move the water around. If its 24hrs past the extraction you can use a salt water rinse - 1/2tsp salt dissolved in 1 cup warm, but not too warm, water). One person I know even took some damp gauze and placed it over (not packed into) the extraction site to keep it covered and "protected" from the irritation of the smoke. I hope this info is helpful to you! Best wishes for a quick recovery! (I just had a tooth pulled yesterday so I know what you are going through!)
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It should be in the outline shape of your tooth, filled with a nice red blood clot. After a day or so the clot will discolour and turn white or brown. Nothing to worry about. Depending on how careful you are, after about a week, you will start to wear down the clot due to drinking, eating, swallowing, breathing etc.. The gums will start to grow over and you will have a hole that will close up over time.
It can be a noun, like someone's name could be Empty in a fictional book, it is not a verb, it would be an adjective as in "empty room" and it could be an adverb as in "empty staring."
Empty one and see.
They are both filled with living material.
Arteries carry blood away from the heart and empty into Arterioles which then lead to Capillaries, the blood then begins its return trip to the heart by entering Venules which empty into Veins which return the blood to the heart.ArteriesArteriolesCapillariesVenulesVeins
The vena cava carries deoxygenated blood into the left atrium.
One term for empty talk would be chatter. Another could be bluster or blather. Empty talk could also mean mere rhetoric.
you can write in it.
Don't go upstairs empty-handed!
the pulmonary vein
the pulmonary veins, the only veins to carry oxygenated blood empty into the left atrium.
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