Asked in Health, Beauty, English to German, Walt Disney
What does internal stitches mean?
This term is used in surgery. The person may have dissolving stitches inside before they stitch (or they may use staples or surgical tape depending on the incision) and the internal stitches will simply dissolve in time. ...
Should you have a hole where your wisdom teeth were three days after the surgery or did your stiches fall out?
Yes, three days after surgery you will definitely still have a hole. It will probably take a few weeks to a month (on average) for the hole to close completely. As for stitches if you don't have dissoluble stitches you should go back to your dentist in about a week to have them removed, however I would recommend you ask your dentist for dissoluble stitches so you don't have to worry about any discomfort that may come with their removal. ...
Asked in Health, Chemistry, Surgery and Hospitalization
What happens when disolvable stitches don't dissolve?
I had one show up last week. My surgery was 28 years ago. part of the incision opened & the stitch made its way out! ...
Your stitches came out 6 hours after wisdom teeth surgery is that normal?
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. ...
Asked in Tonsillectomy
When can you have a cigarette after having your tonsils removed?
if you dip or smoke i would suggest to wait until your stitches completely dissolve and your scabs have completely developed. so, about 5 to 7 days after the surgery ...
How long does it take for the stitches to dissolve after the extraction of your wisdom teeth?
In my case, approximately 7 to 10 days. However, every person is different. I would not advise smoking after surgery, as this can retard the healing process. ...
How long does corneal surgery take when using a laser?
The laser allows this surgery to take only minutes, without the use of stitches. ...
If one of your canine teeth never came down and you were told it was impacted and you needed oral surgery could this have anything to do with the condition of your other teeth which are very yellow?
Orthodontics and oral surgery would be needed to "pull" the impacted canine into position. This would have nothing to do with color of the teeth. If you are worried about yellowing of the teeth, this could be corrected with many different types of bleaching. My best recommendation would be after completing the braces and oral surgery, bleach with a approved bleaching system with your dentist. J Holsworth, RDH An impacted tooth is never related to all the other teeth becoming yellow. The...