If you wisdom teeth were way back, you might have a sore throat, because the healing is happening back there and the pain will last a few days to a week.
But the sore throat can also be related to a cold that you are having at the same time.
I was 30 years old (very healthy) and I didn't have a sore throat, with my wisdom teeth extraction, but did feel like I had the flu. My head, body, ears, and lymph nodes ached for 3 days afterward. Antibiotics, sleep, and a cold pack for exterior swelling/discomfort are *key*.
Yes you can
You can eat prior to having a tooth extracted as long as you are only having a local anesthetic. Usually patients will opt for I.V. sedation for all four wisdom teeth.
Do not smoke after having your wisdom teeth extracted. The sockets could become infected, and at the very least, it will slow the healing process.
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
Yes, white sport on your throat can be a direct consequence of having infected wisdom teeth. However, this is not the only option. Such white spots can signal about quinsy, for example.
Directions on the bottle advise to not use in the area of recently extracted teeth.
Yes, as long as there aren't chunks of harder stuff in it and you aren't drinking from a straw
no it will make your teeths upsidedown and it will wisdom forever
Wisdom teeth should be extracted when they push and damage the 7th tooth while they grow, also when they develop a cyst or cause an infection, and wisdom teeth are removed if they're causing problems with prosthesis. Here's an interesting video about wisdom tooth extraction.
Yes you can get braces having wisdom teeth, and the wisdom teeth will not get brackets put on them but it is best to get the wisdom teeth removed with in at least the first year of having your braces to avoid your teeth not being able to shift correctly
I am not sure and am having the same problem
I believe you can get neck pains due to infected/misplaced wisdom teeth. My older sister found out her wisdom teeth were infected when the back of her neck became really sore. She went to the doctor and found that she needed her wisdom teeth extracted, everything is pretty well connected to each other when it comes to muscles and nerves in the same area.
I just had all of my wisdom teeth extracted with a class 3 underbite but it has not changed my profile at all.
I would advise no I ate them the morning after I got 4 of my wisdom teeth out and pieces were lodged into my sockets and i didn't notice until a couple days after and i think I have a dry socket now
Wisdom teeth coming in does not normally cause swelling or tightness in the throat. The most common side effect is a sore jaw.
If you have had problems with you wisdom teeth after the extraction, it would be best to back to the dentist. Be advised that some problems may take a few days to go away.
Yes, as long as your mouth is not too sore. It should not damage the extraction site.
They are located in the back of your teeth after the second molar being the third molar. Wisdom teeth start to grow out around the ages of 17 to 25 and are often extracted due to complications.
You can treat persistent dry sockets after having your wisdom teeth extracted with aspirin or ibuprofen. However, if it doesn't help, your dentist can prescribe an antibiotic.