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If you just got your wisdom teeth removed last week what is wrong if there is an area on the outer side of your gums near your back molar next to the cheek that is a tender lump like a blister?

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2005-12-25 03:52:31
2005-12-25 03:52:31

hi. i got my wisdom teeth removed this past monday, and it's really be an ALRIGHT recovery - nothing toooo painful, but nothing comfortable either. i was just looking around on the net to see if something similar to what im experiencing was common. it is kinda liek your concern. my surgeon gave me dissolvable stitches, and they have basically fallen out (they didn't last the full week). but now, my gum is actually torn and, as gross as it may sound, somewhat flapping. i saw your entry and i was just wondering if you ever found anything about your complication, because maybeeee it would have something about mine. if you're able to, please let me know! and hope you're doing well!

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