Yes, it is normal to have a hole in your gums where the tooth was removed for a few weeks at times. The pain and the hole will get better. Just keep taking the pain meds as long as you need them. If Tylenol or ibuprofen work to control the pain, switch to one of those, rather than a prescription medication. Taking the medication before it starts to really hurt is best. After it begins to hurt it is harder for the medication to control the pain. Rinse gently with warm salt water while you still have the hole. This will help it to stay clean and being clean will help with the pain. Call your dentist if you have serious concerns. They will be able to help you better, they know exactly what they did. I had my wisom teeth removed roughly 3 years ago. Though, in the past few days I noticed on the right side of my mouth a new hole in the same location. My gums had healed long ago, yet this hole was somewhat small but is growing larger and becoming more painful. I am not sure what the cause of the new hole is. The rest of my mouth seems to be fine aside from 2 other ulcers around the lips. I rarely smoke but brush daily. I am begining mouth washing again as well, but it hasn't proved any help yet. I'm not sure if this is any help to anyone or even related to my former surgery. Either way, I hope to learn more and will add any incite I later find. Yes, the hole might remain there for three months. It is important to rinse with water and salt after you eat to remove the foodthat is trapped there.
It is quite common to have wisdom teeth removed anywhere from 15 to 30.
You can eat after having your wisdom teeth removed, but you should eat food that aren't crunchy, such as mashed potatoes, pudding, and milkshakes.
it is not normal
Getting your wisdom teeth removed can be quite painful. You can drink juice after having them removed so long as you don't use a straw.
A little while after...
in 3 years time
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
Having wisdom teeth removed has no bearing on when you defecate.
No, having migraines for 5 days in a row is not normal at all after having your wisdom teeth pulled. You should contact the dentist right away.
Yes that is normal, that happened with me when my wisdom teeth were removed and it healed up on its own. If you don't play with it, it will settle down in a week or so.
Yes, of course.
It is normal to have some swelling and redness on your cheeks after having your wisdom teeth removed. If this swelling and redness lasts for more than 2 days you should contact your dentist.
yes, that is normal, if you have swelling after 24 hours, and no fever or a headache its ok,what you can do, you can put a warm compress on the cheek. you can heat a warm towel in the microwave.
They might a little, if the wisdom tooth or teeth were really crowding them, but it won't be a huge amount.
5-7 days to be safe
Lots of soft and squishy foods!:)
no your wisdom teeth has nothing to do with cold sores or fever blisters. Cold sores and fever blister are a type are herpes and it is from using other people lip stick.
You should have wisdom teeth removed if they are causing pain or are having a negative impact on other teeth - or are likely to do any of these things in the future. Otherwise, there is no problem in leaving them alone!
The ache from having the tooth removed will be such that you won't even notice the stitches. Ice packs will help the swelling. After a couple days you will pretty much return to normal.
Yes. These are called wisdom teeth, and if they are giving you trouble, you can have them removed.
Yes, dont worry.
People differ. It took me about a week before I was back to normal.
For a while ( few days) after your wisdom teeth are removed, it is advisable to do nothing that might disturb the blood clots that have formed in the tooth socket. That would include running or jumping.
Could be from the novicane shots, or shock to sinuses.