Yes. The military pulled 6 teeth at once. It took about a year for the hole to close up.Answer
After a dental extraction, it takes a few weeks for the gums to heal. But it takes at least three months for the bone to heal.Answer
Get some CoQ10 (a vitamin supplement). CoQ10 works miracles helping mouth tissues to heal. Ideally, buy some 100Mg CoQ10 softgels and take four a day, spread out across the day. CoQ10 is found in cells throughout the body, but it is found in highest concentration in gum/mouth tissue cells. I take it 100Mg to 200Mg daily, but when I have any dental work planned I ramp-up the amount a couple of weeks in advance and continue until it has healed.
I learned about CoQ10 years ago, prior to having all four of my impacted wisdom teeth extracted. I took it prior to, and following their removal. When I went back to the dentist for a follow-up visit, the dentist remarked that he'd never seen anyone heal so quickly. I'm convinced the CoQ10 supplementation was responsible for my quick recovery.
My father had a very similar result - very quick healing following dental work and CoQ10 supplementation.
Yes. It is normal.
That is totally normal - don't worry.
is wisdom tooth extraction reuces mind
No. You are requested to consult the ENT specialist.
Yes. Didn't you read any of the materials your dentist gave you???
no you should seek medical advice.
I just had my wisdom teeth removed and the teeth next to the wound were very sore for about a week and a half.
No, but a headache and sore jaws are. You should call your dentist.
The 2nd day after your wisdom tooth extraction, you are restricted to soft foods such as jello.
Just after the teeth extraction is healed.
Wisdom tooth extraction requires an oral surgeon when the wisdom tooth is compacted, or when the area around the tooth is infected.
A surgical extraction of a wisdom tooth (or teeth) is common with most young adults. During this type of extraction, an oral surgeon will cut into the gum line to expose the tooth, from which point the extraction is performed much in the same way as a simple tooth extraction. Prior to wisdom tooth extraction, the dental office will take a panoramic x-ray to give the dental surgeon a focused and clear view of how the wisdom teeth are situated and an indication of the difficulty of extraction.
This depends on what tooth was extracted. Molars require the most time to heal, with the "wisdom teeth" being the longest. The gums can hurt for a week after a molar extraction.
No, they do not.
i have had my wisdom tooth pulled yesterday, it hasnt been 24hrs, and i believe that is normal. it hurts to smile or even swallow because i have a huge hole that has been sewn shut. so yes i think its totally normal.
No, it is not. Return to the surgeon who performed the extractions and allow him/her to evaluate the situation. This is considered normal follow-up care and is included in the fee charged for the extractions. Do not put this off.
Eventually. The gums will heal in about a week. The bone takes longer, up to three months. If there are holes in your gums, it takes longer for them to become normal because of the healing process of the bone.
YES - usually on the same side of the face as the extraction is on. Along with neck ache and ear ache
No it is not, there is an infection present and you should consult your dentist as soon as possible to avoid further complications.
only if you want