depends what type of tooth but normally no.
Swelling from a molar tooth being pulled is normal. Take the medication that was prescribed to you and do not chew on that side of your mouth until it is healed.
becuse you pulled it out and it hurts
You don't need any antibiotics for a pulled tooth. this is because it is a wound inside the mouth and the mouth has a tendency to heal its wounds faster than any other part of the body does.
Honestly, all you can really do is put ice inside a paper towel and put it where the tooth was pulled and take Ibuprofen, Benadryl or Motrin.
It depends on who you are... It can be anywhere from hours to seconds. If you have a sensitive mouth, it could hurt for a while
Yes, its fairly typical with most people.
I just had my tooth pulled yesterday that was infected, I too have a slight fever and had some sweating last night... That is normal when you have a fever
Yes, for a day.
This is probably normal if your gums hurt.
Tooth being pulled. A root canal is not really that painful. It is uncomfortable because you have to keep your mouth open for a while. If you have to make the choice go with the rood canal land save the tooth.
yes if you want to feel the pain and receive infections to the mouth cavities
Yes, very normal I've had 11 teeth pulled and i realized that every tooth next to each spot where tooth was hurt so I suggest Advil or Tylenol.
There is no such thing as the 14591 AREA---of the mouth, anyway. Do you mean area of the mouth, or area, meaning zip code????
Not in your gum, in the side of your mouth close to your gum Not in your gum, in the side of your mouth close to your gum
Probably because I got only a baby tooth pulled out and it bled for five hours.
Two or three days. It stays a bit sore for about a week, but not much.
No, that's a sign of infection. Go back to your dentist and get some antibiotics.
yes. the swelling preventing your mouth to open is the first sign of healing and the inability to open your mouth is because of the location your wisdom tooth was removed. you will gradually return to normal signaling the ending of the healing process.
Yes, thousands of people have a tooth pulled every day.
After a tooth extraction it is probably best to leave at least a few hours before brushing your teeth to allow bleeding to stop. After that, you should brush your teeth on your normal twice-daily schedule, because it is important for your other teeth and for the wound healing, that your mouth is clean. Be careful around the extraction site, and avoid rinsing your mouth for 24 hours after the extraction, because this can dislodge the blood clot.
yes its normal if his lip is swollen after his tooth is pulled, the numbing medication may have made it swell when they injected it in his lipthe feeling will come back after a couple of hours
A teeth laser is the modern way that dentists use to examine the mouth for tooth decay. The laser is placed in the mouth and waves from it are measured against normal tooth waves. Any abnormalties are tooth decay.