yes a dry socket is very painful
you have a dry socket and need to go back to the dentist and get it drilled out
A dry socket usually occurs when the extraction site of your tooth fails to form a clot and heal. When the clot dislodges, the socket will be dry and painful because there is no more clot covering the bone, hence the name dry socket. http://www.intelligentdental.com/2010/05/29/common-inflammatory-disease-of-the-jaw-bone/
A dry socket is extremely painful and the only way to get rid of it is to go back to the dentist. Your dentist will clean the socket and pack the open area with a medicated dressing and you will have to go in every day until it is healed.
you should not suck on your extraction socket. The increased pressure can lead to dry socket, which is very painful. Your friendly oral surgeon.
When an extraction from a dentist is performed, a common complication is dry socket. Dry socket is extremely painful and the gum where the blood clot originally was will appear white.
Eating after treatment of a dry socket when a tooth was pulled, is usually a matter of comfort. Try not to eat anything like nuts, that will lodge in the socket. You may want to stick to liquids or puddings for a day, to allow the dry socket time to heal, and so you won't be biting on a painful surface.
you shouldn't, the sucking action is can cause a dry socket that is extremly painful, if you do try to cover it up with your tongue and only puff as gently as possible.
In most cases, if you have a dry socket you will not bleed. If you have a dry socket, you need to go back to your dentist.
Only after the gums have healed. Alcohol causes the place where teeth were removed to dry up,"dry socket", and it can be very painful.
No if you do you will get dry socket and that is the most painful experience I ever had. Getting the wisdom teeth out was nothing compared to the dry socket. I fell down in the shower with pain and I had to go to the doctor everyday to get novacaine packed in my tooth it was so painful please dont smoke or drink through a straw after surgery.
If you still feel what may be part of your tooth left in the socket, that is not good. I would suggest seeing your dentist, or oral surgeon about this as part of your tooth may have broken in the process of the extraction. If there is no partial tooth remaining, you may have what is called dry socket, which is extremely painful. This website will explain "dry socket" to you: http://www.dentalgentlecare.com/dry_socket.htm