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What do impacted wisdom teeth look like?

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Answered 2012-11-03 01:57:07

There is no "look" to it. It's painful, swollen and requires antibiotics up to and until the point where the oral surgeon can now remove the wisdom tooth, once the antibiotics have taken affect. Consult your oral surgeon about this.

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like a normal gum, but with a dip in it (where the tooth has been pulled and then healed over)


It may look and feel like your gum, but chances are it is the teeth. Check in with a dentist as soon as possible.


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Prairie Dogs teeth are strong. They have two buck teeth in the front and they look like squirrels.


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crows dont have teeth.


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geckos dont really have teeth the have teeth like a fish but less rough


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The inside of my mouth is pretty swollen. I can see the stitches and the skin around it is tender and swollen. The outside is puffy with some green bruising.


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