Maybe you should take him back. Is he putting pressure on it with gauze? If not that's what he needs to do. Is he smoking? If he is it could be a dry socket. I think the best bet would be to call the dentist that pulled it and see what they say. Take a teabag, soak it in some warm water for a few minutes, express the excess moisture, and place it on the extraction site. Gently bite on it for an hour or so. Avoid smoking, sucking anything through a straw, and aspirin type medications. If it is still bleeding after 24 hours, contact the dentist who extracted the tooth. ANSWER Depends on how much blood is being lost. You can have some "Spoting" from your gum for a couple of days. I feel like the dentist went to war in my mouth when he removed my wisdom tooth yesterday. My jaw is swollen and I feel like I have air trapped in my chin and that my jaw is broken, not to mention that I have a serious teeth grinding issue so my jaw wants to clench but it hurts too much to do that. So a little blood is ok for a few days. Just gargle with salt water try to eat soft foods and try avoiding hot liquids.
Wisdom teeth should be extracted when they push and damage the 7th tooth while they grow, also when they develop a cyst or cause an infection, and wisdom teeth are removed if they're causing problems with prosthesis. Here's an interesting video about wisdom tooth extraction.
no it will make your teeths upsidedown and it will wisdom forever
Yes you can
You should be able to resume a normal diet after 7-10 days.
you will need to see a dentist to get the root extracted and save you some pain.
couple days to a week.
Always follow your dentist's instructions. They will probably include not eating anything for a certain amount of time after the tooth is extracted, but after that eating pasta should be fine.
No, they will not grow back.
Yes, as long as your mouth is not too sore. It should not damage the extraction site.
Eat hard foods like apples
If there is nerve damage, it can last forever. If it's just numbing medication, then about 1-2 hours.
* No, there should be no problem, but after you finish smoking use a good antibacterial mouth wash. What is the most important is not to smoke after you have extracted your wisdom teeth for at least 48 hours. == ==
$1400-$1500 depending on if you have good insurance
usually it will go down by itself ..
according to livestrong.com, it is perfectly fine!
No. The pain - and a whole lot of it - comes afterwards.
Do not smoke after having your wisdom teeth extracted. The sockets could become infected, and at the very least, it will slow the healing process.
I just had all of my wisdom teeth extracted with a class 3 underbite but it has not changed my profile at all.
I just had 4 of my wisdom teeth removed and have only just started experiencing tinnitus.