For the first couple of days you should not do anything except rinse very gently with salty water. Most likely this will not disloge the food. You can get a special seringe from your dentist to clean the area, but my dentist advised me to use it only after a week or so. Yes, do nothing until the clot is formed and solid. Then you may irrigate gently with something like those ear wax bulbs, or swishing warm salt water around in your mouth.
yes, go to the dentist to fix the hole or extract the tooth
Like one week
If you get food into a tooth extraction hole, it can cause pain, infection, and decrease the healing time. Your doctor should have given you a syringe that you can use to squirt water into the hole to get any food out.
It depends on how strong the tooth is. If it's decayed to the point of being weak and fragile, it might be best to surgically remove it.
cavity is the hole in tooth
If you get food trapped in the hole where a wisdom tooth or any tooth was, be sure to rinse very well to dislodge the food. Failure to do so can cause infection and pain.
Yes, the stitches would cover the hole where your tooth was extracted. This is to help the gums heal without food getting caught in the hole.
When a tooth is pulled and when you rinse and water comes out of your nose, this is a sign of an oral fistula. An oral fistula is a hole from the extraction site into the sinus cavity. You will need to return to your dentist for treatment.
Yes. This is because if you get stuck in a sink hole there is a possibility you would not be able to get pulled out. Therefore you will sink and potentially drown.
pick it out with a fork or something, or look in a mirror and pull it out
Technically yes. But it is not just playing with bigger dogs. If the dogs tooth is caught in the toy and the other dogs tugs then the dogs tooth can inevitably be pulled out. When a dogs tooth is pulled out it will bleed and you will most likely need to bring it to the vet in order to have the hole sutured.
You are left with a hole in your tongue and your food sometimes gets stuck in the hole.
It is probably 1 of 2 things. It could be similar to a blood blister where your gums have formed a protective layer to stop the bleeding or it could simply be some kind of food stuck in the hole where the tooth was extracted from.
"Cary" (one r ) is the real, or, medical, term for a hole in a tooth due to tooth decay. These are commonly referred to as "cavities" however a "cavity" technically can be a hole or depression in anything. A Cary is specifically a hole in a tooth.
Eroding away of tooth enamel
When there is a cavity in a tooth it can look like there is a hole in the tooth. The hole in the tooth may also be discolored, either brown, gray, or black.
Not necessarily a cavity. May be sensitivity to salt or chemical composition of dissolving foodstoof.
its called a cavity ...
A hole is a cavity, it means that the tooth is rotten or rotted. If you see a hole it is past time to see the dentist. You should also be brushing more often.
A hole or weak spot in the tooth surface caused by decay.
The apple sauce and creamed spinach are some of the foods to eat after removing a tooth.
If you have a hole in the mouth with a white line around where a tooth use to be mean that you have a tooth coming back in. I would go to the doctor and have them check it out.
In one of the Winnie the Pooh books, Pooh Bear gets stuck in Rabbit's rabbit hole.
well first of alll, why in the heck did you get something stuck in the headphone hole., WHO DOES THAT!?!!??! :p