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Is it possible for you teeth to move out of place after you get your wisdom teeth taken out?? I got my wisdom teeth taken out 3 days ago, and it feels like and looks like the teeth on my right side have moved out of place. Also, I still have numbness on my chin and lips and teeth. The dentist said it's most likely the nerve is bruised.
I had my bottom wisdom teeth remove 4 days ago and my top teeth hurts do you think I have nerve damage in my upper teeth
Do wisdom teeth effect the inner ear?
Im getting my wisdom teeth out in three weeks, and i get pain and pressure on the top back of my head. Hot and cold directly on my head makes it worse, and my sinuses are stuffed due to one tooth being up against my sinus nerve. Is there any way to calm the pressure down, its so hard to work in an office on the computer and trying to focus??? Should I be worried bout the anesthietic?
Hi I have had my wisdom teeth taken out all four at same time it has now been about two months since after the second week I got an infection but all cleared up now only issue is that I still get an aching pain in the holes randomly but often. Is this normal???
I had 4 wisdom teeth pulled. All impacted and close to nerves. I'm a little swollen yet on day 6. My right side of face is not working really. Can't smile right and stuff. It hurts a little but my outer eye area when I push on it. My tongue isn't numb. I do have a weird taste in my mouth like stale or bloody. But only little pieces of blood when I rinse with salt water sometimes. What's going on? When will I be able to have full use out of my mouth and face?
So I had my wisdom teeth just over a week and I am still in pain not as much when I first got them taken out and this pass friday I called the nurse and she said to stop taking the strong pain killers "hydro" and have been really like feeling sick but did not have a cold or anything just felt bad.
So I'm approaching100days clean and sober.Heres the thing.I'm29 my wisdom teeth have never come n.Now that I have said I plan to not take opiates my mom+husband have convinced me there gonna come n now.I know its a rediculous what if situation but now I'm all worried.Has any1had there's pulled+not take opiates?I wanna put my own mind at ease.I'm actually worried about something that hasnt happened...leave it to my BIGGEST supporters to freak me out about the hypothetical LOL.
I do not think that the wisdom had any effect on the orthodontic result. I would not consider extracting the second molars.
One month ago I had my two bottom wisdom teeth removed. I had lots of pain so my doctor prescribed 2nd round of pennicilin. I've just finished second round today. The right side of my bottom lip is feels like it's num and when I brush my teeth I can hardly feel the toothbrush on my teeth nor my toothbrush on my gums - right bottom side. Could this numness just be a part of the healing process or do I need to see my dental surgeon AGAIN.
Hi, I am 28 year old male who has 4 impacted wisdom teeth (horizontal impaction for the lower teeth, diagonally impacted for the upper teeth) and I am thinking of getting my wisdom teeth extracted since my dentist says that the impaction may cause problems later on.
i had all 4 wisdom teeth extracted 10 days ago. initiall, i was extremely swollen & experienced discomfort and pain that i would expect. i also had numbing on a portion of the lower lip. when the numbness subsided (4 days after the surgery) a constant pain started on my lower front teeth, but there is excruciating pain on my left lower incisor (a tooth that had shifted before when my lower wisdom teeth began to surface).
Well I'm 19 and wisdom teeth are coming in. I am also unsure. Last year I was at the dentist he told me my wisdom teeth were coming in and asked if they hurt at all. I said no. But now I think my right one is starting to become impacted and this is where some of my problems started. Although I'm going to get my Eustachian tubes checked I will also get my wisdom teeth checked again.
Hello- 4 wisdom teeth extracted on May 8-age 34. Background info: Very anemic (Note: I let my medical doctor know I wanted to have wisdom teeth removed and she said it was ok. I also let the oral surgeon know I was very anemic.) Lower wisdom teeth: one partial boney and other completely boney.
Had 4 wisdom teeth removed on 8/3/2012 + an impacted/infected molar on bottom right. Day 1 post op (day of surgery): slept mostly after surgery (8am) but woke up later in the afternoon and noticed the left side of chin/lip from corner of mouth to center of chin/lip was numb. This was different than the other side that was no longer feeling the anesthesia. Day 2: No pain. The left side of chin and lip from the corner to the center of the jaw is STILL numb.
-pain where the wisdom teeth should be + swollen gums (off and on) -persistent sore throat (off and on) -tightness in the front of the neck near collar bone -tightness in the back of the neck -intermittent nausea -intermittent low grade fever -pain in lymph areas neck, armpits, groin (pains seem to change location) -nerve pain in various parts of the body, shoulders, feet, hands -malaise The symptoms have been trickling in for the past 6 weeks, starting with the gum pain and sore throat.
I think the problem is with your wisdom teeth. The wisdom teeth might be pushing all of your teeth in due to its growing sideways. This is causing a block and nerve damage. This ight has caused you a feel of sensitivity. Get your wisdom teeth removed.
I had my top and bottom wisdom teeth removed May 1st 2013, the dentist told me after he finished ditching me up that he left a "bur" in there and would have to remove it the following Monday when he returned from his dental convention in Chicago! (This was a Friday I had surgery) come to find out a bur is basically a drill bit they use! By Monday I could not even open my mouth half an inch, he could not even get into my mouth and not that I was going to let him attempt to remove it.
I want to know why is it necessary to remove wisdom teeth? What are positives except that removing wisdom teeth will not affect other teeth lining and may prevent chances of infection around wisdom teeth? What are negative sides? I am tired of this procedure or that procedure and going to here and there, and now this. I don’t want to complain but I am already struggling with poor general health, stress, anxiety and insomnia and my GP is no help. and I see a psychiatrist, who suggests meds.
Hello Doctor(s), I recently has 3 of my wisdom teeth removed on wends 2/11/08. 2 on the right and 1 on the bottom left. The bottom left one has caused some issues for me. I now have loss sensitivity in the bottom part of my jaw, gumline, and teeth. I also cannot feel the upper left front tooth. Also the left side of my chin and bottom part of my face are numb. I wanted to know what I should do I was told that this can last up to a year.
I want to know why is it necessary to remove wisdom teeth? What are positives except that removing wisdom teeth will not affect other teeth lining and may prevent chances of infection around wisdom teeth? What are negative sides? I am tired of this procedure or that procedure and going to here and there, and now this. I don’t want to complain but I am already struggling with poor general health, stress, anxiety and insomnia and my GP is no help.
org/posts/Dental-Health/Wisdom-teeth-removal-and-front-tooth-pain/show/421644 I got my wisdom teeth removed about 5 days ago and since then the only real lasting pain has been in my front teeth, and around the gums in that area. I've been flossing, brushing and rinsing like crazy to no avail. The person in the query linked above got an answer that suggested his problem had nothing to do with getting his wisdom teeth extracted, but it seems that another person also had this same problem post-op.
I'm a 19 year old male and I had all 4 of my wisdom teeth removed Friday. I don't know if they were impacted or not, the oral surgeon didn't tell me and I didn't ask. I underwent IV sedation. The bleeding stopped that day, and I haven't been in much pain, but now it's 3 days post-op and the left side of my jaw/lips are still numb. The surgeon had informed me that nerve damage was possible although rare.
I had my 2 upper and 1 lower right wisdom teeth removed over 3 weeks ago. After the surgery I immediately had excruciating pain on the right side of my face (ear, temple, sinus/cheek, jaw, throat, back of head, back of neck). I was treated for migraines, but that didn't work. I am currently taking Neurontin, Toradol and Flexeril. This combination is helping the pain. When the meds wear off, you can actually see the muscles in that area twitch and the right side of my mouth droops.
I am a healthy 35 yr old female. I had all 4 wisdom teeth removed in Feb 16 2009. I complained for two weeks before the Oral Surgeon had me come in and do an xray that is when he agreed that things were not healing normally. He scheduled the second oral surgery a couple days later for March 23rd to remove bone fragments that he thought were interfering with the healing process.
Here is the background story: Got my wisdom teeth removed beginning of Jan; it's been a month. Surgery was the worst surgeon had done, according to him, it was supposed to take 30 minutes but took 2 hours, even had to take x-rays during because bottom teeth were really badly impacted; I was under local anesthesia. So during the 2nd week, I realized I had this weird sensation on my chin and bottom teeth as well as bottom (my left) side of lip.
I had 20 teeth pulled along with 2 wisdom teeth its been a week now an I had started having very bad headache is this normal and how long will it be before the headaches stop Hurts So Bad!!!!!!
Three and a half months ago, I had all four wisdom teeth removed. The teeth were vertically impacted with the roots of the teeth above the nerve line. The surgeon expected an easier than average procedure. The extraction when smoothly except that I've had continued numbness in my bottom lip and gums on the left side. It has not improved with time. In my latest follow up, I was told that this numbness might be permanent. I have a few questions: 1) What are the long term effects?
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