Answer: you have nerves all thru your head, teeth, ears, ect. pain can transfer all thru the face and head. just had mine out in june. my one ear hurt, that tooth on that sidewas impacted. dont feel suprised if it feels like your ears pop to.
Answer: It will hurt for a few seconds and maybe a little bit for a few minutes later on in the day if they pull the stitches out. But usually, if your sores have healed like they should, they should be fine and it is like getting a shot.
Answer: I think it does... I have 2 very impacted wisdom teeth on the top and I have been experiencing sensations like my nose falling asleep and pressure in my face which often later turn into migraines. I am getting them out ASAP.
Answer: Yes, you should gently GENTLY swish with warm (tepid) salt water 4-5 times a day for at least 3-5 minutes each time. (Think after meals and snacks) Should be done for at least a week (more likely two)
Answer: There are several different things you can try to relieve the painof cutting wisdom teeth. You can place ice on the outside of yourcheek, bite down on a tea bag, or use an over-the-counter numbinggel.
Is it okay to drink beer after getting your wisdom teeth out?
NO. because when they come back in they will end up being all funky
Answer: Because by the time you get them, you are old enough and smart enough to grab pliers and rip them out yourself instead going to the dentist and giving them a ridiculous amount to do it when you have all of the tools to do so in your shed.
Answer: You need to give your wisdom teeth sockets time to heal. This means that you should avoid irritating the area. The healing process begins with a blood clot. If you spit, smoke a cigarette, drink from a straw, you can cause a pressure that removes the clot from the socket. The is called dry socket and needs to be treated by the dentist, it is also associated with significant discomfort. To answer your question you can brush your teeth but avoid the areas that were involved with the surgery for at a few days. Your surgeon should give you a specific time frame that is associated with the type of procedure that was done.
Answer: It is safe to go in a hot tub after getting wisdom teeth pulledhowever you should avoid getting the water into your mouth. Hotwater allows the growth of bacteria and may increase the risk ofinfection.
Answer: You will be under an anesthetic when you get your wisdom teeth removed, so no, it will not be painful when you are undergoing surgery. However, your mouth may be in pain after the surgery, so your doctor will prescribe you some powerful painkillers and you will be just fine.
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.