Swelling and pain after operative tandfjernelse

2. may 2012  
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Question:

Hello. I got 3 days ago operated on a horizontal lying visdomstand out of the left mandible.
The operation was very unpleasant when I had pain during it(which was also bad ex post).
Now on the 3 day I seemed to have still sharp pain and a very nasty taste and lugti mouth, I get pennicillin and painkillers but don't work like that they work as intended. Yesterday I had to løgevagten and have something stronger painkillers in the form of codeine! I am very swollen in the face and sore in the neck down to the collarbone. My question is: is it here normally, or is there a reason to seek help??

Mvh lars

Answer:

Dear Lars,

You should seek out a dentist/ doctor that can look at you. It can be acute if you are raised down on the neck.

Hope you can use my answer.

With kind regards

Dentist Joan Olsen

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I've got a blodansamling in my cheek?

8. June 2010  
Filed in Mouth

Question:

Hello.
I've got a visdomstand out, have been told that there has been inflammation in it. My cheek is really big, like I have a tennis ball in one side of the mouth, a colleague says that it can be a blodansamling in my genre is that correct? If yes, when will disappear and you can do something even for that, it will disappear faster?

Christina

Answer:

Dear Christina,

It is quite normal to raise up after a visdomstandsfjernelse. If you believe that there is infection, then you should contact your dentist immediately and get some penicillin for it. Typically, you will be uncomfortable with the fever if it is an infection. If it is general swelling, then there must not be anything, but be patient, it will disappear by itself. You can put a cold compress on the first 2 days after the tooth extraction, otherwise the heating cover the following days.

Hope you can use my answer.

With kind regards

Dentist Joan Olsen

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Dentistry.dk™ – the Road to healthier teeth

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Complications of the nose after surgery

18. december 2009  
Filed in Mouth

Question:

I have just been rodspidsamputeret a molar. I have been very irritated from næserodene and go to the wound. Slightly raised and thumps in the næsefløj. I then started to raise around the tooth, and there was found inflammation. My gums from the tooth and up into the roof of the mouth is very irritated. After finishing pondocillin and metronidazole treatment is both the nose and palate, still very annoyed. It makes so little evil in the tooth when I chew and it will be taken out. There is a crack in the tooth. So it had to get out. Is now six hours, very irritated in the gums from the now-missing tooth and up into the palate and nose dunking much, right down to the mandible. The teeth under the wound has been irritated/sore for a while all of this Is because of the bad tooth el is there something else wrong also up at the nose? It started after the operation – that is, amputationen.

Jeanne

Answer:

Dear Jeanne,

It suggests it is because of. the tooth and the operation. You must go to the dentist again if it continues to bother you.

Hope you can use my answer.

With kind regards

Dentist Joan Olsen

www.tandpleje.dk/brevkassen

Dentistry.dk™ – the Road to healthier teeth

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What caused swelling in the gums?

16. October 2009  
Filed in Mouth, Pain and Anaesthesia

Question:

I've got a crown on -6 and several times seen laterally a swelling in the gum and tried with penecillin and several times klorheksidin pasta but it comes back, it is very sore when I press on the swelling,what can it caused??

Brian

Answer:

Dear Brian,

It suggests that the tooth must rodbehandles. There is most likely an inflammation of the nerve at -6 or maybe one of the neighbouring teeth. That the tooth must rodbehandles, does not mean that you also need to have a new crown on it unless it is necessary. The dentist can rodbehandle through the crown.

Hope you can use my answer.

With kind regards

Dentist Joan Olsen

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Dentistry.dk™ – the Road to healthier teeth

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