(Closed) A Question for Dental Bees

posted 7 years ago in Wellness
Post # 3
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2907 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: July 2011

@Gerbera:Call your dentist. Depending on the pain there are a variety of non-problematic and problematic things it could be. Please call your dentist.

 

I am not a dentist, but I swear that any doctor or dentist will tell you that diagnoses cannot be made online. There are intricasies that will be missed and people could be sued because they missed something, and you could suffer –from unneeded treatment, or from lack of treatment.

Post # 4
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: August 2011

Your sockets might be infected. Call your dentist and see if he’ll check them out for you. If they’re dry or infected, you don’t want to let them go too long or they’ll get worse. 

Post # 5
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Worker bee
  • Wedding: January 2011

im not a dentist i am a dental nurse,  it does sound sort of like a dry socket although not quite typical. These usually develop 2-3 days after extraction and usually you get a bad taste in mouth, bad breath, swelling, sore throat ect so not sure about the cough if that is related? best to go back to the dentist and he will either put a dressing in the socket to calm it down or irrigate it with a salt water or chlorhexidine solution if it is a dry socket. sometimes antibiotics are required. a dry socket is most common on the lower teeth so is not unusual. best to get it checked though by the dentist that did it for a solid diagnosis xx

Post # 7
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Worker bee
  • Wedding: January 2011

glad to hear you have contacted the dentist! they will be sure to diagnose but it might just be a coincidence that the cough has come out especially if you have been ok for 2 days after! good luck hope you get it sorted xx

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