Side effect after removing wisdom teeth Your mouth turned left and your right face feels stiff and numb?
Q: A woman in her mid-20s. I removed my wisdom tooth (bottom right) that I laid down three days ago. I tried to take a ct, but the machine was broken, so I couldn’t get a picture, so I just had surgery. During the operation, the anesthesia must not have been completely anesthetized, and it was difficult to stop bleeding because of the bleeding after the surgery, but the blood stopped.
My mouth turned to the left that night. I went to the hospital because I was surprised and sent it back home and it was okay the next day. But so far, I feel like my right face is stiff and the mucous membrane in my right cheek is paralyzed. My chin is a bit weird, too. Looking closely, I think my right face, nose and mouth are down. I can’t drool easily and my right neck hurts a lot.
I went back to the hospital, but all I can say is that it’s okay. I searched on the internet and found that wisdom teeth are often close to nerves, so I have to take a picture of ct and pull it out, but I’m not sure what I should do in the future.
My right throat hurts a lot and I keep getting light blood for a day. It’s still coming out. Is it because you can’t stop the blood vessels in your gums?
A: There are many cases where wisdom teeth are located close to Hachizo nerves. It can be distinguished to a certain extent by a normal X-ray. The exact thing can be determined by CT.
I don’t always get a CT when I have my wisdom teeth removed. Only take a CT if necessary.
The above symptoms are those that can normally be present after wisdom tooth extraction. Usually, pulling out wisdom teeth through surgery can cause swelling, pain, and slight bleeding up to a week after surgery 비아그라 구매
If your doctor checks the status and says it’s okay, you’d better watch a little more. If the swelling gets worse or the pain doesn’t decrease, visit the hospital again immediately.