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 Do i sleep with gauze in my mouth after wisdom tooth extraction?

Answer I just had a wisdom tooth removed earlier this year, and also did not receive stitches.Once the clot has formed and most of the bleeding stops, you can remove the gauze. You don't need to sleep wi... Read More »
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Do you have to keep gauze in your mouth for bleeding after wisdom teeth are removed?

It's better if you do. It will stop the bleeding sooner and help prevent a dry socket. A dry socket is VERY painful. Just use a small piece and fold it into a small square, put the square directly ... Read More »
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Is it possible for bleeding wisdom tooth sockets to clot and heal on their own without gauze pads?

Yes they will clot up. You should talk to your dentist to make sure that what is going on is normal.You know you shouldn't be drinking anything through a straw or smoking? The suction can cause a... Read More »
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What can I eat after a wisdom tooth extraction?

Have your meals at the usual time. Eat soft, nutritious foods and drink plenty of liquids - with meals and in between. Have what you wish, but be careful not to disturb the blood clot. Add solid fo... Read More »
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Wisdom tooth extraction ?

It is recommended that you take it easy for a few days. Healing and pain control are much better if you rest. Ask your dentist, but I imagine a week is a good length to hold of on vigorous exercise... Read More »
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