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Topic Title: food in wisdom teeth holes
Created On: 01/22/2009 03:15 PM
 
 11/14/2017 06:34 PM

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varana

<p>&#160;The best option is to use a salt water rinse and swish it around your mouth until it is removed. Be gentle not to dislodge any blood clots. Or&#160;try rinsing with common wormwood tea or even place a small drop of aloe gel near the area.<strong class="whb">[br]</p>
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 08/11/2016 03:24 AM

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don098

<p>&#160;My cousin had this issue. He used toothpicks. He had severe pain at times. He had teeth that should have been gone at the age of 12 which did not go and a teeth growth was found in the same place next to that. Now it is like, the food particles get accumulated between these two teeth and he is having severe pain . So his dentist has asked to remove those teeth or use toothpicks soon after having anything so as to avoid food particles getting accumulated between &#160;them</p>
 09/03/2014 06:35 PM

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AllanW

<p>I heard a story the other day about a guy whose wisdom teeth wounds had in some way breached the sinus cavity and he had mucas dripping into his mouth through the wisdom teeth holes. Just thinking about it makes me shudder. So gross. He went to the doctor though and they said it was fine and just to rinse out his mouth every once in awhile. </p>
 09/01/2014 01:04 AM

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varana

<p>Just rinse it with plain water since you've just done your surgery.</p>
 11/25/2013 06:09 AM

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harry_lloyd

<p>It is true that never use toothpicj beacsue it can be danderous for your teeth gums. There are many other ways like taking juices and water to remove this issue. I know many dentists in Diamond Bar who are good professionals and if you have swear issue then they will guide you properly and you can visit them for cheap treatment. You can directly call or set an appointment for you.</p>
 11/18/2013 11:29 PM

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smithdavidus

<p>Here are three ways to get rid of food stuck in the empty sockets:</p>
<p>1. Rince with the salt water.</p>
<p>2. Plastic syringe.</p>
<p>3. Water pick.</p>
<p>Never use a toothpick or dental floss because you only succeed in increasing the chances of getting infected by aggravating the gum surface.[/size]</p>
 10/25/2013 07:01 AM

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harry_lloyd

I liked the information taht you shared. It is useful for patients who are having mollar problems as well. There are several ways to remove this pain and getting rid of it but I found that the tips from Dr. Asha are really useful and she is also providing free consultation services regarding teeth whitening and invisalign.
 10/04/2013 07:55 AM

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harry_lloyd

Depp cleaning of your tooth will be useful for you. You have to find a good dentist so that he could fill the holes and give you proper medicine. Keep in your mind that dentist should be a good professional otherwise you can also face problems in future. I know some good [url=http://www.gurzdental.com/]dentists in Diamond Bar[/url] and nearby areas who are providing free consultation services. If you want then I will set an appointment for you.
 01/20/2010 11:51 AM

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amontemayor

[p]When I had all four of my wisdom teeth extracted, food would get stuck in those holes all the time. My oral surgeon gave me this tube with a needle like tip where you can push the warm water through into the sockets. But you have to be careful because if you push the water out to fast it could irritate the socket, so just be as gentle as possible. I know its hard to get the fragments of food out, but just be caureful of what you eat. [/p]
 01/04/2010 01:16 PM

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Nuboston

[p]I agree, warm salt water really helps with cleaning the holes, as it does take time for those holes to be filled. I had my four wisdom teeth extracted, most of my problems were with the lower teeth rather than the upper ones.[/p]

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