Are The Dangers Of Loose Impaction Operating Thread Alone?
, 3 days ago I had an impacted tooth surgery. On the third day the thread loosened on its own, so I felt aches and pains in the area where it was operated on. And I looked at the gum holes that had been cut off in white. Is a danger
Thank you for the question.
The loss of threads on the former impacted tooth surgery can indeed trigger symptoms of severe inflammation. Not only pain, you can also experience bleeding, swelling, jaw stiffness, and difficulty in eating and talking. White areas in the former operation may occur due to dry socket, ie failure to form or release of blood clots in the former operation. Or, it might also indicate that the white area of an infection that triggers the formation of pus in your former operation.
Your condition should be checked immediately by a dentist or oral surgery specialist who operated before to avoid protracted and trigger more severe complications. Depending on the condition of your former surgery, your doctor may later do a suturing, give you medicine, clean the remaining dead tissue, or maybe also perform other therapeutic modalities.
As a preliminary treatment for you:
Relieve pain by taking paracetamol
Eat first food that is easy to swallow, like porridge, juice
Don't gargle or spit too hard
Don't brush your teeth too hard
Get plenty of rest, not just lifting heavy loads or doing other tiring activities
Hope this helps ...