The Bleeding Doesn’t Stop After Removing The Molars?
..the lower molar on your right side was just pulled 3 hours ago, but the blood is still bleeding, huh … can you change the cotton every 15 minutes because it’s uncomfortable if you have to wait 1 hour to replace a new cotton.
Is suturing the molars extracted or not? After the tooth extraction is done, it is natural if there is bleeding. The length of bleeding can be up to 24 hours depending on the tooth being extracted (molars usually take longer), the treatment given, the medications the patient took before extraction, and the patient's medical history (for example, blood clotting disorders).
For now you can do the following tips:
Bite the cotton lightly, don't bite too hard. Change the cotton when it is uncomfortable. Cold compress, or drink cold water to help stop bleeding. Try not to chew with gums that are still bleeding first. freeze does not come off again Keep the head position higher than the heart Avoid smoking, and delay the consumption of hot food Take medicines given by the dentist If it has been more than 24 hours but the bleeding is still very much, I suggest that you first control it to a dentist who take care of you so that you can re-evaluate and control the bleeding more optimally.
Hope it can help you,