There Are Still Hard Parts Inside After Removing Molars?
First, it needs to be ascertained whether the hard part is indeed the rest of the tooth root or not. When extracting a tooth, a blood clot will form on the extracted tooth extraction. If the blood clot is released it can cause dry socket which is marked by pain and a hole in the gums. Dry socket can occur on days 3-5 after revocation. In addition, if post retraction treatment is not good or oral hygiene is not good it can increase the risk of post-infection infection.
If the healing process goes well, generally the pain will improve within a few days, the wound on the gums can heal in 1-2 weeks, while for the bones and tissue around the teeth need more time.
You don't need to worry first. But for the time being I suggest that you return control to the dentist who treats you so that further evaluation can be done to ascertain the condition of your gums. Subsequent treatment will be adjusted to the results of the examination. It is possible that your complaint is not because of the remaining roots. If there are any remaining roots, the doctor will pull out the remaining roots, if necessary by opening a small part of the gum to facilitate extraction.
Hope it helps you,