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Tips To Recover From Wisdom Teeth Removal

Wisdom teeth, also known as third molars, are located on either side of your upper and lower jaw. Every year, five million people in the United States spent $3 billion for the removal of wisdom teeth. Dentists usually recommend people to remove wisdom teeth if they are at a risk of causing an infection, which results in inflammation of your gums and fever. The process of removing wisdom teeth is not painful nor long. You are sedated throughout the process because of which there is no pain. Different people react differently to the surgery. Most people do not feel any kind of pain after the surgery. However, some people do experience pain and other problems like swelling. Keeping these in min

5 Foods to Eat After You’ve Had Your Wisdom Teeth Removed

Every year, approximately five million people get their wisdom teeth removed. They spend around $3 billion for removal of the teeth. Dentists usually recommend patients get their teeth removed in the event that it runs the risk of an infection, which causes swelling in your gums and fever. The surgical process is not very painful however; some people do face issues post surgery. Some of the problems include swelling and bleeding. In order to prevent these problems, it is recommended that these patients avoid eating foods that leave behind particles in the extraction point and dislodge the stitching. Here is a list of food that you can eat after you have your wisdom tooth removed: Ice cream I