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Concerns about dry sockets

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Posted by: adampk89  (7 years ago)
I had my bottom left and top left wisdom teeth removed on Thursday December 12, 2012, it's been 3 days now and I've noticed that the bottom left socket maybe missing the blood clot any kind of reassurance that its not a dry socket would be awesome. The pain is not really bad, which leads me to believe its not a dry socket, but the blood clot is small and the hole is deep, is that Noramal. FYI I can't post picture from my iPad.
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I had my bottom left and top left wisdom teeth removed on Thursday December 12, 2012, it's been 3 days now and I've noticed that the bottom left socket maybe missing the blood clot any kind of reassurance that its not a dry socket would be awesome. The pain is not really bad, which leads me to believe its not a dry socket, but the blood clot is small and the hole is deep, is that Noramal. FYI I can't post picture from my iPad.


You know if it is a dry socket because they hurt like Hell and no pain relievers stop the pain. If that situation does not describe your condition, you have no need to worry.
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