WHO Poll
Q: 2022/23 Moyes In or Moyes Out
Moyes In
16%
  
Moyes Out
84%
  



Sydney_Iron 11:36 Thu Sep 8
Dry Socket Tooth Ache
Had to have a wisdom tooth taken out, Dentist said at the time it did not bleed enough and would maybe not form the required blood clot so I may develop dry socket!!! And fuck me I have, this is tooth ache on steroids.

Not a lot you can do about it, just let it take its time to heal the exposed bone, about 10 days they reckon, got some pretty heavy duty meds but its still not getting rid of all the pain.

Any tips to ease the pain?

Replies - Newest Posts First (Show In Chronological Order)

Hermit Road 2:55 Thu Sep 8
Re: Dry Socket Tooth Ache
If you lack the dexterity and/or length to wipe your own knob on it, perhaps you could find someone kind enough to help out by offering to wipe their knob on it. The dentist maybe?

joe royal 1:10 Thu Sep 8
Re: Dry Socket Tooth Ache
Vodka and DF110’s

Mike Oxsaw 12:05 Thu Sep 8
Re: Dry Socket Tooth Ache
As Tanglefoot states, Oil of Cloves may help?

SecondOpinion 12:02 Thu Sep 8
Re: Dry Socket Tooth Ache
Bonjella for adults

Tanglefoot 12:00 Thu Sep 8
Re: Dry Socket Tooth Ache
I had this a few years back, was horrendous! I got some clove oil from Boots which relieved the pain a bit and helped.

Nurse Ratched 11:51 Thu Sep 8
Re: Dry Socket Tooth Ache
Your dentist sounds like a lazy git.

They can either cut the wound again to try and create another blood clot, or they could pack the cavity with that tobacco-like stuff to ease pain/reduce exposure.

Lee Trundle 11:38 Thu Sep 8
Re: Dry Socket Tooth Ache
I feel for you. I've only had tooth ache/pain once in my life, but it's completely miserable.

Try lube for your dry socket.





Copyright 2006 WHO.NET | Powered by: