Wisdom teeth pain -bone fragments and giant holes still
I had my lower wisdom teeth out a month ago in two days. The right one has a white piece sticking out which I can only assume is bone fragments coming out and the hole is massive still. The left side which was very hard to remove, I was awake and felt that one, due to I am on Fentenyl patch and have a high tolerence for meds. Is so sore, it hurts to touch my face lightly. Which I can imagine is because of the food that got in these massive holes. I have fibromyalgia as one of my disabilities and I don't heal fast and am very prone to infection. He won't give me antibiotics until I come in in four days.
I have no feeling in my chin and my left side of my bottom lip. My front bottom teeth hurt sooooo bad, like some is squeezing them together with a vice grip. It hurts to touch my left jaw lightly.
Should I have big holes still? Stitches to late? Does my jaw hurt from infection do you think? Do you think that my case sound permanent?
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