I had my right rear wisdom tooth pulled in dec.2009
It was in bad shape.There was hardly any blood,I thought I
was doin real good.That was on wed.12-9-09 on fri.I started
gettin a bitter,bitter taste comin from the hole.By sat.I was in
pain.I went to E.R. got antibiotics& pain pills...Iwent back to
the dentist twice to get the hole cleaned & packed,more pain
pills....Christmas Holiday things seemed like it was goin good.
Well now we are in Jan. & Ive got this @ 1st I called it a bubble
but its kinda like a cyst-bubble w/somethin in it,comin up & out
of the hole.No pain but its growin & I know,dread,am scared that
I will have to go back for more work.Has any one ever heard of this
happin? I do have an appt on mon.w/the dentist1-25-10.
For any imput
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