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Extremely red throat 2 weeks after wisdom teeth surgery

Approximately two weeks ago, all four of my wisdom teeth were removed.  The bottom ones were impacted.  Although I don't have any pain, my throat is extremely red and I have a few clear bumps near my throat.  Also, my gums are still red, specially around my bottom second molars. Is this normal or could this be a sign of an infection?  After my surgery, I was prescribed penicillin for one week.
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