Sangakdong perforation symptoms after removing wisdom teeth
Q: I’m a woman in my mid-30s. I got perforation symptoms in Sangak-dong after I got my wisdom teeth removed today. The hospital told me not to sneeze loudly. They say don’t blow your nose too hard. Is there anything else I should be careful about? I’m at a loss because I didn’t hear the explanation that this would happen, and I didn’t hear the details even after perforation.
I’m going to use mouthwash when I brush my teeth because of my wisdom tooth pulled out, but it feels like it’s going into the perforated area. And when I eat, it feels like air goes in and out of the hole. Is this all normal? If I tilt my head back, I think the blood pool is coming out of the hole, but I don’t know if it’s okay.
A: Many sangak dongs have developed underneath, and the roots of the upper molar often go into ivory. At this time, it is natural for the molars to cause perforation in Sangak-dong.
Usually, new tissue is filled up where the teeth are removed. However, if there is an inflammation at the foot, the perforation remains. In this case, you need to fill in the perforated area. You should visit the dentist regularly to see if the perforation is filled.