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Suggest treatment for sensitivity and pain after wisdom tooth removal

hi i am 35 years old and got my wisdom tooth removed two weeks ago,three days after the surgery got pain and hypersensitivity in the two adjacent molars still persisting kindly tell me is it normal, swlling has gone completely.on 7 day doctor said that it could be due to dry soket and put alvogyl thrice but with that though the pain went away but the ensitivity still persisted and i hav a little pain around taht area, kindly tell me is it normal or i have to go back to the dr.
Mon, 4 Aug 2014
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Hi,
Thanks for posting the query,

I would like to tell you that wisdom tooth removal is often associated with pain, swelling, fever., you just follow the post extraction instructions given to you properly and it will subside after some times by its own, take complete course of antibiotics and analgesics, take lukewarm saline and antiseptic mouthwash rinses.

Take care!
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Suggest treatment for sensitivity and pain after wisdom tooth removal

Hi, Thanks for posting the query, I would like to tell you that wisdom tooth removal is often associated with pain, swelling, fever., you just follow the post extraction instructions given to you properly and it will subside after some times by its own, take complete course of antibiotics and analgesics, take lukewarm saline and antiseptic mouthwash rinses. Take care!