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Cheeks swelling after wisdomtooth remove
I got my impacted wisdom tooth surgery last two days back.i have two sutures inside wihich will removed by next week.Currenyky I am under medication for same but I have got bit swelling on cheek of the operated site dr told it will reside slowly with 3-4 days still I am bit concerned for it I am doing icing too.But still wanted to take advice regarding for how many days it remains and it will not affect my facial apperance.
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Dear practo user Your problem will subside in a few days, no need to worry. Use warm salt water rinses regularly and stop ice packs
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Hello,its very common to get swelling after removal of impacted tooth .Need not worry it will take almost 5 to 7 days to subside . U need to take medications as prescribed  by ur dentist for 5 days and keep on applying ice .it will  subside gradually.
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