Why does the problem of mouth ulcer occur after tooth extraction?

1. Why does the problem of mouth ulcer occur after tooth extraction?


written by,Mudassar Hassan|
|latest update 25,December 2021

Dental problems don’t seem like a big deal as long as you don’t have problems eating or drinking. Often people ignore the problem of teeth and then later they have to face a big problem due to this. I had a tooth extraction a year ago. The reason was an infection in the wisdom tooth. Although having or not having a wisdom tooth doesn’t matter much, but if your wisdom tooth has arrived, it needs more cleaning. If you fail to do so, the tooth will become infected and you may need tooth extraction. Often people have to face tooth extraction due to infection in the wisdom teeth or wisdom teeth. The process of removing a tooth is called tooth extraction. During this, you are given anesthesia, due to which pain is not felt, but after that you may have to face some problems. Today, through this article, we will give you information about the problem of Mouth Ulcers Post Tooth Extraction after tooth extraction.
2. Mouth ulcers due to dry socket

 When the extraction site does not heal completely or the wound does not heal completely, it can also cause ulcers in the mouth. After extraction, there may be a problem of blood clot at this place. If the site of the extraction has not healed or if water or a hot drink is causing problems with your teeth, then you should inform the dentist about this. The wound heals up to a week after tooth extraction. If the tooth was heavily pressed, the wound may take longer to heal. At the same time, the problem of ulcer gets cured in seven to ten days. The doctor will give you a gel for mouth ulcers, then applied daily over the chickpeas. If your mouth ulcers are not getting better even after seven to 10 days, then you should talk to your doctor in this regard.
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 The problem of ulcers in the mouth can also happen due to these reasons.
 It is difficult to say what causes ulcers in the mouth. There are certain triggers that can cause mouth ulcers. Learn about mouth ulcer triggers.
  •  minor mouth injury
  •  Toothpaste containing sodium lauryl sulfate
  •  Consumption of citrus fruits like pineapple, strawberry etc.
  •  Deficiency of Vitamin B12, Zinc, Folate etc.
  •  Allergic response to mouth bacteria
  •  Dental braces
  •  hormonal changes during periods
  •  emotional stress
  •  sleep deprivation
  •  bacterial, viral, or fungal infections
  •  There is a problem of blisters after tooth extraction, then follow these measures
  •  Rinse with saltwater and baking soda.
  •  Use milk of magnesia in mouth ulcers.
  •  You can use baking soda paste for mouth ulcers.
  •  Using over-the-counter Benzocaine to relieve mouth ulcers.
  •  You put an ice pack on the mouth ulcers for some time. By doing this you will get relief.
  •  Tea bags can also be used for some time in mouth ulcers.
  •  If you have mouth ulcers, do not make the mistake of eating spicy food at all. Try to take a liquid diet in this case.
  •  Avoid acidic fruits like pineapple, grapes, orange, lemon etc.
  •  Be careful while chewing food so that your ulcers do not get disturbed.
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If there is any kind of problem in the teeth, then it should not be ignored. If you do not treat the infection, then pus ie pus starts coming around the teeth. This pus also starts going into the body through spit. The infection progresses gradually and your body is more likely to do more damage. After tooth extraction, the problem of ulcer gets cured on its own. If it is not good, then you can also get information about this from the doctor. If you need more information about this, it is better that you definitely ask your dentist. You can visit Hello Health’s website for more health related information. If you have any questions, you can ask questions in the comment box and share with other people in Hello Health’s Facebook page.