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Old 07-06-2018, 07:52 PM   #1
Somnia
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Default Bad Breath - Bone Graft

Hello!

I had my left 2 wisdom teeth taken out on Friday 6/29 and #30 was extracted and a bone graft put in. My pain is pretty much gone at this point (just some discomfort and I can "feel" the areas sometimes but no pain at all.

However my I don't personally smell it, but my mom was able to smell bad odor when she got close to me (she was looking at my bone graft spot as I had a question for her) and she said it smelled bad. She said it smelled like if you get dental work done, best way she could describe it.

Is it normal to have odor like this?

I visited my OS on Thursday 7/5 he said everything looked good, no signs of infection and took the stitches out of the bone graft area. I did notice there is some redness in the bone graft area near the tooth behind and tooth in front of the bone graft and I feel like the amount of bone graft is less than when I got it put in.

Sorry mainly about the odor, but thought I'd mention the above also.

Thanks in advance!
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