Do you bleed a lot after having dental surgery ?
My dentist told me I need two teeth in the back surgically cut out and removed . How much blood is lost after that? One of my worst fears is bleeding to death , so I just need some answers to help me calm down before I go .
- TavyLv 710 months agoFavorite Answer
Most probably the sockets will be stitched, so no bleeding.
- RinkydinkLv 78 months ago
I had a full upper denture at 22 curtesy of the USN. 85 now and never a probLem.
- PatriciaLv 710 months ago
You aren't going to bleed to death after oral surgery.
- k wLv 710 months ago
I increased my vit-C-complex to 12 grams a day ans increased the health of my gums, just sayin......
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- Anonymous10 months ago
Dont worry about that, this is something that is done all the time. Its not like this is some new unproven thing, its pretty standard.
- kelvinLv 710 months ago
you will not bleed to death from that
- KazLv 710 months ago
Unless you're on blood thinners or you're a hemophiliac, you shouldn't have to worry about bleeding to death. (Don't take any aspirin or ibuprofen before they're removed). If you do as the doctor says, it should clot just fine, and after a few days starting to heal. Good luck.
- KyleLv 710 months ago
there will probably be some. but it will be contained. you'll be fine. even if you've been to this dentist before, it doesn't hurt (no pun intended) to see another dentist and get a second opinion. as long as they are in your insurance, any fees should be very similar.