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I have problems with my teeth. I was in pain for two days during the weekend. When I went to a dentist he told me that he must remove it. I don't like to lose teeth but I had no choice. It was rather painful. After that I had some complications and dentist told me that I have dry socket complications. What will happen to me?

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Dry socket can cause a various types of complications. The pain is the most common. Also it can influence on your healing process. It will delay the healing process. Your tissue needs two or three weeks to get back to normal and with dry sockets this period of time can even double. Try to use tetracycline it may help you.
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