I had my wisdom teeth taken out in May, and my mouth has been hurting ever since. For a while, the gum on the left side of my mouth wasn't healing so the dentist gave me some antibiotics. Since then, I have felt like my face is uneven and my tongue doesn't fit into my mouth properly. My mouth tends to stick to the roof of my mouth or to the left side of my mouth, such that a bit of a sucking noise occurs when I move it. When I sleep, my mouth gets really dry and my tongue sticks even more. Also, when I floss my teeth or use mouthwash, it gets even worse. Any ideas on what the problem could be? I'm having a lot of trouble sleeping because of this.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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