Common symptoms of a dental dry socket include pain typically two days after a tooth has been pulled and a dry-looking opening where the tooth was located, according to WebMD. Additional symptoms of a dry socket may incl... More »

Symptoms of dental dry socket may include pain that worsens and radiates to the ear, a hollow socket where bone is visible instead of a blood clot, and bad breath, according to WebMD. An unpleasant smell or bad taste in ... More »

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A person can know if he or she has dry socket by observing for symptoms, such as severe pain, bad breath and an unpleasant taste in the mouth. The symptoms will likely appear 2 days after the extraction of the tooth. More »

Symptoms of dry socket include pain that develops a couple of days after a tooth extraction, a whitish opening instead of a blood clot and an unpleasant taste and smell in the mouth, according to WebMD. Pain may radiate ... More »

If you develop dry socket after the dental extraction of a permanent adult tooth, the pain generally starts three to four days after the tooth is removed. The most common complication after tooth extraction, especially a... More »

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Dry socket typically occurs about two days after a tooth is extracted, WebMD explains. Once a tooth is pulled, a blood cot forms in its place to protect the bone and nerves hidden underneath. Dry socket, also known as al... More »

Dry socket feels like a steady, throbbing pain in the jaw that appears a few days after having a tooth pulled. This pain may spread to the ears and eyes on the affected side. More »