Gum is detached from first molar

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  1. bsilver

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    Hello,

    I had 4 wisdom teeth extracted last week. The bottom ones were impacted. Now that I am able to eat normally again, I've noticed that the gum between the bottom right molar has become detached. Whenever I eat, the gum gets pushed down and food gets stuck inside it. Will this attach itself again over some time, or do I need to go back to get this taken care of? Appreciate any feedback on this. Thanks!
     
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    bsilver, Oct 13, 2012
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