Don't blow your nose. Use a decongestant spray like otravine, painkillers if you need them and go back to the dentist as an emergency in the morning. The roots of the teeth might have been in your sinus (normal) and a communication created between your mouth and sinus (common, hard to prevent). Your dentist can check for this. Often the only treatment required is antibiotics and it heals by itself. Occasionally a small surgical procedure is required.
FGS. I'm not very sure of your dentist! White stuff (which is what he called candida) can be totally normal on a recent socket. You don't suddenly get candida over night on a new extraction site in a healthy adult. And if you had candida severe enough to leave a white coating it needs treatment!
Oh. Are you getting drinks coming out of your nose when you drink? Or smoke if you are a smoker? If you hold your nose and blow like you are clearing your ears on a plane, can you feel pressure or does it escape into your mouth?
If the answer to these is all no that's good news. If not go to dentist or a&e.
If there's still bleeding don't spit it out, swallow. It will help preserve the healing clot.
If you have pain that's getting worse not better or a foul rotting taste or smell, back to dentist or a&e.
Thank you bonzo ,happily the answer is no to all above .
But ummm I still don't understand about the mucus heavily loaded with blood that comes out of my nose . Bur assume you'd have said if this was a sign of something in need of attention .
I'm due to start chemo this coming Tuesday ,which is why I had the teeth out really as I was worried about on going infection . They'll do blood tests before they start to check I'm ok and I don't suppose this will put it back too much .
But I hope it doesn't and it's why I'm concerned to get it sorted .
I suppose it's possible that the lining of the sinus was damaged but not enough to cause a communication (hole in it). it's definitely better to get them sorted before any treatment so well done and if you're stressed, worried or feeling .
I second bonzo, your dentist sounds a bit ref candida...
I feel a bit about having both molars out - nothing on that side there at all now to chew on .
Was prepared for one but dentist felt xray showed that the one next to it had died . Said it was up to me ....and I agreed to have it out because I've had soo much trouble in that area and dentist said if left in it was a risk it could flare up .
But was all very rushed . Dentist had double booked himself in order to do it quickly for me .
Oh well ,all a bit new and difficult to avoid feeling at moment . I'm sure it'll subside .