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It is extremely unlikely that a leaky or clogged nose has anything to do with a wisdom tooth extraction.
It is more likely that you have a coincidental upper respiratory tract infection. Are you taking any antibiotics ? If no, please ask for a prescription from your physician or dentist. And also take a decongestant tablet for 4-5 days to clear up the nasal issue.
Also, please return to your dentist so that a X ray can be made to check if everything is ok with the extraction socket.
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Absolutely incorrect. A 3rd molar can often have a sinus communication and the drainage of the maxillary sinus is the nasal cavity.