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 Smoking after wisdom teeth removal?

Answer Bad idea. You need to let your gums recover and the stitches heal.
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What is the surgery like for removal of extra impacted wisdom teeth behind wisdom teeth that are already present?

It is very unusual to have two sets of wisdom teeth - are you sure? Removal is only required if problems occur and the teeth do not erupt normally. After surgery, there is commonly pain, swelling, ... Read More »
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Smoking after having your wisdom teeth out....?

Hi the recommended time to wait to smoke after an extraction is 24hrs! The reason you shouldn't smoke is b/c of the sucking action, which can pull the blood clot out giving you an infection call dr... Read More »
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How will smoking affect my extracted wisdom teeth?

Smoking is always horrible for your health. If in fact your wisdom teeth have been extracted, they may finally be distanced from the smoke and will not become any yellower, or stained.Do your body ... Read More »
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Wisdom Teeth Removal?

A grill cheese sandwich is somewhat hard to chew on. I would suggest waiting until the first week is over and then start eating the sandwich. Typically you're supposed to wait until it's fully heal... Read More »
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