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Hello i got my wisdom tooth extracted on 23rd january 2016. Its been almost a week now n i dont feel much pain or irritation. So can i start drinking and smoking now or should i wait for some more time.
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Hi u shudnt smoke and drink ever, apart from this as a week is over wait for some more time to prevent any secondary infection cause alcohol and smoke both wil delay ur healing, best of luck take care
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Smoking and alcohol can delay your healing process.. Healing below your gums can go on fr upto a month. So its advisable to wait fr some time to avoid further problems in your healing socket.
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No Dear, there is infection present in that area. don't worry come to my clinic.
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For the first 48 hrs after tooth removal it is advised to avoid smoking and alcohol because it interfears with blood clotting and wound healing, after a week it is ok.but since u hv stopped better to continue in the interest of good health
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