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Is it save to smoke

I have under gone I teeth surgery on 11/05/2016 Teeth was removed from the gums teeth was inside horizontally above my teeths Is it save to smoke
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Dr. M. R. Pujari
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Hi..don't smoke for four to five days, otherwise it will cause dry socket. Regards
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Dr. Nishant Gupta
Dentist 12 yrs exp Jaipur
Hi! Smoking in this situation might lead to a condition known as dry socket, which causes severe pain and delay the healing of wound. Thus I would advice you to avoid smoking.
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Dr. Vasavi.A
Dentist 12 yrs exp Bangalore
Hello. It's better you don't smoke for a week as increased oral temperature will hamper the healing process
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