can you smoke a cigarette after your tooth got pulled?
i want to smoke a cigarette really bad, i got my tooth pulled at like 1:30 and it's still bleeding a little bit but i've been using gauze. if i were to smoke a cigarette while there is gauze putting pressure on the area of where the tooth was pulled, is that okay?
The first and most important physical activity your body must complete is to breathe fresh air into your lungs.
Please tell me why you would want to draw even second-hand smoke into them?
I had three very good smoker friends - they are now all dead!
when my friend had her tooth pulled a month ago the dentist told her she couldnt smoke for 5 days it can cause dry socket which hurts like a SOB. She did good for about 2 days, but when she tried it hurt so she went about 3-4 days without smoking.
I wouldn't because you can get a infection or something and you need to let it heal.
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No don't do it. Wait until the area where the tooth was pulled to heal. In the mean time, it's a good time to quit.
Just Another Hooligan
It could cause you to get "dry socket"; I think that is what it is called...I an under the assumption that it is a pretty painful infection where the tooth has been pulled...Good luck...
No, you will develop a dry socket......and believe me, you DON'T want that !!!