Vaping after wisdom teeth removal

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  1. bigt_92

    bigt_92 New Member

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    I got 2 wisdom teeth removed last Friday (it’s been 6 days) and my dentist gave me the all clear on day 3 to go ahead and vape. However I’m finding so many different answers everywhere that I have no idea when it’s ok to do so. I’ve waited this long so far and am not sure if it’s a good idea, yet I’m itching to chuck some clouds lol. Anyone have experience with this?
     
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    I got 2 wisdom teeth removed last Friday (it’s been 6 days) and my dentist gave me the all clear on day 3 to go ahead and vape. However I’m finding so many different answers everywhere that I have no idea when it’s ok to do so. I’ve waited this long so far and am not sure if it’s a good idea, yet I’m itching to chuck some clouds lol. Anyone have experience with this?
     
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    jwill The Great King of Nothing VU Donator Gold Contributor VU Challenge Team Reddit Exile

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    Getting wisdom pulled teeth sucks. Do the mouth half open thing (the one that gives you hiccups if you do it too much). Worked for me although not nowhere near as satisfying. beware of the dry socket if you suck too hard
     
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    PoppaVic Silver Contributor Member For 3 Years

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    Well, I had to have a split molar pulled.. You do NOT want any form of suction in yer mouth as that flesh is healing up - it can cause bleeding and tearing of the healing meat.

    I specifically will NOT tell you NOT to vape thru yer schnoz - Because do or don't yer gonna' get an image that is laughworthy - and still trumps flooding your mouth with clots and blood. ;-P
     
  5. JuicyLucy

    JuicyLucy My name is Lucy and I am a squonkaholic VU Donator Diamond Contributor Member For 2 Years ECF Refugee VU Challenge Team

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    If your dentist says its okay to vape, I highly doubt VU members are more qualified to give advice on this than your dentist, lol

    Just stay extra hydrated (which you should be doing anyway) and you should be fine; if you aren't, stop until you are
     
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    MrScaryZ VU Donator Platinum Contributor Member For 3 Years

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    get some tea bags and put them in the socket it will help stop the bleeding and if you can bear it vape away it will suck and you will lose alot of blood
     
  7. AndriaD

    AndriaD Shine on, you crazy... VU Donator Diamond Contributor Member For 3 Years ECF Refugee

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    And the main thing is, avoid hard suction. If you're into "chucking clouds", that's probably not an issue. I used to smoke after tooth extractions, by cutting half the filters off about half a pk of smokes, so I didn't have to draw so hard on them. By the time the half pk was gone (half a day), the bleeding was over.

    Andria
     
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    When I had my wisdom tooth removal my dentist said I shouldn't smoke for a week. But I started after two weeks. So I think it's better to wait a few days.
     
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    AndriaD Shine on, you crazy... VU Donator Diamond Contributor Member For 3 Years ECF Refugee

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    I always found it hilarious when dentists or docs would say something like that. As if I had the slightest control over whether I smoked or not -- smoking was GOING TO HAPPEN -- I just cut the filters in half so I didn't get the bleeding restarted.

    The only thing that has EVER made it possible to not smoke, is VAPING. So yeah, I'd vape after some dental procedure too... but I'd try to not draw so hard.

    Andria
     

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