You can eat after having your wisdom teeth removed, but you should eat food that aren't crunchy, such as mashed potatoes, pudding, and milkshakes.
After 3 hours you can eat solid food
They need to be extracted, your jawline does not have enough room for your wisdom teeth and therefore behind your wisdom teeth, food is getting trapped and pus is oozing. Go to the dentist soon.
Probably because it bothers ur nerves.
You should have no food or water 6 hours prior to surgery if you are having anesthetic.
get it out
Yes you should be able to but give your teeth time to ajust before eating. EDIT: After having your wisdom teeth removed, it is advised that you wait to eat solid foods for a while. This period can be as little as 24 hours from the procedure for up to two weeks depending on how the procedure was done, how many teeth were removed, and how quickly you recover. I recommend you speak to your dentist about how long you will need to wait to eat solid food again.
i had surgey on tuesday when can go back regular food it been four days now
I just got my wisdome teeth out Monday(it is now Friday) and what I have found works bet is pudding, jello, mashed potatoes and TONS of gatorade!
Long ago it was thought that the probable function of your wisdom teeth was to enable the chewing of rough food. However, it would appear that evolution has rendered the wisdom teeth to be pointless and no longer serves a purpose.
nothing.... its just food and your wisdom teeth aren't any different when it comes to food... i am a dentist in Austin Tx
I lost 15 pounds from getting my wisdom teeth removed. I did have complications that most won't face though (I couldn't open my mouth wide enough to fit food in for about 3 weeks).
Wisdom teeth grow just like all other teeth, to provide a way of breaking down food for consumption. They are delayed a few years to allow the mouth to fully grow and other teeth to settle.
About a week.
You can eat solid foods just a few days after wisdom teeth extraction. 6 days is enough time for the initial healing process. Food might get stuck in the holes where your wisdom teeth were, but you can rinse with water and salt to help clean them.
no you should seek medical advice.
after removing wisdom tooth there is no hard n fast rule about eating but for precossion just after removing the same must not eat any hot can eat cold things i.e. icecream,juice,cold milk,even any type of food less spicyafter getting cold
I wouldn't recommend doing that. After your wisdom teeth are taken out, you should eat soft food, like, applesauce, pudding, etc. Ask your dentist for more details.
I had chinese food the day of my wisdom tooth pulled...but I only got one done. The top right one, and I lightly rinsed my mouth after i ate.
yes you can since pasta isn't a hard food!!
yes it is normal for your teeth to form like that. but ask a dentist soon so that you would know what would be the best way to get your teeth back in position. keeping your teeth in that position may have difficulty in eating and chewing cos the food keeps getting stuck between teeth.
Ask your dentist he/she will know when it is the right time to eat spicy food.
Usually, absolutely not you shouldn't have your cat's teeth removed. If there's a medical condition with them, you should see the vet about it. If your cat didn't/doesn't have teeth, well, yeah, you're going to have to buy them soft food because obviously they can't chew the dry food without teeth.
Anthropologists believe wisdom teeth, or the third set of molars, were the evolutionary answer to our ancestor's early diet of coarse, rough food - like leaves, roots, nuts and meats - which required more chewing power and resulted in excessive wear of the teeth. The modern diet with its softer foods, along with marvels of modern technologies such as forks, spoons and knives, has made the need for wisdom teeth nonexistent. As a result, evolutionary biologists now classify wisdom teeth as vestigial organs, or body parts that have become functionless due to evolution. Because human jaws have become smaller throughout evolutionary history, when wisdom teeth form they often become impacted, or blocked, by the other teeth around them. Also, if the tooth partially erupts, food can get trapped in the gum tissue surrounding it, which can lead to bacteria growth and, possibly, a serious infection.
Anthropologists believe wisdom teeth, or the third set of molars, were the evolutionary answer to our ancestor's early diet of coarse, rough food - like leaves, roots, nuts and meats - which required more chewing power and resulted in excessive wear of the teeth. The modern diet with its softer foods, along with marvels of modern technologies such as forks, spoons and knives, has made the need for wisdom teeth nonexistent. As a result, evolutionary biologists now classify wisdom teeth as vestigial organs, or body parts that have become functionless due to evolution.