The recovery time can depend on how you had them out, whether it was under general anthestic in a hospital or in the dentist's office.
Once you have had them removed, you need to be careful not to eat really hot or really cold foods for a couple of days. You need to keep the wound clean (rinse you mouth with warm salted water four times a day) and try not to chew any food with that part of your mouth.
The wound will feel tender for a week, and the gap will close over within two months.
If you go to hospital, you should take the following day off from work as you may be a little dozey. You will have some swelling around the area which should go away within a couple of days.
After a very tough surgery, a patient can feel discomfort for one or two weeks. But if there was no complications, the patient can feel comfortable with no pain as soon as the next day.
As long as you want to.
Well I'm getting 6 removed and they say I should miss 3 or 4 days of school depending on how recovery is going.
Usually 5-7 days
Wait at least 4 days in case you get a dry socket.
i would suggest after your off the pain medication or any anti-biotics you could be on
Wisdom teeth removal results in holes in each of the extracted tooth sockets. These holes take several weeks to completely close. Although using snuff is a bad idea in general, it would be wisest to not use the product at all until the holes have closed completely.
Dentists will usually tell you you'll need to get your wisdom teeth out before that happens.
A few days
from about 6 months to a year
After I removed two of my wisdom teeth I stayed home for at least 1 week
I don't see why you cant drive after having you wisdom teeth cut out.
To completely heal the tissue will take around 3-4 weeks or about a month the bone can take up to 6 months.
it's depend on you. If you have healthy teeth...you will do better in a week.
Usually, wisdom teeth began to hurt in middle school or early high school. Some people have a wide enough jaw that their wisdom teeth emerge with no trouble. However, most people don't have room for wisdom teeth to grow in. In this case, it is painful when the wisdom teeth try to emerge, and you will need to have your wisdom teeth removed via oral surgery.
If you remove your gauze and you let the air hit it over night your probably going to get a blood clot
There are various factors to consider when it comes to resuming sports activity after removal of wisdom teeth, such as how many you've had removed and how difficult it was to remove them. The average waiting time for resuming sports however, is between 7 and 10 days.
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.
So long as they're healthy and not causing problems with your jaw, there's no need to have wisdom teeth removed. Everyone's teeth are different, so any decision to keep or remove wisdom teeth should be made in conjunction with your dentist and/or orthodontist.
Since you would have had a local anesthetic for the removal (most probably) you should wait until the numbness is gone, otherwise you might accidentally bite your cheek and not feel it. Otherwise, you are free to chew.
About six weeks to a month
Depends on the problem.