If your marijuana is prescribed, please redirect your inquiry to your doctor, who will evaluate your circumstances and make a professional recommendation.
It would be to your advantage to not smoke pot at all for AT LEAST 48 hours following a tooth extraction. The longer you can go without smoking (pot or cigarettes), the better. Smoking can interfere with the healing process after an extraction and cause a very VERY painful condition called "dry socket", which, trust me, you DO NOT want.
If you do wind up smoking, try to keep it to a minimum, and inhale (hit) as lightly as possible. The suction caused by inhaling smoke from a joint or cigarette can dislodge the blood clot that forms where a tooth has been pulled leading to the aforementioned dreadful dry socket. The chemicals produced by smoke can also interfere with, or slow down, the healing process. I'd also avoid smoking out of a bong, since I read somewhere that water-pipe smokers are more likely to develop dry-socket. This is only a guess, but I'd say you're best bet would be to receive a (very forceful) shotgun from a friend, and inhale with your throat, rather than your mouth. That would at least avoid the "suction" issue.
Good luck, and be careful.
i got my wisdom teeth out at 9 am on Friday and i used a straw to smoke pot at 3 am Saturday morning (18 hours later) and i did not get dry socket. take a straw and cut off the bending part (don't want any smoke to escape) and then cut a small slit in one end of the straw no more then a centimetre. roll a joint or blunt and put it into the end of the straw with the slit, put the straw to the very back of your mouth and exhale from your nose, i did this and did not get dry socket, but i did get stoned
No...but you wouldn't care
Now that would not be wise. Your not supposed to smoke anything for at least a week after getting your wisdom teeth pulled out.
i wouldn't smoke at all.
Marijuana can inhibit testosterone producing ability. It is therefore not ok to smoke at any time.
After having teeth pulled, one should refrain from smoking anything, including marijuana, until the site is fully healed. Not waiting heightens the risk of infection in the mouth and gums.
The question is not can you smoke marijuana while having poison sumac, but WHY are you asking if you can smoke marijuana while having poison sumac? That is the question.
5 - 10 days after being taken out.
It takes 6 months for you to smoke them cigars.
I just had two teeth pulled and my denist said 4 days till I can smoke
you get hungry.
yes you can
The answer To that one is a big NO NO NO! During the first day/days of getting yourwisdom teeth pulled that is an Absolute NO NO! Smoking on the first couple days of getting your wisdom teeth pulled is a very high risk of infection. Toxic Smoke gets into the Blood Clot and can infect it really bad. Then you would need to go back to the Oral Surgeon and get more shots. So make wise decisions and take care of your self.
3 hours to 4
A common complication after having wisdom teeth pulled is called dry socket. This is when the clots that have formed in the holes where the wisdom teeth were come out. The most common cause for this would be suction. Therefore, for a short period of time after the extraction, the dentist or oral surgeon would ask the patient to not do such things as drink through a straw, smoke, or do other things that involve creating suction in the mouth.
NEVER! you shouldn't be smoking at all!
in 3 years time
This procedure would not have an effect on whether or not you can smoke. You can smoke anything right after its done.
The chances are it will ease your pain! Go for it!
yeah, I was told not to smoke for the first 24 hours
yes. it wont hurt you it just wont help you.
A person decides to smoke marijuana when they are offered it, have an opportunity to buy and smoke it, or when they have an urge to smoke marijuana.
no. it may lower your sperm count
Never! Why do you want to ruin your teeth anyway..
nicotine will stop process of healing and probably start bleeding