Yes you can, wisdom is not required.
it is not, but you get nosebleeds from the type of blood you have
No, having migraines for 5 days in a row is not normal at all after having your wisdom teeth pulled. You should contact the dentist right away.
i wouldn't smoke at all.
You do not necessarily have to have your wisdom teeth pulled if your mouth is big enough to fit them. In some cases, the teeth will be fine but in other cases they will grow in a manner that causes damage to your bite or causes the bite to become misaligned.
Yes, you can continue taking your birth control pills after you have had your wisdom teeth pulled. These do not interfere with the procedure or other medications you might end up taking for pain.
No...but you wouldn't care
At least 24hrs
We don't know the details of your extraction. Ask your dentist.
about a week to a week in a half depending on your pain tolerance
sure thing! just put it in the blender first.
5 - 10 days after being taken out.
Immediately, if you like. Just don't run the shower water into your mouth.
You should at least wait 5 hours to dip.
You're going to want to wait for the incisions to heal. Trust me on this one.
Normally, the wisdom teeth--if present--will be pulled. One hopes to retain the molars for life.
For me, they put my braces on, not putting brackets on the ones being pulled, they few months later they pulled out the 4 wisdom teeth.
Getting your wisdom teeth removed can be quite painful. You can drink juice after having them removed so long as you don't use a straw.
Yes, you can be in pain for days, even weeks afterward.
A sinus infection is normally located in the maxillary sinus cavity, which would, in the ordinary course of things, not be related to having a wisdom tooth pulled. You would have to consult your oral surgeon to see whether he or she would decide upon an extraction of your wisdom tooth. I doubt that it would be a problem. You (and your oral surgeon) would only be concerned about the parietal and/or maxillary nerves close to your wisdom tooth --- and your sinus cavity is not. Regards, Jim.