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Doctor insights on: Does Alcohol Make Your Teeth Hurt

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What can cause my bottom back teeth to hurt so much after drinking certain alcohol?

What can cause my bottom back teeth to hurt so much after drinking certain alcohol?

Compromised Enamel: Appears you either have a broken down old restoration or new cavities. Could even be a cracked tooth. All need to be seen, evaluated, and treated by your dentist. ...Read more

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Mouth (mouth) " n. Pl. Mouths 1. A. The body opening through which an animal takes in food. B. The cavity lying at the upper end of the alimentary canal, bounded on the outside by the lips and inside by the oropharynx and containing in higher vertebrates the tongue, gums, and teeth. C. This cavity regarded as the source of sounds and speech. D. The opening to any cavity or canal ...Read more


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Tongue hurts and throught, used mdma and alcohol, soure stomke, dizzy and tired. I don't smoke. Had sex twice, no anal, mouth tired, dizzy.

Tongue hurts and throught, used mdma and alcohol, soure stomke, dizzy and tired. I don't smoke. Had sex twice, no anal, mouth tired, dizzy.

Not sure why you: Think that whether you had anal sex or not makes a difference, but the problem is nobody knows what they are getting when they use MDMA. This drug is notorious for having a difficult synthesis, so that even if the chemist and dealer and not TRYING to rip you off, they don't know what's in it either. And many people DO rip you off. See your doctor, and stop using MDMA before it hurts you more. ...Read more

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On Saturday I vomited 3 times after drinking a lot of alcohol it has been three days now and my throat/back of my mouth still hurts how do I stop this?

On Saturday I vomited 3 times after drinking a lot of alcohol it has been three days now and my throat/back of my mouth still hurts how do I stop this?

Will stop on its own: From vomiting, either alcohol or stomach acid caused damage to the back of your mouth/throat. Allow for time to heal. It should resolve in 1 week or so. Avoid spicy foods, alcohol until fully healed. If it doesn't heal, see your General Practitioner. ...Read more

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Could heavy consumption of alcohol cause the loss of teeth? Is this a sign of something more severe going on?

Could heavy consumption of alcohol cause the loss of teeth? Is this a sign of something more severe going on?

Long term: I think drinking 1-2 drinks daily is not going to affect your dental problems. Excessive drinking does deplete vitamins and minerals from your body which could lead to bone loss and eventual loss of teeth. ...Read more

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How do I not get sensitive teeth after consuming alcohol?

How do I not get sensitive teeth after consuming alcohol?

Sensitivity Not Norm: The sensitivity after consuming alcohol is not normal. See a dentist for examination, diagnosis and treatment recommendations. ...Read more

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For what length of time do I have to wait after pulling out teeth before consume alcohol?

For what length of time do I have to wait after pulling out teeth before consume alcohol?

24 hours: You should wait at least 24 hours before consuming alcohol because alcohol may thin the blood and cause delayed or poor healing of the extraction site. This can lead to infection or a dry socket. ...Read more

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What happens if you drink alcohol after you get your teeth pulled out?

What happens if you drink alcohol after you get your teeth pulled out?

You may get high: I am sorry, but i don't see the correlation. Follow your dentist's directions for how to handle things after an extraction. ...Read more

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I got all 4 of my wisdome teeth taken out (July 31st) A friend of mine is throwing a party the night of August 8th. Will I be able to consume alcohol?

I got all 4 of my wisdome teeth taken out (July 31st) A friend of mine is throwing a party the night of August 8th. Will I be able to consume alcohol?

Likely, Yes: As always, be careful with the consumption and travel afterwards. Unless you destroy the clots, you should be ok regarding the wisdom teeth. Still, be careful what you eat. Don't any narcotic pain pills with the alcohol. Good Luck — be careful. ...Read more

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Is it ok to drink alcohol after deep cleaning of teeth?

Yes, Usually: If you had a regular "deep cleaning, " what dentists call scaling and root planing, then you can drink alcohol--usually by the next day or so. However, if you had a more assertive procedure--perhaps surgery, or something which required stitches--you should avoid alcohol until everything has healed properly. Each case is different, so ask you dentist, periodontist, or hygienist. ...Read more

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What are the risks of drinking alcohol after wisdom teeth were extracted?

What are the risks of drinking alcohol after wisdom teeth were extracted?

At least 24 hrs.: You might have been given Rx and if they warn against alcohol — that needs to be heeded. Also, you need to wait till a clot forms to eat or drink anything. Avoid a straw to prevent dry socket. Ask your dentist about all this — it's not the alcohol per se, but always be moderate. Call their office to inquire. ...Read more

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Wisdom teeth dissolvable stitches, is it okay to be drinking alcohol after this?

Wisdom teeth dissolvable stitches, is it okay to be drinking alcohol after this?

Depends: Once the clot has formed, moderate alcohol intake should not be a problem unless doctor told you otherwise. ...Read more

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How long before I can smoke and consume alcohol after getting my wisdom teeth removed?

How long before I can smoke and consume alcohol after getting my wisdom teeth removed?

AS long as possible!: The minimum time is 24 hours, however i always recommend waiting 72 hours because if you are going to have major issues post surgery they usually occur in the 1st 24-72 hours, swelling usually peaks day 3 and then gradually starts to get better. Dry socket can occur at a higher rate with these habits and will be evident with terrible pain and horrible breath, see your dentist/surgeon asap. ...Read more

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Got 2 teeth removed it's been 3 days since then I was wondering if I could drink alcohol and how much?

Got 2 teeth removed it's been 3 days since then I was wondering if I could drink alcohol and how much?

Not recommended: After extracting a tooth or following any type of oral surgery, it is advisable to wait at least 48 hours before having an alcoholic beverage. After that time, it should not be a problem to drink alcohol. If the dentist or surgeon has prescribed antibiotics or opioids to decrease the risk of infection and reduce pain then
alcohol might interact with the medication and delay the healing process. ...Read more

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Can you drink alcohol after getting wisdom teeth out?

Can you drink alcohol after getting wisdom teeth out?

No: You probably will be recovering from sedation and you may be on strong narcotic pain medications. Having alcohol in the mix is dangerous. Also, alcohol delays healing. ...Read more

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Can you drink alcohol when getting your wisdom teeth out?

Not good idea: You can drink, but it is not a good idea. It may inhibit the healing process. You need to be on a good nutritious diet which does not include alcohol. ...Read more

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How long do you have to wait to drink alcohol after getting 2 teeth pulled?

How long do you have to wait to drink alcohol after getting 2 teeth pulled?

NO WAITING.: If you are not taking any medication, there should be no restriction as to not drinking alcohol.
I must say though, that because alcohol is a public health problem, nobody should drink alcohol just for the sake of drinking. ...Read more

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Can I drink alcohol after getting my wisdom teeth out?

Can I drink alcohol after getting my wisdom teeth out?

You need use care: If you are taking a narcotic pain reliever then no. These include codeine, hydrocodone, oxycodone, vicodin, percocet, percodan, (oxycodone and aspirin) etc. As these suppress breathing when mixed with alcohol. Alcohol has a dehydrating effect that can break up the blood clot, delay healing and increase pain. Avoid straight liquor if you decide to drink alcoholic drinks; beer or wine in moderation maybe ok after 2 days. ...Read more

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