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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...
Depends. Depending on any medications that were prescribed by your dentist, best to ask the dentist doing the treatment. Read more...

What will happen if I drink alcohol the same day as I get one of my wisdom teeth pulled out? And can I use a straw to drink alcohol? . ..

Can't Stop Drinking? If you cannot go one day without drinking alcohol when you are ill or on powerful medications then you are an alcoholic. Drinking alcohol, a depressant drug, when you are depressed is another sign of alcoholism. There is a program for you known as alcoholics anonymous. We really are physicians here concerned about your health. To most people asking them to not drink on the surgery day is easy. Read more...
Follow orders. Follow the post-op instructions by your oral surgeon to reduce the risk of complication. Drinking alcohol after the surgery will prolong the bleeding and may be dangerous mixed with any narcotic pain medicine. You do not drink with a straw after oral surgery because it may pull out the blood clot protecting the extraction site. This will lead to a dry socket. No fun. Read more...

Could I drink alcohol after getting my wisdom teeth removed?

After wisdom's out. At some point, with moderation. Your dentist can tell you when as different dentists have different opinions on this. Why not call and ask? Read more...
No. It is not recommended using alcohol prior to or following your wisdom teeth removal. This is particularly true if you are getting sedated. The alcohol may influence the sedation drugs as greater depression during the surgery and slow the recovery process. It will also interact with any narcotic pain medication taken following surgery. It has been noted that it might cause prolonged bleeding, too. Read more...

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...

Can you drink alcohol when getting your wisdom teeth out?

Postop alcohol. I suspect you mean after having your wisdom teeth removed. You should not drink alcohol if you're taking any narcotic pain medicine. Also, you should avoid any carbonated beverages such as beer for at least a week after wisdom tooth surgery. Otherwise, moderate alcohol consumption doesn't interfere with wound healing. Read more...
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...
Not good. Alcohol is a blood thinner. Promotes bleeding. Can also deactivate antibiotics. Would suggest no alcohol for a week on either side of the surgery. Read more...

Is it safe to drink alcohol after having my wisdom teeth taken out?

No it is not. Recommended. Smoking and alcohol consumption are not recommended for 24-48 hours post-extraction. Not worth taking the risk - dry sockets are no fun! Read more...
Wait a week. Alcohol does not mix well with narcotic pain medications. If you had your teeth out under i.V sedation those medications are still in your system and also react with alcohol. Alcohol also thins the blood and can make you more prone to bleeding and dry socket. Just avoid it for a week, it's not worth it! Read more...

Is it actually ok for me to drink alcohol 3 days after I got my wisdom teeth removed?

Post Op Instructions. Yes, but not in excess. Follow your dentist's post op instructions and call him\her if you have any further questions. Read more...