When can I work out again after getting my wisdom teeth removed?

Ask Oral Surgeon. Depends on whether impacted or not and degree of difficulty of surgery. Usually as soon as you feel good enough to work out. Ask oral surgeon since he/she knows the details better.
48/72. two to three days are recommended since working out would increase the blood flow to the area causing bleeding in socket which started to heal after the extraction.

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When do I need to get my wisdom teeth removed?

You missed the ideal. "window" before they are fully formed in late adolescence early adulthood - 17, 18, 19 Y.O. At this point though, if they are in your bite (occluding and aligned properly) without crowding, no periodontal pathology, no other bony pathology (cyst, etc.), able to be cleansed properly, restorable with fillings or crowns, non-abscessed - no worries then. For sure leave them intact! Read more...
Highly Variable. Not all wisdom teeth have to be removed. However, the majority don't have room to erupt properly, & those that are in the mouth are often difficult to keep clean & healthy. If you are having problems, then they should come out right away. If it's likely that you're going to develop problems, then you should also have them out sooner than later. Most should be removed before age 25 if possible. Read more...

What is the best way to get wisdom teeth removed?

Stand upside down. What kind of answer are you looking for? The best way is to go to an oral surgeon, who is board certified and will do the job correctly. You have nothing to say about how it is done. It is entirely up to the surgeon. I recommend using only local anesthesia and not general anesthesia as it does not hurt and is easier for the dentist to do. Just go and have confidence in the dentist. Read more...
Oral Surgeon. See your oral surgeon. They are specialists in this treatment. It will be easier, faster and better for you . Read more...
It depends. It depends whether your wisdom teeth are impacted or not. If all 4 wisdom teeth are impacted, i would see an oral surgeon and get all 4 removed in 1 visit under conscious IV sedation. Read more...
The best way . . . Is to have them removed by someone who can perform the procedure as comfortably and safely as possible. Some patients prefer to have the procedure performed with local anesthesia alone, while others want a general anesthetic. Oral surgeons remove wisdom teeth on a daily basis and most surgeons recommend the removal of impacted wisdom teeth with local anesthesia and some form of sedation. Read more...