Is it safe to drink alcohol the day after getting your wisdom teeth pulled?

No it is not advised. There are many factors to consider after a tooth is removed. Alcohol can affect the blood flow and clotting in the area. Also, most of the time your dentist will prescribe pain medications which should not be taken with alcohol.
Not smart. Alcohol can help to dissolve the blood clot that forms after an extraction. Smoking can also do this and both can result in a dry socket which is very uncomfortable and can take a long time to heal. The blood clot is necessary to stimulate the bone cells to repair the extraction site.

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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...

Is it okay to drink beer after getting my wisdom teeth pulled? (i'm not on any pain meds)

Depends... Is your dentist going to put you to sleep or sedate you with medication? If so you should not drink after the procedure. Your dentist is the best person to advise you. Read more...
After a few days. I would wait for a few days before drinking any alcohol. Give the healing process some time to get going. Read more...
It is OK. If no medication is taken for your condition, there is no restrictions. Moderation is the key. Take care. . Read more...