Can I brush teeth vigorously after wisdom teeth removal?

Brushing "Wisdom" First week, avoid adjacent molars to surgical sites. If you have an ultrasonic toothbrush, then as you approach the last molars shut it off. Gentle rinsing and gentle brushing for a week. Then resume as normal and expect some tenderness.
With caution. You can brush normally after extractions except for the surgical sites. Brushing may traumatize the tissue, cause bleeding and delay healing. Be gentle in these areas. You can rinse with salt water or Chlorhexidine oral rinse to clean and heal sites. The first week can be a little touchy.

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How long till I can brush my teeth after wisdom teeth removal?

No delay. You can brush as you normally do. Twice a day is recommended. Flossing the back teeth might need to be delayed for a couple a days, as your gums may be quite sensitive due to the recent extraction. Read more...

Is it safe to be smoking after wisdom teeth removal?

No. No. Increases risk of dry socket and delayed healing. Smoking also not good in general. Make sure your wisdom teeth are evaluated and treated by an oral surgeon. Read more...

When is it safe to smoke again after wisdom teeth removal?

Try to Stop. You need to stop for at least 24-36 hours. Since you will have stopped, you should consider using this time to stop for the good of your health, reduce aging wrinkles, save money for other things, etc. Read more...
After healing. Cigarettes are not good for you, and they delay healing. The effect of nicotinamides is to decrease the diameter of the blood vessels carrying nutrients to the site where healing is occurring by 80%, so delaying healing and often making it take five time longer to heal properly. So wait until you are healed. I strongly recommend that you do not smoke any more, there is much more at stake. Read more...
Smoking n extraction. During the first 24 hours, a blood clot will form over the hole. It is necessary to not dislodge this clot so you will not develop dry socket. You should not smoke or drink through a straw during the first 24 hours. These involved sucking actions and that could dislodge the clot. I would advise you to refrain from smoking for five days after your extractions. The nicotine can cause dry socket. Read more...