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

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Dr. Daniel Wolter
Dentistry

In brief: 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.

In brief: 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.
Dr. Daniel Wolter
Dr. Daniel Wolter
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Dr. Sandra Eleczko
Dentistry

In brief: In moderation

Remember to follow the instructions given by your dentist and call if you have any questions.
Typically you can safely drink a moderate amount of alcohol following dental scaling unless you are taking pain medications. Remember moderation.

In brief: In moderation

Remember to follow the instructions given by your dentist and call if you have any questions.
Typically you can safely drink a moderate amount of alcohol following dental scaling unless you are taking pain medications. Remember moderation.
Dr. Sandra Eleczko
Dr. Sandra Eleczko
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