i am due to get my wisdom teeth out in a couple of days and i am a heavy smoker. if i inhaled and exhaled smoke through my nose would i still be at risk for dry socket?

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  • Dr.Ritz

    Dr.Ritz 16 - April - 2010, at 19:46 PM

  • The dry socket is there because of dislodgement of the clot wich is formed after the bleeding is stopped in the extraction socket so any activity which can cause the dislodgement of clot can cause the dry scket. It is advisale not to smoke even through nostrils after the extraction minimum for 24 hours. For more info on dry socket you can visit the following link on our website....... http://www.identalhub.com/articlecategory-dry-socket-48.aspx

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