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Teeth extraction recovery time

Friday, Feb. 12th 2010 7:28 PM

Help how long does it take to recover from having teeth pulled?

I am going to have five teeth pulled and then have some bridge work done.  I had this appointment set a little over two months ago.  Now my friend is having  baby shower the day after I have my teeth pulled.  I was just told this by the person throwing the party.

I want to go since she is a good friend of  mine but not sure if I am going to be in too much pain afterwords.   I never had teeth pulled before so is there hope that since I will be having the pulled during the day the I would be okay to go to the baby shower the following afternoon.

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Posted by Marth Peters | in Dental Care | 3 Comments »

3 Comments on “Teeth extraction recovery time”

  1. Carol Says:

    Pain tolerance can very from person to person so it would be hard to say how you will handle things after the extraction. Normally I would you may have pain for at least two days or so but with pain killers you may be okay to go to the shower. Just make sure you are not driving .

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  2. John Says:

    I had two teeth pulled and was for the most part okay the next day. It comes down to you and how you feel. I am sure since she is your friend that if you do not go to the shower she would understand the reason why.

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