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How to Smoke After Wisdom Teeth Removal and Prevent Dry Sockets

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Uploaded on Jan 27, 2012

I show you how to smoke after getting your wisdom teeth removed and prevent dry sockets.
NOTES:
1. This may not work for everyone!
2. I'm well aware that smoking is bad for you.

What You Need:
Gauze, Water, Cigarette

Sorry that it's incredibly hard to understand me after I put in the gauze, but it's pretty simple to see what I'm doing. The very important part:
KEEP YOUR JAW CLENCHED ON THE GAUZE!!!!!!! SMOKE THROUGH GRITTED TEETH AND TAKE SMALL DRAGS!!!
This prevents you sucking hard and getting dry sockets. Also, the gauze helps prevent a lot of the nasty cigarette chemicals from entering your new wounds.

If you have any questions, just leave a comment, and I'll do my best to answer it ASAP.


UPDATE:
I went in for my post-op eval with the dentist. He said everything was healing perfectly fine. One side was healing even faster than normal.
Since I really couldn't do much while I was on my meds, I played far too much MW3. While I play COD, I chain-smoke, so, in essence, after my wisdom teeth removal, I smoked even more than usual and everything turned out fine.


Update 2:
I have LONG since quit smoking. And now vape exclusively. But, this video still applies to electronic cigarettes.

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