Can I drink tea and coffee after tooth extraction?

Can I drink tea and coffee after tooth extraction?

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  1. Can I drink tea and coffee after tooth extraction?

    The basic recommendation is when, how long can you eat after removing a tooth that you can not drink: water, coffee, tea, juices – you can almost all, however, beverages should not be too cold or, conversely, hot. If you really want, you can use the fluid after fifty to sixty minutes after the removal procedure. However, if there are certain contraindications: severe pain, bleeding, this should not be done before conducting a preliminary consultation with a specialist.
    At the end of the hour after removal of the drink is recommended using straws, thus, somewhat decreases the impact of the drink on the affected area. Otherwise, the liquid can dissolve the plug formed in the wallet, which threatens the development of bleeding and falling into the well of infection.

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  2. Extraction of tooth is done if a tooth is decayed or any trauma and damage is caused to tooth . Hot beverages and hard food should be avoided as it takes 24hrs to form a layer of wound and wound healing completes in 24 hrs. Hot food and hard food may delay the healing of wound . So after 24 hrs u can take tea and coffee but if u want u can drink lukewarm coffee or tea .I recommend that it will be better to avoid it rather than taking.

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  3. The tooth extraction generally refers to pulling a tooth due to the tooth decay, trauma or other damages. Thus, the tooth extraction will cause little bit discomfort and pain. After the tooth extraction procedure is over, you bound to restrict your diets for the healing of your mouth that may seem to be limiting or unappealing. Unfortunately, if you are a tea and coffee lovers, then you need to control your caffeine habits.
    After tooth extraction, the oral surgeon suggests you avoid the hot drinks like tea and coffee immediately after the extraction. If you want then you can take the simple iced or lukewarm coffee without a straw. You need to avoid these hot foods for the 24 hours after the extractions. Apart from the tea and coffee you also need to stay away from the other hot beverages and the foods like soup because these hot foods and liquids may disclose the clots from the tooth that may need minimum 24 hours to form a layer for your wounds to begin the healing.

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  4. Yes you can have Cold Coffee post tooth extraction (as per instructions given by your dentist)only 30–40 minutes after extraction. Also you need to be very careful that you cannot have it with a straw, drink it directly from the glass. its always better to ask your consulting doctor about your doubts to avoid any complictions.

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  5. I would recommend that you wait until the numbness wears away, which could even be a few hours, until your first tea/coffee drink and preferably not too hot, which could disrupt the blood clot in the socket causing bleeding.

    Eight O’Clock

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  6. You should avoid drinking any hot beverages, including tea and coffee, for the next 48 hours following your tooth extraction. This is because drinking anything hot can increase your risk of developing a dry socket, a painful condition that can occur in the days following your tooth extraction. Also, it may slow down the healing process.

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  7. I see no reason why you should not. Besides the colder the coffee, or any other liquid the less swelling there will be. And, after a couple of days a switch to warm to hot coffee can be added , as well, which will make the area feel better and encourage healing by bringing more blood into the area.

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  8. Before you drink anything you need to wait until the freezing has worn off so you don’t make a mess of yourself. Then, it is advisable not to have anything too hot or too cold for the first 224–48 hours. So, have your tea and coffee but just wait until it has cooled slightly.

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  9. Follow the advice of your Dentist. This person probably knows a bit about your medical history. If you do not have anything abnormal going on with your health, you can drink whatever is comfortable for you to drink. If you use something like a plant based protein toothpowder such as Proteith Healthy gums or Sport you will probably feel less discomfort as these products remove bacteria and facilitates healing of the inside of your mouth.

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  10. Yes you can drink cold coffee after extraction . It can be your substitute for ice cream which dentists usually advice to eat after extraction procedure. The basic rule is not to eat or drink anything which is hot because the wound is fresh and may cause inflammation and disintegration of the clot. You can drink cold milk and tea also but after it cools down.

    Peet’s

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  11. NAD
    Had a lot of teeth pulled. I wait until the next day before getting into anything warmish. I take extra care with lower molar extractions for a few days. Upper extractions, i don’t worry much the next day. Let it cool a bit and give it.
    Unless your getting teeth pulled at 6am, you’ve probably had your morning hot coffee and should be able to make it a day. Besides, last thing i would want leaving the dentist is a coffee. lol

    Dunkin’

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  12. You have to ask your dentist for the answer to that one. If you were my patient, I would allow it, if the coffee was at room temperature, or cooler.

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  13. Yes, but wait until the numbness wears off. If you do drink any hot liquids before, you wont have the ability to feel the heat and may burn your mouth, tongue or throat. What you do not want to do afterward also is to rinse or spit for 24 hours as it may dislodge any clot forming in the extraction area. Be sure to also refrain from smoking or drinking alcohol which can lead to complications with healing. Remember if appointed, to return to your dentist in one to two weeks for a followup so the site can be evaluated for healing or suture removal. At any time if you have questions they should be directed to the practitioner who treated you.

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  14. ofcourse but I suggest not to suck through a straw after a tooth extraction so as to prevent dislodging the blood clot. Such dislodgment could cause a painful condition known as dry socket, which occurs mostly after ectraction

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  16. Immediately after extraction you have to press on the gauze for 1 hour . No spitting No rinsing
    After an hour you can drink cold coffe without a straw. No straw to be used for 48 hrs

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  17. I see no reason why not! I would think a cold beverage would feel good after a tooth extraction. I seem to recall I drank a Frappucino after an extraction.

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