How Long Do You Wait after a Tooth Is Pulled before You Can Get a Implant?

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The time between a tooth extraction and a dental implant can vary, based on the condition of the mouth and any underlying conditions. It normally varies between 4-6 weeks, however.
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normally 3-6 months, you have to wait for you gum to heal and tissue has to be normal. Aunt Laura.
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Implants are a lengthy process. The health of your bones around your missing tooth play a big part in the process. I'd suggest you see an oral surgeon or a dentist that does implants
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Not Medical Advice: Drinking alcohol after a tooth extraction is not a problem, unless you are also taking pain medication.
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