can you wear a bra during wisdom teeth surgery

can you wear a bra during wisdom teeth surgery

You may wonder if you can wear a bra during wisdom tooth surgery if you’re considering it. The answer is yes, fortunately. Wearing a bra won’t interfere with wisdom teeth extraction. You can wear it if you want to, or you can’t wear it if you don’t.


While it’s not required that you wear a bra during your wisdom teeth surgery, it is recommended. Your surgeon will likely give you specific instructions on what type of clothing to wear during your procedure. It’s important to follow these instructions carefully to ensure that your surgery goes smoothly.

What is wisdom teeth surgery?

Wisdom teeth surgery is a type of oral surgery that is performed to remove one or more wisdom teeth. Wisdom teeth are the third and final set of molars that most people get in their late teens or early twenties. For some people, these teeth come in without any problems. But for others, the teeth may become impacted, meaning they get stuck in the gum tissue or jawbone and do not erupt through the gumline. Impacted wisdom teeth can cause a variety of problems, including pain, crowding of other teeth, and infection. Wisdom teeth surgery is typically performed under general anesthesia.

Why do you need surgery?

The most common reason to have wisdom teeth surgery is to prevent problems from happening. Impacted wisdom teeth can damage other teeth, cause pain, and lead to infection. If wisdom teeth are not removed, they may need to be removed later in life, which would be harder and more costly.

What are the risks of surgery?

Though wisdom teeth surgery is generally a safe procedure, there are some risks involved as with any surgery. The most common risks are bleeding, swelling, and pain. There is also a small risk of infection, which can usually be treated with antibiotics. In very rare cases, damage to nerves or other teeth can occur.

How can you prepare for surgery?

You will be asked to arrive at the surgical center or hospital on the day of your procedure. You should expect to stay for several hours after the surgery is completed. It is important that you follow directions for eating and drinking before surgery. You will likely be asked not to eat or drink anything for six hours before surgery. This means no water, no candy, and no gum.

What can you expect after surgery?

After your surgery, you will be taken to the recovery room where you will be closely monitored. You may have some nausea and vomiting after the anesthesia wears off, so it is important to have someone there to drive you home.

You will be given a list of instructions on how to take care of your mouth after surgery. It is important that you follow these instructions carefully to avoid any complications. These may include:

  • Taking pain medication as prescribed
  • Eating soft foods
  • Avoiding strenuous activity
  • Brushing your teeth carefully
    How can you care for your teeth after surgery?

After you have wisdom teeth surgery, it is important to take care of your teeth and gums. Here are some tips:

-Brush your teeth gently with a toothbrush. Use a soft bristled toothbrush and toothpaste. Avoid hard or crunchy foods for at least 24 hours.
-Rinse your mouth with a salt water solution (1/2 teaspoon of salt in 8 ounces of water) 3 times a day. Do this for 2 weeks.
-Use ice chips or an ice pack on your face for the first 24 hours after surgery to help with swelling.
-Take pain medicine as prescribed by your doctor.
-Do not drink alcohol or use tobacco for at least 24 hours after surgery. These can cause bleeding and slow healing.


Based on the available evidence, it seems that wearing a bra during wisdom teeth surgery is unlikely to have any significant impact on the surgical procedure itself. However, some people may feel more comfortable not wearing a bra during surgery, and there is no evidence to suggest that doing so is harmful. If you have any concerns, it is always best to speak to your surgeon before your procedure.


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