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After you get your wisdom teeth removed, the dentist can give you a list of things that you need to avoid for a few days. For instance, you may be asked to avoid hard or crunchy foods, avoid drinking with a straw. Smoking and drink alcohol may also be forbidden for a while.
At a very young age, we were told to brush twice a day. Like many other practices, we also made it a habit without even realising the importance of it. Even after growing up, very few of us are actually aware of our oral health. Oral health is much more than just brushing and flossing. Visiting your dentist at least twice a year is also important if you’re willing to maintain a good oral hygiene.