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When can i smoke after seeing the dentist?

Discussion in 'Apprentice Marijuana Consumption' started by CSCount44, Sep 24, 2009.

  1. Hey guys, I got a regular cleaning today and it ended at 6:22 (including the fluoride stuff), it's 7:33 here, when is it safe to smoke? If I smoke like right now or in an hour, will that jack up my mouth or gums, etc?
  2. You're usually safe to eat after a half hour, so I would assume an hour and eleven minutes would be enough time to make it safe to smoke.
  3. I'm pretty sure that the whole not eating thing is just so the fluoride has a chance to absorb all the way.
  4. There's nothing dangerous about it, you just won't get the full effect of the cleaning. But after half an hour you're good for anything, it's not like you're gonna cough blood lol. However, if just took some medication (doesn't happen for a normal clean up) then it's always good to wait a day or two.

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