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New Study Shows Risk of Long-Term Opiate Use Nearly Triples Following Removal of Wisdom Teeth
New Study Shows Risk of Long-Term Opiate Use Nearly Triples Following Removal of Wisdom Teeth

A recent study conducted at the University of Michigan found that people who take opioids after having their wisdom teeth removed are nearly three times as likely to have another opioid prescription filled in the following year compared to their peers. Researchers dug into ...

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