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I had an dental implant as well as bone graft done 3 days ago. In order to let bone merge with the artificial augment that is about to become my own "bone" so the implant can hold on to something, I was advised not to smoke CIGARETTES because of the negative effects of NICOTINE on oxygen delivery through blood. This could slow down the merge of the substances that would develop a bone. But is it the same with marijuana? As far as I can tell there's no nicotine in weed so technically there's no reason for weed to stunt bone growth, or is it? Please help because I struggle with that, I'd like to smoke, but not like a MASSIVE amount of weed, just a hit or two, but will it affect my recovery or damage the dental implant itself?

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It is not advised as the smoke is what can lead to infection. Marijuana smoke vs. ciggerrette smoke, I would venture to say marijuana smoke is not as bad. That being said, it's a matter of your probabilities. 

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