Well, by your description, I am not fully convinced that you have developed full-blown dry sockets. Because oftentimes, the medicated dressing can only offer partial pain relief, but not complete relief. Almost all the dry socket patient's I've come across have been crying in pain, unable to sleep, and the pain meds offer little-to-no relief in pain.
By your own testimony, you are at this time pain free. Unfortunately, we'll have to wait until tomorrow when you get the dressing removed (and possibly replaced) to determine whether any discomfort returns.
Assuming a proper, stable clot has now formed to the point where there is no longer any bone surface exposed to the elements, then the situation should not worsen and should only continue to improve in terms of your healing/recovery process.
But do understand that you have literally 4 "holes" in the jaw right now that are loosely covered by a blood clot (and possible stitches). At any given time while eating a meal, some small particle of food can potentially work its way into the socket and could
develop into an abscess
/infection. This doesn't mean you ought to starve yourself for the next 2 weeks but it does mean that the situation is fluid/dynamic. Until new epithelium (layer of skin) forms over the bone, there is always the potential for complications to develop. So you just have to be cautious and aware of what you eat, how you rinse you mouth, how you brush, etc... for the next couple of weeks.
JulXXXXX XXXXX, DDS