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  • No eating or drinking for the first 30 minutes following your treatment.
  • Avoid chewing or biting on the treatment area until your permanent restoration is placed.
  • Applying a cold compress on the face near the treatment area will help reduce swelling. When using an ice pack, do not apply ice directly to your skin but place a clean cloth between the ice and your skin.  You may apply the cold  pack for up to 20 minutes
  • Please brush and floss as usual.
  • You should  take prescribed   medications.

Instructions following dentures

  • Dentures often need several adjustments in order to fit comfortably.
  • To help yourself adjust to your dentures you can practice reading aloud for a little while each day.
  • Dentures should be removed overnight or for at least 6 hours a day to give your mouth and gums time to rest.
  • It is advised to remove your dentures and clean them at night. They should be stored in a clean container filled with denture cleaning solution.
  • You may have discomfort for a few days after receiving your final dentures
  • After tooth extraction you may feel some pain, bleeding, and swelling. This is quite normal after oral surgery. Please don’t try to touch or probe the area with your tongue or fingers.
  • Swelling around the face, eyes, and surgical site is common and may appear two to three days after surgery. Applying a cold compress on the face near the implant site will help reduce swelling. When using an ice pack, do not apply ice directly to your skin but place a clean cloth between the ice and your skin.  You may apply the cold pack for up to 20 minutes.
  •  Post 24 hours of surgery, it is advised to do warm salt water rinse (approximately ½ teaspoon of salt in a glass of water) 5 to 6 times a day.
  • Avoid brushing your teeth near the surgery area but brush and floss the rest of your mouth.
  • Post 24 hours following your surgery, do not suck on a straw, rinse, spit or smoke.
  • After the first few days post surgery take cold and soft diet of liquids and soft foods such as porridge, soups, yogurt, juice, and smoothies.
  • Don’t forget to take prescribed medicines timely.
  • If pain and swelling increase after a few days, please call us right away.

The following information describes significant after-care recommendations provided exclusively by our doctors in the clinic. Besides practicing good oral hygiene, here’s a sneak peek into some post-op instructions for diverse kinds of dental treatments.