The following information is written about dental surgery to answer your questions about how to protect your surgical site. Please read this text meticulously and apply these instructions.
To reduce the dental pain
Make sure you take a painkiller to control the pain immediately after surgery or tooth extraction. You can then renew your pain medication every 4 hours if the pain persists.
Use diclofenac suppository if the pain is not controlled. In the case of Uncontrolled pain, you can use dexamethasone shots (as prescribed by your doctor) when needed.
The best way to control the pain is to use a cold compress. Put the ice pack on your face for 30 seconds until the surgery area is numb and take it for about one or two minutes and repeat. When numbness disappears, keep the ice pack in place until the surgical area becomes numb and the pain disappears, then lift off to relieve the pain. Keep doing this until the pain is completely eliminated.
To Control of dental bleeding
Press the gas into the surgical area for at least two hours until you are sure the bleeding has stopped. Do not chew anything and try to keep it in place without opening or closing your mouth.
Swallow your spittle and don’t drain it out. Sucking and spitting can exacerbate the bleeding. You may have bleeding for a few days, which is normal. Ice compresses can control your bleeding.
In the case of an abnormal leak of blood, the best way to control the bleeding is to put pressure on the area with a small piece of damp gas to stop the bleeding. Contact your doctor if bleeding continues.
To reduce swelling after tooth surgery
Having Inflation is normally happens after surgery. The swelling increases for up to 72 hours after surgery and then gradually decreases and usually disappears by the end of the second week.
Ice compresses are highly recommended after surgery to reduce the swelling. In the case of Inflation happens if the pain is controlled, you can apply warm compresses after the third day, such as cold compresses on the face, to relieve the swelling sooner. It is also recommended that the head be higher than the body during sleep for the first three nights. It is also recommended that for day rest during the first three days sitting on the sofa
To prevent infection after dental surgery
Maintaining a clean area of the mouth can quickly heal surgical wounds. You should begin Using Mouthwash a day after surgery. Except for the surgical site, brush your other teeth and use a dilute brine or serum to rinse your mouth. In these cases, the use of disinfectant gels will be very effective in the surgical area.
Take prescription medicines as directed by your doctor.
Avoid smoking, piping or hookah for at least 48 hours separately and then minimizing the amount of smoking Until the complete restoration
after tooth surgery Diet
- A soft, cool, high-energy diet is the best diet for the first 24 hours. Liquids such as juice and milk are recommended. Also, keep in mind that do not take liquids with a straw because of it Cause bleeding.
2) Avoid stiff food for up to 2 weeks to maintain the existing stitches until the area is fully healed.
Dental Surgery Complications
Bruising, redness, and numbness around the lips and Serous fluid are normal after oral surgery. Your mouth may also not open as often as it did in the first few days after surgery.
Anesthesia around the lips or tongue is a surgical complication of the Dental Surgery and it may last between 6 months to one year. Tell your doctor if it occurs.
If you had sinus lift surgery or sinus closure or have a posterior tooth extraction, you may have nasal bleeding that is normal. In this case, first, use prescribed medications for your nose. Second, avoid squeezing your nose for up to 2 months.
Try to have as little prostration as possible and not sneeze at your nose. To open your nose for the first three days, pour 3 drops of Naphazoline into your surgical side nose every 8 hours and 3 drops of sodium chloride into the non-surgical side of your nose. If needed, continue with a drop of Sodium chloride in each doublet from the fourth day.
About implant surgery, you should remember that the process of making bone is such that after a month the implant will be slightly loosened.