How to prepare for treatment?
Prior to extracting your dentist will perform X-rays, full panoramic X-rays are needed to determine the position of any internal structures that might be affected by a surgical procedure. If you have an infection, a weakened immune system, or certain medical conditions, your dentist can prescribe antibiotics before or after surgery. Never smoke on the day of surgery and inform your dentist if you are sick of a cold or gastrointestinal illness. Carefully follow your instructions before surgery.
What to expect after treatment ?
You will probably feel a little uncomfortable. Get the prescribed painkillers according to the instructions. Bleeding is also expected. Ice packets can relieve pain and swelling. Never spit or use strain within 24 hours of tooth extraction; It can remove the newly formed blood clot and can cause a painful condition known as a dry cavity. The use of healing turns can relieve the symptoms of a dry cavity. Call your dentist or surgeon if pain, bleeding, or other symptoms increase or persist after a few days.
How long will the treatment last?
For simple (“simple”) dental extractions, your dentist will probably ask for a term of 20 to 40 minutes. Here’s how this assessment is analyzed:
On average, the process of tooth teeth usually lasts 10 to 15 minutes.
The extraction process itself (the actual act of removing the teeth from the jaw) usually takes about 3 to 15 minutes.
Preoperative preparations and postoperative tasks can take 5 to 10 minutes each.
Is there a side effect?
Many of the side effects of tooth extraction are: – Joint pain in the jaw, nerve damage, dry grip, jaw fracture, infection