Post-Operative Instructions for Implant Treatment
You have now completed an important phase of your implant treatment. Now your heling process begins. It is important to understand that there will be some discomfort, swelling, and bruising. These are all normal. Every patient’s healing process is different and there is no way of predicting if you will experience any of these symptoms. The medications that have been prescribed will help keep you comfortable for the next few days. Refrain from eating for at least 2- hours and until the anesthesia has worn off.
THINGS TO AVOID FOR THE FIRST 24-HOURS:
You may do the following to help healing and discomfort:
Post-Operative Periodontal Surgery Instructions:
Should swelling, pain or severe fever occur, please call us immediately
Post Root Canal Treatment Instructions
Things to do:
Tooth Fillings post-operative Instructions
Tooth Extraction Post-Operative Instructions:
Crown, Inlay/ Onlay Post-Operative Instructions
WHILE WEARING TEMPORARY CROWN OR BRIDGE
It is normal to feel discomfort in the gum around the tooth that was treated for 1-2 days. If the tenderness persists any longer than two days, please notify our office immediately so we can check the temporary restoration and make any needed corrections.
After permanent restoration has been placed: