IF YOU HAD A TOOTH FILING MADE
After composite fillings (white fillings), there is no need for any restrictive measures as far as biting and chewing.
White fillings set with light completely, so that after leaving the doctor's office they are ready to be used. If you notice increased pressure on the tooth on which the filing has been placed, while chewing, , it is necessary to contact the dentist.
If your tooth has been filed under local anesthesia its advised not to consume food until the effects of anesthesia are gone, in order to avoid soft tissue (lips) injury .
If you experience pain after getting the filing, especially if they occur at night and out of sleep, it is necessary to immediately contact your dentist.
YOU HAD AN IMPLANT PLACED
After placing dental implants it is necessary to comply with the instructions, dentist gave you.
Go to your regular checkups.
Maintain oral hygiene around the stitches, clean it with a gauze around a finger and moistened with water.
Regularly take the prescribed antibiotic therapy.
Do not rinse your mouth with water and teas.
Do not take hot food and drinks in the first 24 hours and avoid sleeping on the side of the intervention. Don’t put warm compresses.
Put on the outside, a cloth moistened with cold water(not ice). It is helpful and useful, only , the first 24 hours after surgery.
Avoid chewing hard food in the area where the implants are placed, this also applies after removal of stitches during the process of ossteointegration (fusion of the implant with jaw bones), which lasts from three to six months.
If you notice any changes around implants themselves promptly contact your dentist.
A FEW TIPS AFTER TOOTH EXTRACTION
Early after tooth extraction DO NOT rinse with water or tea.
Do not suck blood clot from the wound.
Do not eat anything as long as the effect of local anesthesia, followed by eating softer foods.
Do not eat or drink anything hot.
Do not put hot compresses.
Maintain oral hygiene. Carefully brush your teeth around the wound, without excessive pressure.
For pain take: Caffetin, Brufen, Nimulid if necessary!
DO NOT TAKE: Aspirin, Andol, ACETISAL®!
Taking antibiotics if recommended by a dentist!
TIPS AND PROCEDURES AFTER ORAL SURGERY
Try to spend the day after the operation, peacefully, without physical exercise.
Do not eat while the effect of local anesthesia hasn’t ware of, and then take softer foods (nothing hot)!
Put a cold compress outside (not ice), a cloth moistened with cold water on the intervention day and the day after!
Do not sleep on the side where we worked.
Do not take medications containing acetylsalicylic acid (Andol, Aspirin, Acetisal).
Do not rinse your mouth!
Wash your teeth normally, toothbrush and toothpaste, but without excessive shaking, the area around the wound gently clean moistened gauze.
The emergence of small islands and pain, as well as ichor in saliva are normal.