Included tooth extraction
Treatment of Infections
One of the most frequent cases are dental abscesses which, if not treated in time, can lead to very serious consequences.
The process is simple and does not involve pain! The classic extraction of a tooth. However, all cases are analysed so that there is no risk whatsoever.
Oral cysts and tumors constitute a large group of lesions that must be identified and treated rapidly since they can end up in more serious complications.
Hereby, a sample of cells and/or tissues are removed from a living organism, in this case, the facial structure. This allows a more accurate and reliable diagnosis.
Whether caused by accidents, pathologies or other problems, this type of surgical intervention aims to establish the correct relation between the jaws.
Oral Surgery - Step by Step
After identifying in which way the procedures of the Oral Surgery can help, stick with the step by step of the process.
Ask your dentist
In the evaluation query, you will have the opportunity to ask all the questions that you have regarding the surgery and to clear your doubts.
Do not drink or eat anything in the hours before surgery and talk to your doctor about other medicines you might be taking.
Take someone with you who can also listen to the doctor's recommendations and accompany you at the end of the surgery.
The moment you were waiting for.
All arrangements have been made and are in good hands. During surgery, all necessary corrections are made to recover and rehabilitate your oral health.
Pay attention to your dentist's recommendations
Your dentist's indications are essential so that your recovery time is as short as possible - recovery depends largely on you.
Since you are accompanied, do not make physical efforts in the immediate. Rest.
Check your next consultation of analyse
In order to control your recovery, a regular follow-up is necessary
Food is a very important factor for your recovery. Try to eat healthy and balanced.
It is important to do a good hygiene carefully so as not to irritate the treated site.
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