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After Care Instructions for
wisdom tooth and implants
After Care Instructions for wisdom tooth and implants
- Use of ice pack -placed on the surgical side for 10 minutes with 20 mins break. (Reducing swelling with ice packs can ease pain and discomfort.)
- Cold to room temp foods and drinks are advised. Hot foods and drinks are prohibited for 3 days.
- Using your tongue or fingers to disturb the area may result in infection.
- Maintain Oral Hygiene : For optimal oral hygiene, it’s recommended to use your regular toothbrush for all teeth except the area where you had surgery. Use a very soft toothbrush for that specific site to avoid any discomfort or irritation. You can use our Dr.Roze Nano toothbrush (it’s super-soft and manufactured with bamboo, which has anti-bacterial characteristics.
- Use our ozonated water after 24 hours post-surgery and once at night-time for 5 days (or depending on the doctor’s recommendation). The gentlest gargle as much as possible is advised to avoid disturbing the area.
Ozonated water : is more biological and effective to use after a surgical tooth extraction since it has been purified and sterilized using an ozone-based treatment method. Unlike oxygenated water, which is water with extra O2 molecules, ozone water employs ozone to oxidize the water with O3 molecules – three oxygen atoms rather two. The resulting ozonated water is thought to have numerous health advantages. The dissolved ozone adds oxygen molecules to the body, raising the oxygen levels that move through the body, brain, and other organs.
- Be patient : Healing and integration of the implant take time, and patience is essential for a successful outcome.
- Attend Follow-up Appointments : Make sure to attend any scheduled follow-up appointments with your dentist or oral surgeon. They will monitor your healing progress and address any concerns you may have.
- Do not do strenuous activities for 24 hours Rest and sleep are beneficial
- Avoid Sucking Actions : Don’t use straws or engage in any activities that require strong sucking action, as they can dislodge the blood clot and lead to a condition known as dry socket.
- Avoid Tobacco and Alcohol : Do not smoke or consume alcohol for at least 48 hours following the extraction. Both can cause healing to be delayed and raise the risk of problems.
After a tooth extraction, you should avoid foods that are
- Hot, spicy, or acidic, as they can irritate your mouth and gums
- Hard, crunchy, or chewy, as they can damage the extraction site or get stuck in it
- Sticky, sugary, or alcoholic, as they can interfere with the healing process or cause infection
- Foods with lots of small pieces, such as popcorn, chips, nuts, rice, or seeds, as they can be difficult to eat and remove
- Recommended foods: e.g., mashed potato, ice cream, Greek yogurt, soup (cold)etc.
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