Useful Information for Dental Patients

There are many fears about dental implants; some say it's expensive and long procedure and the results are painful and short-lived. But in fact, most of the fears are just rumors. Let’s overcome those myths about implants:
  • 1.Implants are long and painful procedure
This prejudice is associated with the times when dentists actively installed lamellar implants. It required a rough intervention in the anatomy of the jaw and the patient was getting to normal for several days just like after a real surgical operation. Modern implants are screwed, diamond precision tools are used and the process takes only 10 to 15 minutes (!). Adequate anesthesia makes the implantation painless and the patient is usually not even required to take the painkillers. And in a few hours after the procedure, he returns to normal life. Some clinics even offer a service called "tooth for an hour": during the visit, the bad tooth is removed, replaced with an implant and a temporary crown that will hide the flaw and allow you to fully chew food, smile without embarrassment and avoid dictions defect. After 2-6 months, when the implant is firmly integrated with the bone, the dentist will replace the temporary crown with a permanent one just like your real tooth. By the way, Implants are no differ with natural regarding usual care.
  • 2. Implants are not forever
Implantation really costs more than other methods of prosthetics: but doctors often make positive predictions that the implant will get accustomed. This means that you most likely will not have to go through the procedure of prosthetics for a rest of your life.
  • 3. Implants are about appearance and not about health
This myth causes many people to postpone implantation for decades. Especially when it comes to prosthetics of teeth that not involved in a smiling. Meanwhile, even inconspicuous gaps in the dentition are quite capable of affecting our health and appearance. Thus, the prolonged absence of chewing teeth on one side is accompanied by pain in the joint, which in future can provoke a chronic migraine. The inability to chew food qualitatively, according to doctors, affects the condition of the stomach and can lead to gastritis or obesity. You shouldn’t allow yourself to suffer such pain and deteriorate your health.

Don’t forget that restoring a smile makes patients feel much younger!
  • Do not drink alcohol before visiting a doctor, it reduces the effectiveness of the action of anesthetics.
  • After treatment, exclude active rest or intensive work.
  • With viral, bacterial diseases of the throat, with a slight "stuffiness" of the nose, even if there is no temperature, you should refuse to visit the dentist.
  • You can not eat hot and spicy food on the day of surgery.
  • After the operation, the reception of hot food is possible only after 24 hours.
  • Do not eat for 4-6 hours after surgery.
  • To prevent bleeding and edema, ice should be applied for 15-20 minutes every hour for 2 days from the time of surgery.
  • Do not touch the operated zone.
  • You should exclude the use of alcohol, bath, sauna, hypothermia, stress for 3-5 days.
  • Do not apply heating pad or compresses.
  • You need to sleep on the opposite side of the operation.
  • Compliance with hygiene will speed up postoperative rehabilitation. At the same time, during the cleaning of teeth, it is necessary to spare the postoperative zone and use a soft brush.
  • It is necessary to regularly make oral baths from decoction of chamomile or sage taking into account all the recommendations of the doctor.
  • Be sure to contact the clinic for a follow-up check at the time prescribed by your doctor.
  • After operation:
  • Do not, eat for 2-4 hours.
  • Do not drink or eat hot for 6 hours.
  • Do not warm and do not cool down the surgical site.
  • Do not rinse your mouth during the day.
  • Follow all the recommendations of a doctor, only on the recommendation of a doctor before the removal of stitches make baths or rinses antiseptic 5-6 times a day.
  • To take medicine in a timely manner.
  • Remember, that:
  • Surgery is a trauma, if you have aching pain this is normal.
  • It is possible to cut the incision within 1-12 hours (this depends on the coagulability of the blood).
  • The appearance of swelling at the site of surgery is a natural reaction of the body to trauma.
  • Possible temporary numbness of the skin and (or) adjacent zones.
  • Possibly a slight increase in body temperature.
  • You should consult a doctor if:
  • Pain increases, or persists for more than 12 hours.
  • Increased bleeding, or persists for more than 12 hours.
  • One or more stitches are lost.
  • A putrid smell appeared from his mouth.
  • It is difficult or painful to open your mouth.
  • Body temperature increased more than 12 hours.
  • Persistent numbness of the skin and contiguous zones for more than 14 days.
  • Swelling increases or persists for more than 3 days.
  • The effect of bleaching lasts about 2 years, but the result depends on the individual characteristics and compliance with these recommendations. Not recommended:
  • Within 7 days after teeth whitening, eating foods rich in coloring substances (coffee, black tea, red wine, etc.)
  • It is not recommended to smoke, as Tobacco smoke can provoke darkening of the teeth.
  • Not recommended the use of lipstick.
  • It is not recommended to simultaneously eat foods with a large temperature difference.
  • What should remember:
  • It is necessary to use fluoride rinse aid for the oral cavity.
  • You should use a whitening paste in the morning and a fluoride-containing paste in the evening.
  • Use a toothbrush "medium hardness".
  • It is recommended to purchase oral care products in specialized stores / pharmacies (this guarantees the quality of the purchased product).
  • It is not recommended to eat for 1-2 hours.
  • Sensitivity to sour or sweet will be after 1-2 days.
  • When there is bleeding, it is recommended to rinse with special solutions 2-3 times a day, it is recommended to rinse with fluoride preparations or use a toothpaste that removes sensitivity.
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