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Dental Surgery

Many times, when a dentist mentions dental surgery it is met with widespread panic and fear from their patients. The idea is that dental surgery is a painful and expensive procedure. However, what many patients don’t realize is that dental surgery is very common and includes procedures that address conditions that many people have and suffer from. Each patient is different and every case is treated accordingly.

Common Types of Dental Surgery

There are many types of oral surgery, including surgical procedures such as a tooth removal or a root canal. Some oral surgeries involve the repositioning of the jaw. In other instances, oral surgery may involve the removal of a tumor.

  • Root Canals
  • Dental Implants
  • Wisdom Tooth Extraction
  • Reconstructive
  • Cosmetic
  • Endodontic

How do I prepare for oral surgery?

Prepare for an oral surgery in the same way you would for any serious medical procedure, depending on the type of surgery. And always make sure to follow your dentist’s direction.

  • Start by making sure that the space you’re returning home to is clean and neat, so you’re comfortable for at least a couple of days, if necessary.
  • Set up your bed so that, if need be, you can sit at an incline.
  • Follow the pre-surgery instructions your oral surgeon gives you. Typically you will be asked to refrain from eating or drinking anything in the 8-10 hours before your surgery.
  • Arrange for transportation back home, if necessary. Talk to your oral surgeon about what kind of anesthesia you’ll be getting. Some types of anesthesia can inhibit your ability to drive. Depending on the type of oral surgery you’re having you may have a topical or local anesthetic. If you are having an IV anesthesia, you’ll need someone to drive you home.

What are some important aspects of oral surgery recovery?

Your oral surgery recovery is of critical importance to the outcomes you and your dentists have discussed. Don’t smoke or drink alcohol afterward—they can slow your healing process.

Be patient with yourself. Depending on the type of oral surgery you’ve had, recovery can range from 48 hours to 1 month. Make sure you follow up with your dentist as directed.

Dental Insurances

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Jadent Dental Clinic

Our office is Located at Miami, FL. Our working hours are Monday to Friday from 9AM to 7PM and Saturdays from 10AM to 2PM.