Instructions after Implant Placement

//Instructions after Implant Placement

Instructions after Implant Placement

Instructions for implant placement, with or without bone graft

  • Avoid smoking for 3 days, for better and faster healing of soft and hard tissues.
  • Apply ice to the site of surgery for 2-3 hours only on the first day of surgery, without direct skin contact (put on a towel), hold it for 10 minutes and take it away for another 10. This will reduce edema (swelling) )
  • Avoid hot and lukewarm foods and liquids for 24 hours
  • Avoid eating at the site of surgery for at least 3 days
  • Avoid exercise and heavy work for at least 48 hours
  • You will be given a special toothbrush with which you can wash the site of the operation fearlessly for the next few days.
  • Wash with saline 3 times a day for 3 days (a glass of wine with a teaspoon).
  • You will be given a special chlorhexidine mouthwash recipe to use for washing.
  • You will be given a special chlorhexidine gel which you will be able to place at the end of the surgery.
  • Minor bleeding is normal in the early hours.
  • You do not have to rinse your mouth constantly because it does not allow the wound to heal.
  • In case of severe bleeding after 48 hours contact us for instructions, or go to the doctor for a checkup.
  • Be careful not to bite your lips as long as the anesthesia lasts.
  • At night try to sleep later than the usual, and sleep with your head slightly raised
  • Pain and discomfort are likely to exist. And it’s perfectly normal
  • You may have a fever.
  • Edema is likely to occur. It usually gets completely after 14 days. The more invasive the treatment, the more likely it is to have edema.
  • Pain and discomfort are likely to exist. And it’s perfectly normal
  • You may have a fever.
  • Edema is likely to occur. It usually gets completely after 14 days. The more invasive the treatment, the more likely it is to have edema.
  • The sutures are removed after 14 days.
  • During this time there is a possibility that a suture will loosen or cut. In this case there is no reason to worry, but you can always visit us at the dental office for a checkup.
  • If symptoms develop after 10-15 days please contact us.

 

Instructions for Sinus Lifting, with or without Implant Placement

  • Avoid smoking for 3 days, for better and faster healing of soft and hard tissues.
  • Apply ice to the area of ​​intervention for 2-3 hours only on the first day of surgery, without direct skin contact (put on a towel), hold it for 10 minutes and the take it away for another 10. This will reduce edema (swelling).
  • Avoid hot and lukewarm foods and liquids for 24 hours
  • Avoid eating at the site of surgery for at least 3 days
  • Avoid exercise and heavy work for at least 48 hours
  • You will be given a special toothbrush with which you can wash the site of the operation fearlessly for the next few days.
  • Wash with saline 3 times a day for 3 days (a glass of wine with a teaspoon).
  • You will be given a special chlorhexidine mouthwash recipe to use for washing.
  • You will be given a special chlorhexidine gel which you will be able to place at the end of the surgery.
  • Minor bleeding is normal in the early hours.
  • You do not have to rinse your mouth constantly because it does not allow the wound to heal.
  • In case of severe bleeding after 48 hours contact us for instructions, or go to the doctor for a checkup.
  • Be careful not to bite your lips as long as the anesthesia lasts.
  • At night try to sleep later than usual, and sleep with your head slightly raised
  • Pain and discomfort are likely to exist. And it’s perfectly normal
  • You may have a fever.
  • Edema is likely to occur. It usually gets completely after 14 days. The more invasive the treatment, the more likely it is to have edema.
  • Pain and discomfort are likely to exist. And it’s perfectly normal
  • Edema is likely to occur. It usually gets completely after 14 days. The more invasive the treatment, the more likely it is to have edema.
  • The sutures are removed after 14 days.
  • During this time there is a possibility that a suture will loosen or cut. In this case there is no reason to worry, but you can always visit us at the office for a checkup.
  • If symptoms develop after 10-15 days please contact us.

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