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What Not to Do After Getting a Tooth Extractions Carrollton?

October 4, 2017

Filed under: tooth extraction — celebrationfamilydental @ 6:16 pm

There are certain things a person should keep in mind after their tooth extraction surgery has been performed. The teeth extraction process, though a simple one and also a quick one, could sometimes take particular time, depending on the people on which the surgery is being performed. The maximum time that is taken during the procedure is for making sure the patient is numb enough not to feel any pain or anxiety involved.

The whole process is not intriguing, a simple and routine procedure performed by the best dentist in Carrollton every day. What is important to us, is related to what exactly happens to you after your surgery is performed.

Here is a list of things that you must avoid when it comes to taking care of your dental aesthetics right after your tooth extraction surgery is performed:

  • You must avoid stress most of the time, after your surgery. This should be your general and primary aim after the surgery. If you stress up, you are only going to give rise to your blood flow, which is going to be stimulated and be pushed into your new and empty dental socket. If this happens, it could lead to it being dislodging. You should not take stress in any form, mentally or emotionally, or by picking up heavy things, and also exercise.
  • You should avoid a dry socket at all times. A dislodged clot can lead to having a dry socket in your mouth, which can leave the socket in your mouth open and exposed. This entails that the nerves and bones in your affected area can pain a lot and can also be prone to infections of major kinds, leading to damages in your dental area.
  • Certain food items must be avoided immediately after your teeth extraction surgery. You should avoid food items that are sharp, pokey and hard. Thus, things like popcorn, carrots, potato chips, nachos, etc. should be avoided. Even your bad habits of chewing your pens must be avoided. You should shift your attention and appetite to softer food items and drinks, milkshakes, porridge, soups, yogurt, smoothies, potatoes, etc. must be chosen most of the time a couple of days after the surgery. Anything that has vitamin A or vitamin C should be consumed in larger quantities.
  • You should avoid sucking motions of all kinds. Your dental sockets can be dislodged this way if you have just undergone a tooth extraction surgery. In addition to this, you should also avoid smoking at all costs.
  • After your teeth extraction surgery, you should also avoid flossing and brush your teeth, as far as that particular area is concerned. You could opt for rinsing your mouth after your meal, but you must avoid brushing and flossing.

For more details contact: Celebration Family Dental, 3720 North Josey Lane Suite 106 Carrollton, TX 75007. Call (469) 607-8009.

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