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Dental implants have a very high rate of success
If you plan to have dental implants placed, or have recently been recommended for implants, then you probably
already know the wealth of benefits that they will provide. After all, having a full and healthy set of teeth is an
integral factor to your dental health. Before your implants can be fully utilized, however, they require a
successful recovery after surgery. www.implantsolutionsnow.net
While dental implants have a very high rate of success with few risks, nearly all patients can expect at least a
few side effects during the early stages of recovery. In order for patients to have appropriate expectations for the
post-surgical healing process and prepare accordingly, take the following notes into consideration. With the
right information and the skilled hands of Dr. David Turbyfill, a board certified oral surgeon, you can have a
successful and rewarding dental implant procedure. www.implantsolutionsnow.net
Early Side Effects of Surgery
Right after implant surgery is complete, you will likely feel the residual effects of the procedure’s anesthesia
and sedation. Although some patients may feel nauseous or light-heated afterward, most people are simply calm
and drowsy. With the help of a friend or family member, you can arrive home to begin your rest.
It is important at this time to begin taking your prescribed painkilling medication, in order to limit discomfort as
the anesthesia begins to wear off. Although some patients may be tempted to take a weaker analgesic or no
medication at all, prescription-strength painkillers are recommended for at least the first few days, and it is
much easier to prevent pain from setting in than to counter it afterward. www.implantsolutionsnow.net
In the hours following surgery, patients may notice light bleeding from the implants and their incisions. The
application of a gauze pad and light pressure should manage any temporary bleeding, which should resolve
completely by the end of the day.
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