Extraction and Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
Every tooth extraction is different. Some are simple and some are more extensive procedures, possible surgical extractions. Surgical extraction is required whenever the tooth extraction becomes difficult. Conditions that warrant surgical removal would include cracked teeth, impacted teeth, severely decayed teeth, or any condition that makes the extraction a bit difficult.
Third molars known as wisdom teeth can become painful, difficult to clean and in most people are not necessary to hold on to. Extractions are done by qualified, experienced doctors who will try to provide the least traumatic experience possible.
Here are some important instructions after gouge or any process of surgery
• Do not spit , rinse or use mouth wash for 24 hours at least after a dislocation even directly to the disfunctional bleeding except one light ablutions
• Put a piece of sterile gauze and bite it for at least an hour, then remove the other one and do the same period.
• After removing the gauze. Do not try to tamper with your tongue, finger or brush the extracted part due to it may cause bleeding.
• Refrain from smoking for at least 24 hours.
• Do not drink hot or eat for at least 24 hours after the extraction process.
• Do not eat on the side that has been.
• Cold drink or eat after 6 hours of extraction, at least.