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7200 Bristlewood Drive, Boardman, OH 44512

 
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Tooth Extraction - Post Operative Care:

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Be sure to keep the gauze in your mouth with firm pressure for 30 minutes.
If bleeding should start again, place a fresh piece of gauze over the bleeding area. Bite on gauze with firm, steady pressure for 1 hour. Do not chew on the gauze.
For the first 24 hours, brush your remaining teeth 3 times a day. Do not rinse your mouth, or use any mouthwash products.
After 24 hours are up, rinse your mouth with warm salt water (1 teaspoon salt in an 8 ounce glass of warm water). At least 4 or 5 times a day to help keep the extraction clean.
If you experience any pain, take due pain pills as directed on the package or bottle. Be sure to take any medications as directed.
While sleeping or relaxing, it is important to keep your head raised on 2 or 3 pillows. This will prevent any bleeding or swelling.
Be sure to drink plenty of fluids and eat anything you can swallow. Do not eat foods such as nuts, patato chips, or spicy foods, etc.
Do not drink any alcoholic beverages or smoke for at least a 24-hour period.
Do not drink with a straw for 24 hours.
Do not spit, because spitting will cause more bleeding. Exess saliva and a little bit of blood may look like a lot of bleeding from your extraction site.
It is advised that you return hom and rest after having one or more teeth extracted.
You may experience black and blue marks after your extraction. Do not worry, tese are only bruises and will dissapear in a few days.
During your healing process, you may have a small, sharp bone fragments which will loosen and come through your gum. These are not roots. If these bone fragments are very bothersome, call the office and arrange for them to be removed.
If your pain after the extraction increases after 72 hours (3 days), or if you have any continued bleeding, call the office.
Please feel free to call the office to report any condition that appears to be unusual. We may be reached during regular office hours at 330-726-0090. Should you have any other serious problem when we are not in the office, please call Medical-Dental Bureau at 330-742-7769.