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Do not eat food for two hours and do not press your teeth together and strictly avoid chewing food until the numbness is completely gone, because due to numbness, there is a possibility of biting the tongue and lips and causing severe wounds.
Up to 48 hours if your teeth are filled with the same color as eating colored substances such as coffee, tea, soft drinks, puffs, desserts, etc., as well as smoking (use nicotine label in case of severe dependence on smoking) to Avoid the cause of discolored restored teeth and eat white ingredients such as rice, milk, yogurt, bread, bananas, puree, etc.
Avoid chewing and sticky foods for 24 hours and strictly avoid pressing your teeth together.
If you have a dressing on your tooth, do not eat for two hours and do not chew food in that area until the next session. Do not worry if some of the dressing falls off. Only covering the roots with a dressing is important.
If you feel tall, call the office as soon as possible or send a message to WhatsApp office and refer to the height lift. If the height is not removed, there is a possibility of breaking the tooth.
Blackening of restoratives filled with silver restoratives is normal.
There are no restrictions on brushing for denervated teeth. Only floss for up to 24 hours if non-colored materials are used to repair you.
In all likelihood, the corner of your lip may become sore due to the stretch of your lips. In this case, get vitamin A-D ointment from the pharmacy and moisturize your lips three times a day.
In all likelihood, you may have trouble swallowing food and opening your mouth for up to 10 days, which is normal and resolves over time.
It is normal to have patches of restorative material in your mouth. Rinse these substances out of the mouth with water in the mouth.
Suppose a person’s finger is amputated. Is the amputation of that person’s finger nerves a valid reason that the person is not in pain? Amputation of any nerve means amputation of a part of a nerve that remains in the body and causes pain after denervation of the severed end of the nerve. Sometimes this pain is below the pain threshold of the person and we do not feel pain, but sometimes we may feel In this case, we can prevent this pain by taking painkillers such as novafen. In fact, pain after denervation is normal and does not mean incomplete denervation. If this pain persists for more than a week, there is a possibility of tooth restoration (even imperceptible heights), in which case see your dentist for an examination.
Visit the center every 6-12 months to check other teeth. These checkups are very important and with these checkups, you prevent tooth extraction that can be maintained with a denervation treatment, and you prevent tooth denervation that can be treated with a restoration, and in addition to reducing long-term costs, your oral health You also guarantee.
Denervation and restoration of the tooth does not mean that the tooth will not decay in the future, if you do not observe the hygiene of your tooth, it will decay from another place such as the border between the tooth and the restoration, and this decay will reduce the life of the previous restoration.
In case of excessive swelling around the area of the tooth where the denervation is, contactthe office or send a message to WhatsApp office.
Ninety percent of denervated teeth need a veneer (due to the pressure-dissipating property of the veneer) due to the weakening of the tooth structure during denervation and access to the canals. Cover your teeth as soon as possible.
Click here for instructions on the medications you have been prescribed. Take your medication with a full glass of water and as much as possible with a full stomach (to prevent stomach pain). Take all medications as directed. Each of these instructions has a scientific reason. For example, it is necessary to take the prescribed painkillers despite the pain because these painkillers have anti-inflammatory properties and prevent swelling and bruising of the face as much as possible.
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