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  1. To reduce bleeding, gently squeeze the sterile gauze into your mouth for two hours and avoid changing it, as the new sterile gauze will increase the bleeding due to dryness.
  2. To reduce bleeding, avoid spitting saliva with pressure and swallow as much as possible.
  3. The presence of blue blood is normal up to 24 hours after surgery. And do not worry if there is blood in the mouth.
  4. To reduce bleeding due to suction, do not use a straw to drink.
  5. For up to 24 hours, gently apply a cold compress (cold mineral water, unopened ice cream, ice-water mixture) to the operated area with a thin cloth from the outside of the mouth, spaced for ten minutes. Do minutes.
  6. Take all your medicines with a full glass of water from the corner of your mouth after one hour before the anesthetic wears off (due to the time-consuming effect of the painkillers), after one hour. Avoid taking Anahil tablets (pills to accelerate wound healing) on ​​the first day due to increased risk of bleeding.
  7. Up to 24 hours when sleeping, raise your head with the help of two pillows so that the blood pressure in your head is not high and sleep upwards.
  8. Avoid eating liquids and hot foods for 24 hours.
  9. Avoid brushing for up to 24 hours, and after 24 hours to ten days, do not brush only on the operated or extracted area, but clean other teeth with a toothbrush. After ten days, brush as usual.
  10. Refrain from smoking for up to 24 hours and use the nicotine label available at the pharmacy if you are heavily dependent on cigarettes.
  1. Eat soft and non-chewable foods for up to five days to prevent the wound from opening. You can mix foods that need to be chewed with a mixer. Especially in the first 24 hours, because during these 24 hours, due to the effects of the anesthetic, you may bite your lips severely and a large wound may form.
  2. After extracting the tooth, you will notice a hard and white body similar to a tooth in the extracted area, this body is not a tooth but a bone. Avoid manipulating it, which leads to infection.
  3. If after 24 hours, the extracted tooth area is bleeding, you can moisten the tea bag with water and leave it in the area for up to an hour. The tea bag contains a substance that prevents bleeding.
  4. Do not drink alcohol for five days.
  5. If after five days you have pain and you see that the tooth cavity has been extracted or surgically opened and the sutures have been opened and the food has accumulated inside the cavity, prepare a 10 cc syringe with a number of rinsing serum and sterile gauze. Bend the needle head of the syringe from the middle of ninety degrees and insert some needle head into the hole. Rinse the inside of the cavity after a meal for up to a week. If bleeding begins, cut a small piece of sterile gauze (available at the pharmacy) and gently press on the extracted tooth area for an hour.
  6. Avoid exercising and heavy work for ten days.
  7. Do not brush on the operated area for ten days.
  8. Avoid exercising and heavy work for ten days.
  9. Do not eat fizzy drinks for ten days.
  10. Do not chew food on the operated side for ten days, and if both sides of the operated mouth, eat soft foods and do not chew food. You can mix foods that need to be chewed with a mixer.
  11. To prevent and treat swelling for up to 24 hours after surgery, apply a cold compress (cold mineral water, unopened ice cream, a mixture of ice and water) to the operated area gently with a thin cloth from the outside of the mouth. Do this for ten minutes at ten minute intervals. After 24 hours, place a warm towel on the area outside the mouth for as long as five days. If the swelling increases after five days, call to office or send a message to WhatsAppoffice.
  12. You may have a slight fever for up to 24 hours, in which case do not worry if your fever persists after 24 hours or you have a fever after a few days, callthe office or send a message to WhatsApp office.
  13. To prevent dizziness, slowly change position for a day and avoid getting up quickly.
  14. You may experience hemorrhage or bruising at the surgical site. To remove and prevent this hemorrhage, apply a cold compress (cold mineral water, unopened ice cream, a mixture of ice and water) with a thin cloth on the outside for up to 24 hours after surgery. Gently place your mouth on the operated area and do this for ten minutes at ten minute intervals. After 24 hours, place a warm towel on the area outside the mouth for as long as five days.
  15. In all likelihood, the corner of your lip may become sore due to lip augmentation surgery. In this case, get a vitamin A-D ointment from a pharmacy and moisturize your lips three times a day.
  16. 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.
  17. If you have had surgery on your upper jaw, you may experience nosebleeds, which is normal.
  18. If your pain does not decrease with novafen capsule, you can take this capsule twice every eight hours. If your pain does not decrease for another hour, take naproxen 500 suppository every twelve hours with novafen capsule. Use every eight hours. If the pain does not relieve up to two hours with the officeCallor text WhatsApp Office.
  19. 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.
  20. In case of suturing during surgery or pulling, refer for suturing after ten days. Your suture may open spontaneously, which is not a cause for concern, refer for examination ten days later.
  21. It usually takes two months for the extracted tooth to heal. And it takes time.
  22. Click here for instructions on the medications you have been prescribed. Take your medications 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, taking prescribed painkillers is necessary despite the lack of pain because these painkillers have anti-inflammatory properties and prevent swelling and bruising of the face as much as possible.