To remove a tooth - through such an intervention, at least once in life, any person passes. Sometimes it is the only way to get rid of the pain that bothers and does not let you live peacefully, although modern dentistry does its best to keep the tooth healthy at all costs. Remove it, usually in a dental clinic, for which surgical dental instruments are used. At removal try not to damage a number of located teeth and save their bone tissue.
What to do after tooth extraction? First, you need to know about normal manifestations after such an operation. A slight increase in temperature, pain in the area of the removed tooth, which gradually subsides, but does not build up and is removed by drugs, small edema or even bruising in people for whom increased blood pressure is normal. All this is a natural consequence of a surgical operation to remove a tooth.
So, what to do after tooth extraction? In the wound, the doctor will put a cotton swab soaked in blood-oil. Within a few hours the blood in the wound turns off, forming a clot, the bleeding stops, and the swab can be removed. On the day of surgery, as a rule, rinse your mouth with special disinfecting solutions do not recommend that the wound again not begin to bleed. Soda solution or furatsilin appointed after complex deletions - no earlier than a day. Rinses are carried out neatly, without excessive fanaticism, in order to avoid new bleeding. Often, the patient calls the doctor and asks: "What can I do after I remove the tooth? I can not open my mouth well?" This happens, and especially often when resecting complex, distant teeth, which include the "eight".
The eighth tooth often grows incorrectly. Because of its size, it simply does not have enough space in the dentition, and it tends to extend into the area of either the cheek or the tongue, and also often presses against the seventh tooth, creating some discomfort for the person. In addition, this tooth is purely physically difficult to clean, so it is often affected by tooth decay. As a rule, the G8 is not treated, but is removed. Removal of the eighth tooth is performed under local anesthesia, sometimes after surgery the doctor can impose seams.
Also, to complex procedures include the removal of a retreaded tooth. This is the tooth that for some reason did not erupt or did it partially. Often this is due to tightness in the toothbnom row, and also because of the excessively early removal of milk teeth. In any case, such teeth do not have a good effect on growing nearby, create a certain discomfort for a person and purely visually change the dentition. Such teeth must be removed. Unfortunately, to get to the retin ed tooth, you have to cut the gum, and the wound after this operation can bleed longer than usual. What to do after tooth extraction in this situation? First, it is important to listen to the doctor's recommendations and accurately follow them. Secondly, at such removal the doctor necessarily appoints antibiotics, which are selected individually. These drugs are used necessarily, because the incision of the gums, which is well supplied with blood, heal for a long time. With an open wound in your mouth, there is always the risk that the remains of food will remain in it and begin to rot.
However, if tooth extraction is the only possible solution, it is necessary to take it and do this operation. In any case, surviving the removal of the tooth and the period after that is easier than an unbearable toothache. And if you follow the advice of a doctor, the wound will heal quickly and without problems.