Can Dental Treatment With The Condition Of The Remaining Teeth That Have Not Been Pulled?
Today I have just extracted Graham’s lower left tooth, but according to the dentist who treats me there is still a part of the tooth that has not been extracted so I have to go back to extract my teeth two months after that. What I want to ask is that during the 2 month break I can do dental treatment such as coral removal and dental fillings …? Thank you
Remaining teeth that have not been removed do need to be removed so as not to cause other problems in the future. Post-extraction of the teeth takes time for the gums to recover, generally 3 days to about 2 weeks depending on the condition of each patient. Sometimes after tooth extraction, the dentist gives medicines such as painkillers to reduce the pain that arises.
You can take medicine from the dentist according to the dentist's recommendation. Besides that to support the healing process you can do the following tips:
Bite the cotton given for 3-4 hours Cold compress Do not chew on the side that is temporarily removed Consumption of food that is easily chewed Gargle gently with warm salt water slowly for the first 24 hours after being revoked Keep brushing teeth, but do not brush the gums that are pulled teeth to while avoiding smoking For other dental treatments, it is certainly adjusted to the condition of your teeth and mouth. You can exercise control with your dentist after the gums heal and consult the teeth to be patched. Generally, if the gums have healed, other actions can be done, but this also depends on the treatment plan that will be given next yes.
Hope it helps you,