Is It Permissible To Perform Impacted Molars Surgery?
morning. tomorrow I have to do a molar impact surgery. only my condition is currently having a fever, cough, flu and dizziness. can I still do the operation? thank you
From the information you conveyed, there is an action plan for the graham tooth impaction that you have planned, but your current physical condition is not in optimal condition, so you should be able to postpone this action until your fever, cough, flu complaints improve or heal. Because when your physical condition decreases, your physical recovery will also decrease, especially if you experience eating disorders afterwards.
Unless this fever complaint is caused by complications from your toothache, surgery may still be performed.
However, you should still visit your dentist to check your physical condition so that your dentist can help reduce your complaints and you can recover quickly and can continue with surgery.
Therefore, however, it all depends on your dentist knowing your clinical condition, because your dentist understands your health better.
For now, you can sleep well and avoid sleeping late.
That is the information we can convey, read also tooth impaction.