The Feeling That Is Left After Surgery For The Back Molars And Their Stitches?
I Ivan wanted to ask, it’s been a week since I had a tooth surgery to grow on the back of the lower right graham, when the operation went smoothly and smoothly, there was no swelling and bleeding, but something was strange, the gum part where the suture was hard to reach to clean. As a result, I have seen a lot of food scraps covered by gum sutures until now, and recently my teeth hurt when I drink cold water, even though the day before it was okay. and also how to clean leftover food near the seams that are difficult to reach ??
From the information you have conveyed, there is a history of graham's tooth extraction one week ago, with a good recovery journey, then you can continue this treatment as you did the previous treatment. And if you have difficulty with food debris stuck to the operation area or on the stitches, then you can use a soft toothbrush, or to make it easier, you can use a children's toothbrush for easy reach. Gently clean each side, and rinse your mouth after every meal.
If you have surgery on a certain side, then you can eat on the healthy side, then immediately rinse and brush your teeth. Because leftover food after eating, it will be easier to clean than leftovers that have been sitting for a while.
And if you have 1 week of recovery after surgery, then you can consult directly with your dentist for examination and treatment after surgery. This consultation is carried out to control the surgical suture wound and find out the complications that accompany your complaint, such as the pain complaint you are currently feeling. Treatment and medication will be provided by your dentist according to the results obtained.
That is the information we can convey.