The Use Of False Teeth After The Lips Are Stitched Due To An Accident?
Hello, I am 20 years old. I want to ask, one week ago I was in an accident. As a result, my front teeth were broken and the edges of my lips were torn, then the edges of my lips were sewn that day. , pairs of teeth must be required to open my mouth, right? I just picked up the stitches last Saturday, if I put my teeth on Monday, what can it be? Does it affect my newly removed sewing wound? Does it sound bad? Thanks for your explanation
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Wounds on the lips need to go through several phases of wound recovery until the wound closes. Several phases of wound healing to close the wound can take several weeks to several months depending on the size and depth of the wound, as well as good wound care during the wound healing process. One of the management of the wound is to sew the wound with the aim of tissue approximation / to get the tissue separate so that recovery can take place properly.
Need to be further explored about the condition of the wound at the edge of the torn lip and the condition of the broken tooth. If the wound on the edge of the lip has been sewn, it is necessary to control the stitches until the stitches on the wound can be removed and the tissue has healed properly. For issues regarding the recovery time and the installation of dentures, it cannot be ascertained because there is continuous monitoring of your wound condition. If the condition of the wound is well closed, there are no signs of bacterial contamination / infection, has consulted with the dentist regarding the condition of the installation of dentures, then the dentist can determine the installation of good dentures related to the condition of the wound in the lip area that you experience.
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Hopefully this information can help you,