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You're not the first person to worry about the pain associated with periodontal and implant surgery. Many people expect pain either during or after treatment and frequently ask how much is involved. Their fear comes not only from the possibility of pain but also from the sounds they hear and the pressure they feel during these procedures. Patients are also concerned that they will have difficulty chewing, speaking, or sleeping afterward because of discomfort. Many are also concerned about facial swelling or black-and-blue marks.

However, both periodontal and implant surgery can be performed in a gentle, delicate manner that minimizes pain, swelling, and discomfort. People have different pain thresholds, and some patients are therefore more apt to feel small to moderate amounts of pain than others. http://www.medorder.eu/WOODPECKER-DTE-Dental-Wireless-850-1000mwcm2-Curing-Light-LUXE-168555.html

My experience has taught me that there are many small steps a surgeon can take to reduce a patient's discomfort both during and after surgery.

I begin such procedures by using a topical anesthetic to numb the gum and then slowly inject small amounts of local anesthesia to help decrease the discomfort of the injection itself. Most of my patients have minimal swelling and no black-and-blue marks after surgery. This is the result of careful handling of the facial tissues, including the cheeks and lips, and delicate use of the surgical instruments.

Once stitches are tied, tissues swell, which can cause postoperative discomfort. Ensuring that stitches are not pulled too tightly can reduce this.

Many postoperative steps can minimize pain, including the use of Advil or aspirin on the first day of surgery, every four hours. Frequent use of ice, for at least 15 minutes every hour, can also help when begun immediately after surgery. Both ice and Advil or aspirin have the ability to reduce the amount of swelling that occurs in the mouth. I believe, and studies have shown, that using both methods together will reduce swelling and discomfort for the rest of the week. After the first day, I encourage patients to rinse with warm salt water throughout the day to bathe and soothe the tissues. This offers additional relief. After certain procedures, I remove sutures, or stitches, within 4 to 7 days rather than waiting 7 to 14 days, which also works to reduce discomfort. Removing sutures early, however, is completely dependent on the opinion of the surgeon involved. Certain procedures require sutures to remain in place for specific time periods, based on wound-healing studies.
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