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Title: Dental Courses in India | Dental Clinic in Delhi


1
POST TREATMENT CARE 
Routine oral hygiene   It is very important to
maintain your daily dental care regimen.  
  • Brushing
  • Brush your teeth after every meal with prescribed
    fluoridated toothpaste and a soft bristle
    toothbrush. Brush in a circular motion over every
    surface of your teeth.

Dr Sachdevas Dental Aesthetic And Implant
institute , I 101, Ashok Vihar Phase 1, Delhi-
110052
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  • Flossing

Flossing helps to break down the tartar that
builds up between the teeth and gums where brush
might not clean properly. Gently floss between
your teeth and gums and it will result in healthy
gums that do not bleed during flossing.  
  • Regular Cleanings
  • It is recommended to have your teeth cleaned
    every six months to help prevent any dental
    cavities or tartar build-up. Please contact us
    and we will schedule it for you.

3
DENTURES
We want our patients to go home feeling content
and confident. After giving denture, patients are
apprehensive about them as it is new for their
routine and it takes time to adjust to it. So
here is what you need to know
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  • ADJUSTMENT PERIOD
  • Eating Eating may feel slightly awkward and
    uncomfortable during the first few days following
    your denture placement. One may also notice an
    increase in the amount of saliva production.
  • Speaking
  • Patients have difficulty during initial time
    after wearing denture to say words. But as you
    practice difficult words, the muscles, jaw bones,
    and tongue will begin to become stronger and know
    how to interact with one another as you speak.
  • Daily Mouth Care
  • It is very important that you do NOT wear the
    dentures at night for the first seven days. Your
    gums and jawbones need rest after wearing denture
    the whole day.

5
BRIDGE AND CROWNS
  • After the crown placement
  • If anesthesia was used, your lips and tongue
    might feel numb for some hours. Be careful to
    avoid biting your cheek, tongue, or lips. The
    tooth may be sensitive to pressure, sweet foods,
    or different temperatures but if it persists
    longer than four weeks, you will need to contact
    your dentist as soon as possible.

6
  • Taking Care of Temporary Crown
  • We recommend you to avoid sticky foods such as
    gum or other types of candy. Try not to eat in
    the side of the mouth that received the temporary
    crown. Do not eat hard fruits or vegetables such
    as carrots or apples as hardness of these types
    of foods may also cause the temporary crown to
    get lose and fall off. If your crown gets loose,
    contact your dentist.
  •  
  • Daily Mouth Care
  • Crown requires the same amount of care as natural
    teeth. Make sure to brush your teeth after every
    meal and floss daily. We recommend that you have
    your teeth cleaned every 6 months.

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  • TOOTH EXTRACTION
  •  
  • Bleeding will occur for the first few hours
    following the procedure. Therefore it is advised
    to bite down on clean moist gauze placed over the
    socket for 30-45 minutes the pressure will help
    prevent bleeding. If bleeding persists longer
    than 24 hours, contact our office immediately.

8
  • Do not rinse or spit for the first 24 hours.
    After the first day, rinse your mouth with warm
    saltwater three times a day to reduce any
    swelling.
  • Do not smoke, drink hot liquids, carbonate
    drinks, or use straws. These actions can cause
    loosening of the blood clot which will prolong
    the healing process.

9
  • Sleep with you head elevated (recliner or an
    extra pillow).
  •  
  • Your lips and tongue may feel numb due to
    anesthesia for a few hours. Therefore be careful
    when you chew your food to avoid biting your
    cheek, tongue, or lips. If the numbness persists
    longer than 24 hours, please contact us
    immediately.
  •  
  • Swelling in the area of extraction is normal. To
    help reduce swelling, wrap an ice pack in a
    washcloth place it on the area from where the
    tooth was removed from cheek side.

10
  • Try to eat from the opposite site of extraction.
    If all four teeth were removed, eat cold, soft
    food only such as pudding.
  •  
  • Difficulty in opening jaw is common following
    extractions and will return to normal in a few
    days.
  •  
  • You may experience pain during your recovery.
    Over the counter pain medications can be used for
    relief.

11
  • When you brush your teeth avoid the teeth next
    too where the extracted tooth was present for the
    first 24 hours.
  •  
  • Most importantly rest and relax. Doing too much
    physical activity may hinder the healing process

12
FILLINGS
  • If you experience pain while eating, contact us
    at your earliest convenience.
  •  
  • If any anesthesia was used, your lips and tongue
    may feel numb for a few hours. If the numbness
    persists longer than 24 hours, please contact us
    immediately.
  •  
  • If sensitivity to pressure, sweet foods, or
    different temperatures persists longer than four
    weeks, contact our office at your earliest
    convenience.
  •  
  • Maintain regular dental healthcare routine such
    as brushing and flossing daily.
  •  
  • Make regular dental appointments for teeth
    cleanings.

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  • For more information, you can book an
    appointment at
  • Dr. Sachdevas Dental Aesthetic And Implant
    Institute
  • I 101, Ashok Vihar Phase 1, Delhi- 110052
  • Contact us at
  • Phone 919818894041,01142464041
  • Our Websites
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