Some dental problems need oral surgery, which can be done by either your dentist or an oral surgeon. You may experience some pain, bleeding and swelling afterwards, however if these become excessive then you must call your medical professional immediately. Furthermore, if you feel nauseous, have a fever, or find any pains or swelling to increase rather than go down in the days following your surgery, you should seek medical attention.
You will be receiving either a general or a local anesthetic to help with your pain during the surgical procedure. Your pain will kick in when the anesthesia starts to wear off, as well as some soreness and discomfort that can last up to five days. It is important to rest, especially if you are given antibiotics to help prevent any infections.
Brampton oral surgery clinic Prima Dental offers oral surgery services including dental surgery in Brampton and Caledon.