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List Of Soft Diabetic Foods To Eat After Oral Surgery
Infection & healing: First know that patients with diabetes can successfully undergo routine dentoalveolar surgery without complication with the right precautions. Secondly risk factors will depend on the severity of your diabetes and ability to keep it controlled. Your surgeon may ask you about blood glucose levels or recent blood work to check your hba1c level. For controlled cases, this is not usually needed though. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Diabetes. Pen allergy. Cycle of clindamycin post oral surgery. "Probably infected in spots." Prescribed another Clin cycle combo w/ metronidazole. OK?
Soft diet: A soft diet following oral surgery is best. Sometimes a liquid diet can be maintained for a few days following the surgery. You don't want to eat something that will injure the surgical area, so avoid hard things like pretzels and the like. Usually you only need to maintain such a diet for about 5 to 7 days. Always follow the surgeon's instructions. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
When can I eat solids and brush my teeth again after having oral surgery? Got my wisdom teeth out.
I'm having oral surgery next wk to remove an apical periodontal cyst on my hard palate how will I feel afterwards will i be able to eat and talk?
Varies: If you smoke try to avoid as much as possible in the first three to five days to avoid possible healing complications. ...Read more
Teamwork: For adults with both teeth and jaws that don't match, both Orthodontic Treatment and Orthognathic Surgery provide the best result. Ask your Dentist to recommend the Orthodontic Specialist in your area that is the most experienced resolving adult malocclusions, and the Orthodontist will then recommend the Oral Surgeon that works best with his team. ...Read moreSee 5 more doctor answers
You should: Talk to your surgeon about your case. I find that most people do not need to be sedated once they understand the procedure. ...Read more
It depends: It depends on why your nerves are hypersensitive and which nerves are involved. Most likely taking the pain medication your dentist gave you should help. Maybe it would be better to try some anti-inflammatory medication like ibuprophen. You should take to your dentist about this. ...Read more
Yes : The resorbable sutures start to "dissolve" because of an inflammatory reaction that occurs in the body. They are meant to start "coming loose" or dissolve in 7-14 days. Sometimes they will fall out sooner if the knot unravels so it depends on how long ago you had them placed. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Ibuprofen 800mg: Every 6 hours (unless you have a contraindication), sleep slightly elevated, switch over to moist heat application after 48 hours. Sometimes steroids are given intra-operatively and even post-operatively if significant swelling is anticipated. Normal body response to surgery. Also, just has to "run its course". ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
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