Post-op Teeth on Implants Surgery



Dexamethasone as prescribed. One Tablet for three days (with breakfast. Half a tablet for the next 3 days (with breakfast). The Dexamethasone will assist with discomfort and help prevent swelling and bruising.
As Prescribed, take the full course, usually with meals.
PAIN RELIEF for at least two days as needed.
Ibuprofen (Nurofen) – 2 Tablets every 4-6 Hours Ibuprofen (Nurofen) – 2 Tablets every 4-6 Hours Panadiene Extra – 1-2 Tablets every 4-6 Hours Ibuprofen (Nurofen) – 2 Tablets every 4-6 Hours Panadiene Forte – 1-2 Tablets every 4-6 Hours
MOUTHWASH Curasept or Savacol in the morning and evening and salt water rinse at other times after meals.

For the first 36 hours, Ice-packs for 20 minutes on, 20 minutes off will help to prevent and reduce swelling
Modify your diet to decease hard food intake avoiding the surgical area. Ensure you remove your denture as recommended for cleaning.


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Slight bleeding after surgery is not unusual. Your saliva may be tinged with blood for up
to twenty-four (24) hours. Gauze should be left in place over the surgery site for at least two (2) hours
maintaining firm biting pressure. Note: Sinus bone graft patients may experience bleeding through the
nose for up to 24 hours after surgery. A gauze pack will be placed over the site after surgery. Do not
forcefully spit or irritate the surgery site. This may cause further bleeding. If bleeding persists, it may be
controlled with pressure.
1. Moisten a clean gauze and place directly over the extraction site. Apply moderate biting
pressure for approximately ½ hour. Repeat if necessary.

It is not uncommon to have discomfort and pain for the first few days after surgery. Take pain
medications as needed. The first day it is recommended to take medication even with minimal pain as it
is easier to prevent pain than decrease it. Pain medications are most effective when taken before local
anaesthesia diminishes and normal sensation returns. Do not take pain pills on an empty stomach.
Narcotic pain medication such as codeine, oxycodone, or hydrocodone may cause nausea, vomiting,
drowsiness, dizziness, itching or constipation. If these side effects occur, discontinue the medication.
You may take an alternative over the counter pain medication as necessary or call our office for
assistance. Note: Codeine can be supplemented with Ibuprofen (Nurofen).
SWELLING: After surgery, swelling around the mouth, cheeks, eyes, and side of face is very common.
This is the body’s normal reaction to surgery and eventual repair. Swelling usually will not become
apparent until the day following surgery and will not reach its maximum until 2-3 days post-operatively.
However, the swelling may be minimized by the immediate use of ice packs. Apply an ice pack to the
outside of your face over the surgery site for twenty (20) minutes on, twenty (20) minutes off for the
first twenty-four (24) hours. Prepare several cold packs by putting damp washcloths in small zip lock
freezer bags. These should be placed in your freezer for use following surgery. Poly-vinyl bags of frozen
peas work well also.
After twenty-four (24) hours, moist heat can be applied to the area as ice will increase swelling.
Sleeping with your head elevated above the level of the heart for the first two post-operative nights
Tends to lessen swelling.
BRUISING: Bruising is also very common after surgery. Bruising can be present over the surgery site
and to the lower chin area. The development of black, blue, green, or yellow discoloration is due to
blood spreading beneath the tissues. This is a normal post-operative occurrence, which may occur 2-3
days post-operatively and last up to 14 days. Moist heat applied to the area may speed up the removal
of the discoloration.

Nausea may result from anaesthesia medications or the drugs prescribed for pain. To minimize
this possibility avoid taking any medications on an empty stomach. Take all medications with a small
amount of food. If you feel nauseated or sick to your stomach drink clear liquids such as Ginger Ale, 7UP,
apple juice, broth or try eating toast and crackers.
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