Preparing for the Procedure

Preparing for oral surgery involves several steps to ensure your safety and comfort. Here are some essential points to consider:

Health Assessment

Our team will assess your blood pressure and inquire about any systemic disorders or known drug sensitivities.

Consent and Medication

You will receive detailed explanations of the procedure and may be required to sign a consent form. Medication may be prescribed based on the dentist’s recommendations.

Medication Adjustments

Adjustments to medications like aspirin and blood thinners might be necessary before surgery.

Mitral Valve Prolapse (MVP)

If you have MVP, antibiotics and oral sedation may be recommended.

Post-Op Self-Care

After your oral surgery, proper care is essential for a smooth recovery. Here are important guidelines to follow:


Traces of blood in saliva are normal for a few hours post-treatment. Avoid forceful rinsing to protect the clot.

Pain Management

Discomfort is common, and pain can be managed with recommended analgesics.

Swelling and Edema

Swelling may occur; use ice packs as instructed to alleviate discomfort.

Oral Hygiene

While maintaining oral hygiene is crucial, be gentle around the surgical site.

Diet and Nutrition

A soft diet is recommended initially, along with adequate hydration.

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Pre-Op and Post-Op Instructions