Do you have a low tolerance for pain? Are you scared to correct your teeth because of the pain that may come from it? Have you heard horror stories about the pain that comes from dental implants?
Well, everyone’s experience is different. You may or may not experience pain when it comes to dental implants. A dentist in Framingham, MA is more than happy to assist you with letting you know what the experience will be like when you get dental implants.
What Should You Expect While Getting Dental Implants?
When you are having dental implantation surgery, it is usually done under dental sedation, local anesthesia, or general anesthesia which means you shouldn’t feel any pain during the dental implant surgery.
With recovery, there could be some pain and or discomfort and can last a few days, but it is often cured with using medication. If you have pain that lasts more than a few days and/or the pain gets worse, your team of dental professionals will be able to instruct you on the best plan to take. Post-surgical pain symptoms following dental implant surgery included:
- Surgery site bleeding
- Face and gum swelling
- Minor bruising
- Pain in the jaw
A proper after care routine will be given to you by the oral surgeon once the dental implant surgery is complete which will include but not be limited to:
- Pain medications like over the counter or prescription
- Try to avoid hot or hard foods as much as possible
- Reduce swelling with ice packs
- Depending on how you feel, rest the day of the procedure and maybe a few days after
- Surgical care site instructions
Interested In Learning More?
After reading this article and noticing the pain is not as horror as it may sound, are you ready to jumpstart your journey today and get your dental implants? Are you ready to smile like you have never smiled before?
Call our doctors, Mark A. Hanna, DMD, Gregory L. Paskerian, DMD, MAGD, FICD, and Makram Youssef, DMD, MAGD, FICD, in our office by Framingham, MA and schedule your consultation to start your journey to regain your confidence and smiling more!