Surgery: Tooth Removal


Keep pressure on the extraction site with the cotton gauze provided to you with written post operative instructions for 1-3 hours to help control the bleeding. Change as cotton gauze becomes saturated by folding 2 or 3 times and placing over extraction site and close to keep pressure on site.

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You have just had either a permanent crown or bridge cemented onto your natural tooth/teeth. They replace your natural tooth structure and should give you years of good service…provided you observe the following cautions:

Try to avoid eating or drinking hot liquids on the new crown or bridge for 24 hours. This allows the cement to permanently setup for optimal strength and retention.

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Try to avoid eating on the side that you are numb until the anesthetic wears off.

Children should be observed until the anesthetic wears off. Due to the strange feeling of the anesthetic, many children will chew the inside of their lips, cheeks or tongue which can cause serious damage.

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Try to avoid eating on the side where your new temporary crown is. While the temporary crown is designed to protect your tooth prior to delivery of the permanent crown, it can still dislodge or fracture. The temporary crown is meant only to serve your needs while a permanent crown is being made especially for you.

Color: The color of the acrylic temporary crown does not resemble the final permanent crown.

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Jupiter Family Dental

6779 W. Indiantown Rd.#17, Jupiter, FL 33458

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