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Complex prosthetic rehabilitations can often be complemented by pillar augmentations via dental implants. Modern implantology has opened up a new spectrum in dentistry in recent years. Especially in borderline situations, when the primary bone supply is insufficient, we are happy to help you. Modern implantology has opened up a new spectrum in dentistry in recent years. Especially in borderline situations, when the primary bone supply is insufficient, we are happy to help you.
We are happy to carry out bone augmentations such as attachment osteoplasty or open sinus lifts for you. We coordinate the planning with each other.
Do you have any further questions? We will be happy to inform you.
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We strongly recommend the following dos and don´ts to make sure that the surgical wound can heal fast and without any complications.
- Due to the local anaesthesia and the physical stress during surgery your ability to react as well as your fitness to drive is limited. Therefore we strongly recommend you to have someone drive you home and not drive yourself.
- When a swab has been placed on the surgical wound you have to bite on it in order to keep it in place and spit it out half an hour later. Please do not touch the surgical wound with your tongue afterwards.
- If, against expectations, you suffer from postoperative hemorrhage, put a gauze bandage onto the wound and bite on it so that the fabric is pressed against the wound. If a gauze bandage is unavailable you may also use a handkerchief. We strongly advise you not to use a soft tissue!
- Do not lie down but stay seated instead. If the hemorrhage does not come to a stop within one to two hours, please contact our practice.
- Avoid constant irrigation of the wound after a dental extraction.
Swelling after surgery is unavoidable. Cold fomentations on the affected area of the cheek may help to reduce the swelling quickly. You should cool the cheek from the outside during the first two days after surgery. Usually, swelling will continue three to four days after surgery.
Please do not eat anything until senses in the anesthetized region have returned completely. We then recommend you to only eat soft food for about three to four hours. You should avoid eating hard bread crust and crumbly food such as cereal, whole-grain bread and such. Please spare the affected area when chewing until the suture has been removed.
- Pain in the wound area is always to be expected after the injection has worn off; Therefore, take the prescribed painkillers according to the instructions on the prescription issued.
- If you are in a great deal of pain one to three days after surgery, you need to contact us immediately for post-treatment.
- Alcohol, bean coffee and black tea. Do not smoke!
- Avoid physical exercise for about four days.
- Avoid any kind of heat treatment such as sauna, red light, sunbathing, hot full bathing and drying hoods.