Informed Consent Presentation
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It is highly important that you follow all postoperative instructions given to you by Dr. Narra and his staff at Issaquah Implants & Oral Surgery in order to minimize pain and the risk of complications.
- The gauze pad(s) placed over the surgical area(s) should be kept securely in place for half an hour before being carefully removed with clean hands and discarded.
- Vigorous rinsing, sucking or touching of the wound area following surgery should be avoided. This may dislodge the blood clot and cause dry sockets.
- Take the prescribed pain medications as soon as you begin to feel discomfort. This signifies that the local anesthetic is wearing off.
- Restrict your activities the first three to four days following surgery and resume normal activity when you feel comfortable.
- Place ice packs to the sides of your face to reduce swelling and discomfort. Refer to the section on swelling for more information.