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Does Everyone Heal from Oral Surgery the Same?


Posted on 9/6/2021 by New York Oral, Maxillofacial, and Implant Surgery
Does Everyone Heal from Oral Surgery the Same?An oral surgery is any surgical procedure that is performed in and around your mouth and jaw. Oral surgeries have different purposes; they could be reconstructive or for cosmetic purposes. For instance, you will need an oral surgery when getting dental implants or any other dental implants. After undergoing an oral surgery, you will have a recovery period. However, the healing process from an oral surgery differs from one person to another. Here are some of the factors that contribute to this variation.

The Type of Oral Procedure


The type of oral procedure can determine how fast you recover from the surgery. Basic oral procedures take a shorter period to heal compared to complex ones. Advanced procedures like the root canal will need more time to heal due to the high number of tissues affected. Such procedures might take a few weeks more to heal. On the other hand, procedures like tooth extractions can heal within one week. This is because fewer tissues are interfered with, and the size of the wound is smaller.

A Patient's Dental Health


If you have underlying oral conditions, you might take longer to recover from oral surgeries. Conditions like gum disease and tooth decay could spread to the surgery site and cause infections. This will end up affecting the speed of recovery. It is important to have our professionals treat any underlying conditions that can lead to oral infections.

Compliance With Aftercare


How you comply with aftercare directions will also affect the rate of recovery. We recommend that you eat soft foods during the recovery period and brush your teeth gently. If you fail to follow these guidelines, you can damage your teeth. For instance, eating hard foods can dislodge the blood clot and cause bleeding. Contact our offices for more information on the factors affecting the recovery process.

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