You shouldn’t fear the dentist if they are qualified. You should take an anti-inflammatory, like Advil or Tylenol, before coming in for your extraction. The size of the tooth is also something to be aware of before getting them out. If you have any breathing problems or allergies, tell the provider beforehand to make sure they know what precautions to take. You mustn’t lie down after getting your teeth removed because it could cause bleeding and bruising in your mouth if not positioned correctly when sitting down.
1. Call your employer- As soon as you pick a date, let your employer know. Tell them you are getting your wisdom teeth out and you will need to use some of your vacation or sick time.
2. Start stocking up on soft foods- You should probably start stocking up on soft foods once you’ve called your employer to get their approval. The dentist will usually offer some type of pain relievers like Advil or Tylenol but take one before the procedure for more relief. If your teeth are bothering you, don’t wait until they get worse- call the dentist and make an appointment right away. It’s always better to get them taken out if it’s affecting your quality of life (i.e.- chewing food) because they could spread more bacteria into the gum tissue and cause more infections, which would require removal, anyway.
3. Get everything that is stressing you out of the way- It’s important to get everything that is stressing you out to be done before getting your wisdom teeth extracted. If your teeth are bothering you, don’t wait until they get worse- call the dentist and make an appointment right away.
4. Make sure you feel beautiful and confident- Once you’ve got all the hard stuff out of the way, it’s time to feel great about yourself. Our clinic offers laser hair removal and facial and body treatments so you can get beautified before your procedure.
5. Find all your comfy attire and bedding- We offer a wide variety of bedding and comfortable clothes such as pajama sets, shirts, nightgowns, slippers, and robes to make you feel more at ease.
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