Medically Reviewed By Dr. Redlinger

Impacted canines can cause a number of issues if they are not taken care of. This is why our dental professionals recommend having impacted canine surgery to take care of them before they pose any sort of problem for the person.

When this surgery is performed, you can expect to be comfortable, asleep, and the best recovery afterwards. It is very important that you follow the after-care instructions that we provide you with for the best, and smoothest possible recovery process possible.

The Recovery Period After Impacted Canine Surgery

After surgery, it is important that you keep the area clean and free of any and all debris that might come into contact with the area. This is because you want to reduce the chances of infection or irritation.

You want to limit the number of things you do and take it easy for a short period of time after having the surgery. Do not mess around with the wound area or put anything in that area. You should use ice to reduce the swelling in the area and stay away from any straws.

Additionally, you want to avoid chewing anything or eating anything hard until the mouth has healed a bit more. Liquids that are room temperature or even a little warmer are ideal, but nothing too hot should be consumed.

Take the pain medications as prescribed by our office, as well as any other medications that you may have been prescribed.

Speak with us here if you have any issues that you come across. Not only that, but we can help answer any questions that you have. If you have any issues along the recovery period, call our office and we can schedule a time to have you come in so we can take a look at the issue and address it appropriately.