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  • Bite down gently but firmly on the gauze that we have initially placed over the surgical area, making sure that it remains in place for 40 minutes.
  • You should not spit at all on the first day. It is perfectly normal to have some blood in the mouth the first few days!
  • Place an ice pack outside the surgery area for 10 minutes every half hour and for one day.
  • The first day you should avoid brushing your teeth. From the second day, you can brush your teeth normally avoiding the area of ​​surgery. You can also use an oral solution as long as your doctor has told you.
  • You should avoid smoking and any discomfort of the injury.
  • In the first few days you should avoid hot and crunchy foods. Your foods should be soft and cold.
  • On the second and third days after surgery, edema may occur in the area of ​​surgery. This is perfectly normal.
  • Follow the instructions given to you in detail and follow exactly the dosage and frequency of the medication.
  • The stitches will be removed by your doctor at your scheduled appointment.
  • For any questions or problems, please contact with our dental clinic.
Why do we have endodontic treatment?

Endodontic treatment is done when the nerve of a tooth is infected with germs and has become inflamed or dead. The goal of endodontic treatment is to maintain the tooth in the mouth and to avoid extraction.

What are the symptoms of a tooth that needs endodontic treatment?

The symptoms vary. These can be mild to severe pain in cold or hot, pain in chewing or even automatically without pressing our teeth. Sometimes there may be no symptoms at all!

How is the denervation (endodontic treatment) made?

Denervation is done by interfering inside the tooth in order to remove all germs but also the infected pulp! At a later time and after the painful symptoms have subsided, we will seal the roots of the tooth with special materials to avoid any future problems.

Does denervation hurt?

Denervation treatment is painless and always under local anesthesia. Sometimes and depending on the tooth problem, there may be mild or severe irritation and the tooth may be more or less sensitive to chewing or touching. However, this condition is transient and usually goes away with a painkiller.

Can the tooth decay break?

A tooth with endodontic treatment has usually lost much of its dental material due to the tooth decay. So we would say that it is structurally weak and can easily break during chewing. For this reason we need to place a rim to keep it intact in the bar.
  • In each application of the whitening splint you should brush your teeth well.
  • Place a small amount of whitening material on the inside of the splint at each tooth position and place it in your mouth.
  • Keep the whitening splint in your mouth for as long as your doctor has advised and continue the whitening program with the "Beyond Polus Advanced".
  • If sensitivity may occur in the first few days of bleaching this is normal. This sensitivity can be treated with topical application of fluoride for a few minutes of the day by placing fluoride inside the splint.
  • To keep your smile white and sparkling, you can apply the whitening splint on your teeth for a few days with the material every six months and after cleaning your teeth!
What should I look out for after the Endodontic Therapy session?
  • Avoid chewing for at least one hour to harden the temporary sealant material.
  • It is quite normal after the session the tooth to be sensitive to both closing and chewing. It is advisable to avoid chewing hard foods and to chewing on the opposite side.
  • In rare cases after treatment, pain or swelling may occur. For pain you can take painkillers or anti-inflammatory drugs ex. Depon, Algofren, Niflamol every 8 hours. For swelling you should first contact your doctor and do not take any antibiotics arbitrarily!