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Will the procedure be painful?

The dentist or oral surgeon will administer appropriate anesthesia to ensure you don't feel any pain during the extraction. You may experience some discomfort during the recovery period, which can be managed with pain medications.

How long does the procedure take?

The duration of the procedure depends on the complexity of the extraction, the position of the tooth, and other individual factors. Generally, it can take anywhere from a few minutes to over an hour.

What can I expect after the extraction?

You might experience some swelling, discomfort, and mild bleeding after the procedure. Following the post-operative instructions provided by your dentist is crucial for proper healing.

When can I resume normal activities?

You should rest for the first day after the procedure and avoid strenuous activities for a few days. Your dentist will provide specific guidance based on your case.

What can I eat after the extraction?

Stick to soft foods and liquids for the first day or two and gradually reintroduce solid foods as your mouth heals. Avoid hard, chewy, or spicy foods that may irritate the extraction site.

Are there any risks or complications associated with the procedure?

While complications are rare, it's essential to be aware of potential risks such as dry socket, infection, or nerve damage. Following your dentist's instructions can help minimize these risks.


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