What to do before surgery:
– Please inform your dentist of any diseases and medications you are taking!
– Take your regular medications as prescribed.
– Do not arrive on an empty stomach on the day of surgery. Eat as usual.


What to do after implantation:
– If the implantation surgery is performed under local anaesthesia, do not eat while the effect of the anaesthetic lasts, as you may bite your lips, tongue or mucous membranes. The effect of the anaesthetic lasts for 2-3 hours after the surgical intervention
– If you experience pain, take painkillers.
– Avoid heavy physical work, sports, lifting, sauna for 1-2 days after the surgical intervention as these activities can cause post-operative bleeding.
– According to the surgical site, your face may swell to a greater or lesser extent, and in order to prevent and treat this, put some ice on the affected area several times a day for 10 minutes.
– Speak as little as possible the day after the surgical intervention.
– Avoid chewing at the implantation site and avoid eating hard and tough foods such as hard bread, tough meat, crunchy vegetables, nuts, peanuts, etc.
– On the day of the surgical intervention, you should avoid strong mouth rinsing and only performs a mild rinse after meals.
– Do not suck on the wound as this may cause post-operative bleeding
– Avoid biting the surgical site
– Do not touch the surgical site with your finger or tongue
– Avoid smoking, consumption of alcohol and coffee for 3 days after the surgical intervention
– Avoid spicy and hot foods for a few days
– Take prescribed medication according to the instructions
– Present for suture removal at the scheduled time
– It is very important that you take extra care of your oral hygiene! Regular, careful oral care is one of the most important conditions for successful implantation.

The sutures must remain in the mouth for at least 10 days after implantation. If the suture becomes loose or falls out before this time, contact your dentist immediately.