INFECTION

  • an antibiotic may be prescribed by the dentist, if necessary.

ALVEOLITIS

  • a temporary complication, when there is loss of the initial blood clot. Characterized by intense pain, a bad taste in the mouth and sometimes difficulty opening the mouth. Dry socket can last several days and can be relieved by applying a tea bag. If pain persists, contact your dentist.

PARESTHESIA

  • During a tooth extraction, the nerve is rarely touched. If that's the case, this can cause a loss of sensitivity, affecting the tongue or lower teeth. This loss of sensation is rare and usually temporary. Only exceptional cases can cause permanent damage.

Although it is impossible to eliminate all risks, our dentists by fields of expertise can reduce the risk of complication through their daily experience and specific vocation.