There are two basic types of sedation done in the office: I.V. (intravenous) and oral sedation. Following these guidelines is important to the safety and effectiveness of the surgery. Below are instructions for each type of anesthesia:
I.V. Sedation Instructions
Oral Sedation Instructions
Hospital / Outpatient Surgery Instructions
Proper post-operative care at home is vital for recovery after oral surgery. Following the instructions aides healing and helps to lessen the immediate post-operative course. Below you will find suggestions for post-operative care. As always, any questions should be addressed by calling the office at 210-656-3301.
General Extraction / Oral Surgery Instructions
Bone Graft Instructions
Implant Placement Instructions
Sinus Exposure Instructions
Jaw Joint / Trigger Point Injections Instructions
Some patients take medications that prolong bleeding time, such as Coumadin or Plavix. Amicar is an oral rinse that helps the blood to clot. If you have been prescribed this medication please follow the instructions carefully.
Splint / Orthotic Instructions
Blocked Salivary Gland Instructions
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