Read below for pre-op and aftercare instructions for your preferred Dental Treatment in Turkey.
Prior to your dental implants and dental bridge in Turkey,
-Inform your dentist (and CTT representative) about any medication you regularly use and any health problems as well as any allergies you have. Prior to the video consultation, you will be asked to fill in a medical history form in which you should mention all of these accurately. Your treatment plan will be based on this form.
-Inform your dentist (and CTT representative) if your menstrual period comes up to the treatment date.
-Stop smoking at least 1 week before. The earlier you stop, the better it is to keep the veins hygienic and to reduce microbial factors.
-Stop taking anti inflammatory medications or any blood thinners such as aspirin at least 15 days before since they may increase the risk of bleeding.
-Stop taking multivitamins including vitamin A ve E at least 15 days before since they may increase the risk of bleeding.
-Stop drinking herbal teas at least 15 days before since they may increase the risk of bleeding.
-Stop eating blood thinner fruits such as cherry at least 15 days before since they may increase the risk of bleeding.
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For a good dental implant aftercare,
-Follow your dentist’s instructions closely.
-Take your medications as instructed.
-Consume soft foods as long as instructed to avoid pressure on dental implants during the healing period.
-Keep your mouth hygienic by regular brushing and flossing.
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Dental crowns aftercare is just the regular care you do for your natural teeth. With regular brushing, flossing and dental checkups, you can help your dental veneers last longer as well as you can maintain a good oral health. You can also expand the lifespan of your dental crowns by avoiding some certain activities which may increase their wear and tear level such as breaking open a shell (of a kind of nut for example), grinding teeth, biting fingernails etc.
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