After removal of the tooth is formed a clot in the empty hole. Blood clot is the key to a quick, painless and successful healing. Therefore it is necessary to use precautions to avoid loss of the clot. Oral Surgeons in Wyoming mention such guidelines:
During the first 3 days after the removal do not rinse your mouth, because vacuum in the mouth can dislodge the clot.
Spit tampon that was left in the mouth after removal in 20 minutes.
In the first 3 days do not eat too hot food.
For 5-7 days refrain from activities that require significant physical stress.
In no case warm up a remote area of ??the tooth and do not apply compresses.
Refrain from visiting the baths, sauna, gym, swimming pool and solarium for 5 days.
If the removal was difficult, in the next 24 hours to eat liquids and soft foods.
Within 2 days after tooth extraction refrain from smoking and alcohol.
Be sure to brush your teeth with a soft brush, including in the area of removal, taking care not to injure the hole.
Take all the medicine prescribed by the surgeon.