Please, read this memo carefully. Following the recommendations given here will allow you to reduce the discomfort, as well as minimize the likelihood of complications.

Today your tooth (or teeth) have been treated and prepared for the installation of a dental implant. This could cause a mild gum injury, which, in turn, could lead to inflammation, swelling, bleeding, and some soreness. It is extremely important to treat all these symptoms before creating dental implants that will be comfortable for you.

  • Starting the day of the treatment, brush your teeth with a soft toothbrush and use a mouthwash twice a day.
  • In case of severe discomfort, consult a dental surgeon immediately!

During the construction of your permanent crowns, temporary plastic crowns will be used to protect your treated teeth and form the gingival margin, as well as to preserve the chewing function.

  • Do not bite into solid foods (crackers, rusk, nuts, sushki) with temporary crowns.
  • Refrain from chewing gum to avoid pulling the temporary crown out.
  • Thoroughly clean your temporary crowns with a toothbrush and toothpaste twice a day.
  • Do not eat foods and drinks rich in color (Coca-Cola, red wine, fresh herbs, etc.)

If a temporary crown breaks or is not sitting properly, contact the clinic immediately. The receptionist will help you set up your appointment ASAP.

It is recommended that the temporary crowns are worn for 1 month. In cases, where the procedures require longer periods, the duration of wearing temporary crowns is determined individually.

Please, carefully follow our recommendations, the quality of your future dental implants largely depends on you!