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Patient care and comfort is our highest priority. Our dental team, committed to excellence works towards your healthy dental life and a healthy smile.

These are a few post op instructions after following dental procedures. If you have a dental emergency, please contact the office directly at 908-245-7600.
Dental Extraction and Dental Implant Care
Root Canal Therapy
White Fillings / Bonding
Crown and Bridges / Crowns
Teeth Whitening

After Dental Implants are placed there is usually minimum bleeding involved. Do not disturb the surgical area. Bite down on the gauze packs that have been placed over the surgical area. Bleeding is controlled by biting down on gauze, especially for the first hour after the extraction or surgery. It is possible that the gauze and your saliva could be blood tinged. This is normal and does not indicate the active bleeding, and does not require to continue using the gauze. Biting down on the gauze is not very helpful after the first few hours. Please do not sleep with gauze in your mouth. Bleeding should never be persistent and severe. If bleeding is uncontrolled, please contact our office.

Do not spit or rinse for the first 24 hours. This may dislodge the blood clot and bleeding may start again.

Swelling is diminished by application of ice packs to the outside of your face over the surgery site, alternating 20 minutes on and 20 minutes off. Using ice to minimize the swelling is effective for the first 24 hours, so further use of ice is not necessary.

Most dental extractions involve some degree of discomfort. If you are given prescription for infection and/or pain or over the counter medication, please take it as advised.

Eat any nourishing food that can be tolerated without any discomfort. Avoid very hot foods. it is advisable to use soft and cold foods( soups, puddings, yogurt, milk shakes, ice cream etc.) for the first day after the surgery. You can gradually progress to solid foods over the next several days. Please do not skip meals and remember that good nourishing food helps in feeling good, healthier and healing faster.

Do not smoke for at least 48 hours as this can hamper healing. Do not rinse vigorously for 24 hours. You may brush your teeth gently exercising care not to disturb the surgical area.

Beginning day after surgery it is recommended to rinse your mouth with warm salt water at least 4-5 times /day. Keep your mouth very clean, it is very important.

If problem develops or if you have any concerns regarding the post op care, please call our office, Dr. Jain can be reached at any time during the office hours or after office hours.


A soft, temporary filling has been placed in your tooth. Do not disturb the filling during next hour while it hardens. Rinse your mouth gently.

After numbness wears off, it is normal for the tooth to hurt for a few days. Take Tylenol or Advil as needed.

If you have pain that gets worse instead of getting better, or swelling appears or feel pain when you close your teeth, please call our office at 908-245-7600.

If an antibiotic is given, please take as advised. If pain medication is given, take only as needed.

A crown (cap) or filling should be placed after 7-10 days or once the tooth is comfortable. Make an appointment for final restoration by calling our office.


It is best to refrain from eating until the anesthesia has worn off to prevent injury to your soft tissues. Sensitivity to hot and cold, is common after the treatment. For a few days, try to avoid extremely hot and cold foods. You can also take an Advil or Tylenol as recommended. It is important to resume oral hygiene as soon as possible .Good oral hygiene habits increase the longevity of the restoration.

If sensitivity persists, please call our office.

It is best to refrain eating until the anesthesia is worn off to prevent injury to soft tissues. Please be careful with temporary restoration, especially when flossing in this area. Make sure not to chew any hard food on temporary restoration. If your temporary restoration comes off, please call our office so that we can recement the crown. You may feel sensitive around the gum. If sensitivity persists, you can take Tylenol or Advil as advised.

When the final restoration is placed, your bite may feel different. If it still feels different after a few days, please call our office for minute bite adjustment. Please resume your regular oral hygiene habits immediately.

It is possible that your teeth could be very sensitive for 24-48 hrs after dental bleaching appointment. You can take Tylenol or Advil as needed
Try to avoid foods like red wine, mustard sauce, soda , coffee for about 48 hours.

If you are advised to use special toothpaste, use as directed and only for the period advised and then switch to normal hygiene habits in a few days.

If you are given bleaching trays, use as directed. Do not sleep with bleaching trays with bleaching gel inside.

If you have any concerns, please call our office at 908-245-7600.


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