Post surgical recommendations


After an implant placement, it may be normal to experience a little bleeding for 1-2 days,
swelling or skin discolouration (similar to a "bruise").
Pain may also occur when the effect of the anaesthetic wears off. However, with the help
of the prescribed medication, this pain should quickly subside.

Our post-surgical recommendations

It is strongly recommended that you apply an ice pack to the operated area as soon as possible after the procedure. In addition, you should take all medications, even in the absence of pain: a set pain is difficult to fight.

It is strongly advised against:

  • Usign mouthwash on the day of the procedure.
  • Eating or drinking hot food for the first two days.
  • Eating overly hard food.
  • Forcing the mouth open or pulling on the lips.
  • Drinking alcohol or smoking.

Don't hesitate to contact our dental practice if there is significant bleeding that doesn't stop with compression, or if there is significant pain.

Ask for a pre-implant examination