Relieving Pain After a Tooth Extraction

Relieving Pain After a Tooth Extraction

Anticipating tooth extraction can be overwhelming, but the recovery process can be quick and easy

Pain Relief for Tooth Extraction Recovery | Simple Extraction

Sometimes the anticipation of pain is the worst part of tooth extraction. In all, the recovery process neither needs to be long nor painful. When you are consistent with post-operative plans, you can have a quick and easy tooth extraction recovery. Some general dentists do not extract teeth, but at Dr. Marino & Associates this is a common treatment provided. Even more difficult surgical extractions can usually be performed by our general dentist.

See the list below for some pain relief tips.

  • Keep over-the-counter pain medication accessible.
    • Both acetaminophen and ibuprofen are effective pain relief options.
    • However, you should ask your dentist if they are safe for your condition.
  • Be consistent with taking any prescription painkillers.
    • Read any label directions completely.
  • For severe pain during recovery, contact your dentist.
    • Be mindful of how effective any over-the-counter medication has been for easing your pain.
    • Reaching out immediately, if necessary, can help prevent infection.

Emergency Dental Services From Dr. Marino & Associates | Tooth Extraction | Tooth Decay

Our offices have closed for all elective general procedures and cosmetic services. However, Dr. Marino & Associates can still access the same emergency dental care services. From emergency tooth extraction to the treatment of dental abscesses, broken fillings, and more, our dentists are still here to help.

When it comes to dental emergencies, the key to recovery is immediate action. Reach out to Dr. Marino & Associates today for top-quality care.

Doing Our Part to Curb the Spread of COVID-19

The spread of the COVID-19 pandemic has shaken up healthcare teams around the world, but the dentists and other staff from Dr. Marino & Associates are taking action. To continue providing premier emergency dental care services under these unprecedented circumstances, we have been screening all staff and patients upon entry into any of our locations for fever by taking temperatures, and asking if they have had a history of fever, cough, or shortness of breath. We will also sanitize surfaces in all offices in all locations multiple times a day. To take further precautions, we have reserved the hours of 1PM to 3PM on Wednesdays for our elderly and vulnerable patients.

Operators are standing by to take your calls M-F from 7AM to 3PM


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