Is full mouth reconstruction procedure painful?
These days, dental treatment is relatively painless. You will be given a local anaesthetic to numb the areas to be treated so will not feel any pain during the procedure.
Any pain or discomfort experienced tends to happen after treatment, usually when the anaesthetic has worn off. Your teeth and/or gums will feel sore, tender or swollen or you might have a dull ache.
If you do then these will ease after a couple of days or so. Over the counter painkillers can also help.
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- Who should consider a full mouth reconstruction?
- How do I find a cosmetic dentist?
- What questions should I ask?
- How much does a full mouth reconstruction cost?
- What is the full mouth reconstruction procedure?
- How long does it take?
- Is it painful?
- What are the benefits of a full mouth reconstruction?
- What can go wrong?
- What do I need to do after this procedure?
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