Before and After Dental Crowns Treatment

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In the course of our work we find that most of the patients are more or less worried before the surgical intervention. We also feel that after the intervention almost everybody finds it much more simple than before.


Some prior preparation and planning will help ensure that things go smoothly.


Please, read the instructions below carefully, and print it if possible, to be able to read it again. It makes you feel sure, you won’t forget anything and will make all the preparations.


  • Please wear loose fitting and comfortable clothing. It helps you feel free.
  • Please advise us of any medications you are taking.
  • Alcoholic beverages must be avoided 12 hours prior to the procedure.
  • Please inform us, if you have any allergy.
  • Please inform us, if you’re a more bleeder than it’s regular.



The post-treatment instructions listed below should be followed to speed your recovery:


  • Please be patient, start teeth cleaning the next day.
  • Do not smoke at least for 12 hours.
  • No alcoholic beverages at least for 12 hours.
  • No carbonated beverages at least for 12 hours.
  • You may eat and drink what you want after anesthetic has worn off. Soft foods like, eggs, pastas, soups and yogurts are recommended.


You have just had your crown or bridge cemented. Maybe it can feel a bit strange or unusual, beacuse it’s an “alien” thing in your mouth. Don’t worry about it, soon you’ll get used to with it.


It might be that chewing will be also strange for the first time, but this feeling lasts only until your brain realizes the new situation. By this step your masticatory muscles take over its new positions.


If you want your new inlayed bridge or crown to serve you well for years, you have take the following orders seriously:


  • Do not chew ice or very hard objects. Avoid chewing very sticky candy because it can remove restorations.
  • Visit us at regular intervals as discussed with your doctor. Often problems that are developing around restorations can be found at an early stage and corrected easily.
  • Brush and floss twice daily especially before bedtime.

We are ready to answer your further questions, so do not hesitate to contact us.


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