recovering from a tooth extration

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    recovering from a tooth extration

    Hi bees! the last friday i had a little sugery for an extraction of a tooth and the dentist tell me that i cannot WO for an entire week, and it is so painfull for me haha, what do you recommend for keeping in movement till the wound heals? walking? chair excercises? to add i do not fell any pain in my mouth with any movement

    #2
    Hi
    He is the expert here, my common sense tells me that only he can answer this.

    2 months ago I had a similar surgery: had to scratch the bones where I have some implants, got several stitches.
    I fully respected the period he recommended for no efforts. And now my workouts are fully normal, no damage from that rest.
    Quick recover

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      #3
      Respect what your doc said, and definitly do not the usual running / weights / things that can shake your jaws. But if you lfeel restless, maybe look at the office exercises - gentle exercises that do not jolt your body, so mostly torso and arms. And walk (of course listening to your body). Have a good and safe recovery! One week of rest should not set you back, don't worry too much.

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        #4
        Blood pressure and impacts of any kind are probably the reason for the rest period.

        So walking and stretches where your head is on top are probably fine. Maybe this is the time to finally master the splits.

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          #5
          Love the idea of a week-long split challenge!

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            #6
            thanks for the advide guys! so what is this challenge?

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              #7
              I'd guess that the reason for it is to let the blood clot form where the tooth was. If you dance around too much, it can dislodge the clot and then you have to wait for the new clot to form, essentially doubling the length of time it takes to heal. + the longer it takes to heal, the more chance there is for an infection. It's frustrating to have to stop exercising for a bit, but I think your dentist has a point. How about exercising the mind in the meantime?

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                #8
                really really good advices guys! thanks for the responses, my week was pretty fast so i think i enjoyed it hahaha

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                  #9
                  Hopefully, my advice will be relevant to someone. I had my wisdom tooth extracted a few years ago. It was painful. My dentist recommended me not to eat hard food until the wound heals. Besides, he also advised me to wash the wound with chamomile tea, obviously without sugar. It reduces pain and prevents infection in the open wound. Unfortunately, this advice doesn’t work when you wear braces, and it is so painful. I couldn’t wear mine for more than two weeks. I couldn’t do anything and was suffering from constant pain. My friend sent me about invisible aligners, which he found on tallah ksa in arabic. I decided to give them a shot, and surprisingly they were less painful than braces.

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                    #10
                    My son recently had his first real dental appointment and I was with him for everything except the X-ray. No way I would wait in the waiting room for routine cleaning. My son is 4. No way that's happening. He's got to have some cavities taken care of so I need to call and find out if I can be in the room. I'm betting no and that's fine. I've let him be taken for two surgeries in his life already so that's not my concern.

                    I just can't believe they had him back in a chair and potentially getting ready to yank the tooth. Without consulting you at any point in the process. That's nuts. I think you handled everything perfectly.
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                      #11
                      I broke my toe on 29 october. I did workouts until now. Still bondaged.

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                        #12
                        This is a pretty familiar situation that happened to my sister. She also needed to pay more attention to her teeth, which by the age of 30, began to remind her of herself painfully. This situation led me to https://lombarddentalstudio.com/dent...-orthodontics/ Now, I often see a specialist and listen to recommendations on how to better care for my teeth. this is an important part of our lives, so do not forget about them

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