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Homeopathy medicines for oral surgery side effects

Homeopathy medicines for oral surgery side effects

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Medicines for oral surgery side effects

Oral surgery is a specialized field of dentistry that involves surgical procedures performed on the mouth, jaws, and facial structures. Like any surgical procedure, oral surgery can have side effects and may require specific treatments. Here are some common side effects and treatments associated with oral surgery:

  1. Pain and Discomfort: After oral surgery, it is normal to experience pain and discomfort in the surgical area. Your oral surgeon may prescribe pain medications or recommend over-the-counter pain relievers to manage the pain. It is important to follow the prescribed dosage and instructions provided by your surgeon.
  2. Swelling: Inflammation or Swelling is another common side effect after oral surgery. Applying ice packs to the affected area for the first 24-48 hours can help reduce swelling. Your surgeon may also prescribe anti-inflammatory medications to manage the swelling. Belladonna and Apis Mel are prime remedies for pain, & swelling
  3. Bleeding: Some bleeding is expected after oral surgery. Your surgeon will provide you with specific instructions on how to control bleeding, such as biting down on gauze pads or using tea bags to apply pressure to the surgical site. Arnica and Merc Sol are good anti haemorrhagic agents in homeopathy
  4. Infection: There is a risk of infection after oral surgery. Your surgeon may prescribe antibiotics as a preventive measure or if an infection is suspected. It is crucial to follow proper oral hygiene practices, such as gentle brushing and rinsing with a prescribed mouthwash, to minimize the risk of infection. Pyrogenium prevents such infections in homeopathy
  5. Numbness or Tingling: Numbness or tingling sensations in the lips, tongue, or chin may occur if nerves were affected during the surgery. In most cases, this is temporary and resolves on its own within a few weeks or months. However, if the numbness persists or worsens, you should inform your surgeon. Hypericum perf is suited for such conditions in homeopathy
  6. Difficulty Eating and Speaking: Depending on the type of oral surgery performed, you may experience difficulty eating and speaking for a few days. It is advisable to stick to a soft or liquid diet and avoid hot or spicy foods during the initial healing period
  7. Dry Socket: Dry socket is a condition that can occur after tooth extraction when the blood clot in the extraction site becomes dislodged or dissolves prematurely. This can cause severe pain. Your surgeon may place a medicated dressing in the socket and provide instructions for proper care to promote healing. Ledum pal & calendula can treats such lacerated wounds in homeopathy

It is important to follow all post-operative instructions provided by your oral surgeon to minimize the side effects and promote a successful recovery. If you experience severe or persistent side effects, it is crucial to contact your surgeon for further evaluation and guidance

Homeopathy medicines for common side effects of oral surgery

People who have sugar (diabetes) or with weak immunity are at greater risk for post-surgical infections. Signs of infection include abnormal swelling in the affected area, fever, pus, and a prolonged bad taste in your mouth. Pyrogenium 30, to prevent infection after oral surgery. Twice daily post operatively for one week. 

Some dental patients report experiencing nausea, dizziness, and headaches after getting anesthesia. These side effects are temporary but unpleasent while it lasts.  Opium 30, (drops) 1/2 hourly to arouse the patient after general anaesthesia (dental anesthesia)

Antimonium Tart 6C, to prevent chest complications from general anaesthesia in chesty patients. Thrice daily for several days before and one week after procedure.

Graphites 200 - bleeding of gums when pressed with finger 

[Source: Bedside clinical prescribing by Farokh Master quoting Dr. Colin Lessell]

When the gums are painful and there is soreness after tooth extraction, take Arnica montana 30, three times a day for three days. (prescribed by Dr.Shiv Dua)

For swollen gums (Gingivitis) after oral surgery refer medicines here 

Homeopathy post surgical kit helps you in the postoperative care with the goodness of Dr.Banerji protocols that are highly efficacious and popular

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