Are you considering dental implants in Greensburg, PA, or in Johnstown, PA? Many people are now looking at dental implants rather than crowns or dentures in the event of missing, broken, or cracked teeth. Dr. Anthony Marchionno and his staff are here to provide you with all of the information you need when considering teeth replacement.
What to Expect During Your Recovery Process
If you need dental implants in Greensburg, PA Dr. Marchionno is here for you! If you are planning on receiving a dental implant in the near future, you may be worried about the recovery process and how you will feel after the implantation.
While we know that every situation can be different, there are a few realities that most everyone experiences after their dental implant. If you are worried about how you might feel after your appointment, please feel free to ask us any questions! We are here to ease your mind and make you as comfortable as possible.
Yes, you will feel pain and discomfort following the implantation, but you should be feeling great in a few days at the most. If you are not back to normal after a day or two, please give us a call.
Some patients will experience bleeding in the area of the implantation. This is normal and should stop after a short period of time. We recommend over-the-counter pain relief medication. It can also be helpful to put ice on the affected area, alternating with warm compresses. Some mild pain and discomfort are to be expected, but please let us know if you are feeling a lot of pain.
If you are feeling a lot of pain, have a fever, or experience nausea or dizziness, please call our office right away. It is also important to keep all follow-up appointments as scheduled even if you are feeling fine.
Count on Us for All of Your Dental Needs!
Dr. Marchionno and his team will be with you every step of the way when it comes to dental implants. Call our office in Greensburg, PA at (724) 836-2911 or the Johnstown, PA location at (814) 262-7000 and find out more about this effective solution for missing, cracked, or broken teeth.