Surgical Tooth Extraction
When the tooth extraction requires an incision and raising a flap of tissue to get access to the tooth, it is called surgical. This is the case with most wisdom teeth extractions.
After a surgical tooth extraction you should do the following:
After a surgical tooth extraction you should NOT:
Call your dentist right away if you have heavy bleeding, severe pain, continued swelling after two or three days, or a reaction to the medication. After a few days, you will be feeling fine and can resume your normal activities.