Facial Surgery
Extraction & Impaction
Postoperative Instructions

Which include Jaw and teeth correction and smile recreation.

Align Dental Center is associated with Prashanth Multi Speciality Hospital, Velacherry, Chennai Specialize in various oral surgery procedures. For this a Well equipped Air conditioned and well isolated and sterilized Operation Theatre is there. The patients are operated under Local Anesthesia and sedation .Patient is admitted in the morning in the two bedded recovery room and discharged the same evening. Patients Requiring admission for longer periods are admitted in the trauma centers.

Various procedures done are

  • Wisdom tooth extraction
  • Complicated extractions
  • Jaw tumors
  • Flap operations for pyorrhea
  • Osteomyelitis
  • Abscess Drainage
  • Cosmetic Gum Surgery
  • Dental Implant Surgery
  • Bone Grafting and ridge augmentation procedures
  • Closure of Oro-antral and oro-nasal fistula
  • Surgery for salivery gland stones
  • Leukoplakia and Submucous FibrosiS

We specialize in Various maxillofacial procedures

  • Fractures of mandible ( lower Jaw)
  • Fractures of maxilla ( upper Jaw )
  • Fracture of Midface
  • Zygomatic Fractures
  • Fractures of TMJ (Jaw Joint )
  • Fractures of Orbits (Bone surrounding eyes)

Orthognathic Surgery for

  • Mandibular prognathism and mandibular deficiency ( Short and long Chin)
  • Maxillary Protrusion and maxillary deficiency ( proclined upper jaw )
  • Long face

TMJ Surgery for

  • Ankylosis (locked jaw, patient unable to open the mouth )
  • Dislocation
  • Internal derangement

Surgery for tumors of Oral and maxillofacial region



Simple extractions are performed on teeth that are visible in the mouth, usually under local anaesthetic.

Surgical extractions [IMPACTION] involve the removal of teeth that cannot be easily accessed, either because they have broken under the gum line or because they have not erupted fully.

At Align we understand that a visit for extraction of teeth can be a stressful to the patient thus we take time out to increase the comfort level of the patient by explaining the procedure and also make sure they walk out with minimum pain and swelling.

Postoperative Instructions :

  • Do not Disturb the wound: In doing so you may invite irritation, infection and/or bleeding. Be sure to chew on the opposite side for 24 hours and keep anything sharp from entering the wound (i.e. eating utensils etc. ).
  • Do not smoke for 12 hours: Smoking will promote bleeding and interfere with healing.
  • Brushing: Do not brush your teeth for the first 8 hours after surgery. After, you may brush your teeth gently, but avoid the area of surgery.
  • Mouth Wash: Avoid all rinsing for 24 hours after extraction. This is to insure the formation of a healing blood clot which is essential to proper wound healing. Disturbance of this clot can lead to increased bleeding or the loss of the blood clot. If the clot is lost, a painful condition called dry socket may occur. You may use warm salt water or mild antiseptic rinses after 24 hours only if prescribed.
  • Do not spit or suck through a straw: This will promote bleeding and may dislodge the blood clot causing a dry socket.
  • Bleeding: When you leave the office, you will be given verbal instructions regarding the control of postoperative bleeding. A rolled up gauze pad will be placed on the extraction site. It is normal for some blood to ooze from the area of surgery. Should you need to use the gauze at home, remember to roll it into a ball large enough to cover the wound. Hold firmly in place, by biting or with finger pressure, for about 20-30 minutes. If bleeding still continues, you may fold a tea bag in half and bite down on it. Tea contains Tannic Acid , a styptic, which may help to reduce the bleeding.
  • Pain: Some discomfort is normal after surgery. Analgesic tablets may be taken under your dentist's direction. Prescription medication, which may have been given to you, should also be taken as directed. If pain continues, call your dentist.
  • Swelling: To prevent swelling, apply an ice pack or a cold towel to the outside of your face in the area of the extraction during the first 12 hours. Apply alternately, 5 minutes on then 5 minutes off, for an hour or longer if necessary.
  • Diet: Eat normal regular meals as soon as you are able after surgery. Cold, soft food such as ice cream or yogurt may be the most comfortable for the first day. It is also important to drink plenty of fluids.
  • Report any unusual occurrences immediately !

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