Oral surgery is no fun. But, if it is a necessary course of action, getting prepared for oral surgery is advisable. We can offer you some valuable suggestions for that process.
Get a Consultation
Monica Eaton-Cardone says, “Getting a consultation with my surgeon calmed my nerves prior to oral surgery after a really bad car accident when I was 16.” Sitting down with those performing the surgery allows you to ask questions about the process and the medications associated with the procedure. This can help alleviate stress as it did for Eaton-Cardone. At that time you will be able to talk about your concerns and fears. Your surgeon or dentist will gladly answer all your questions and explain the entire course of events for you. Don’t forget to use this opportunity to talk about your options for sedation.