Tooth removal can be painful and time consuming, especially if you are a woman. It is best to find out if your dentist has experience with any liposuction procedures before you have the procedure done. Here are some important factors to consider when you are thinking about having the procedure done.
Can I get a proper diet? When you are considering tooth removal, you should consider what foods you should avoid, particularly for a few weeks after the procedure. The dentist will probably want to give you a full course of tablets that will help with the pain and keep your bowels healthy as well. There are certain sugars that may be good for you but can cause problems with your pain medication and nutrients.
What type of medications do I need and how often will my health condition change? You should talk to your dentist about what type of medications will be okay for you and what you need to stop taking.
Will I still be able to chew food even though I have had a cosmetic procedure? This is an important question, as most dentists may offer liposuction only if you do not chew food.
Will the work to get rid of discoloration on my teeth whitening? Your dentist will probably ask you this before you have the procedure done.
Will you be able to use dental implants? This is another question that you should ask.
Will I be able to have more than one procedure done? As you age, there is usually a decline in your dental function. If you are looking to have a cosmetic procedure done for a special occasion, you may be able to have two or three procedures done at the same time.
Will I be able to take certain drugs while having a procedure done? There are certain drugs that can interfere with the ability of the surgeon to properly implant the implants.
How do I prepare for this operation? If you are pregnant, you may not be able to have this procedure done if you are not ready.
Do I need to lose weight before I have a cosmetic procedure? If you are already overweight, you should still see a doctor so that they can check to make sure that you are not going to gain too much weight while you are recovering from this procedure.
* How long will the procedure take? You should ask about the times involved before you schedule the procedure, just in case.
There are many different reasons why you may want to have a tooth removed. You should consider your budget and the type of cosmetic procedure that you want before you choose your dentist.