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Why Should You Avoid Exercise Right After Oral Surgery?
Posted on 9/7/2020 by Todd Jorgenson
Why Should You Avoid Exercise Right After Oral Surgery?

While maintaining exercise as part of your daily routine is important for keeping fit and healthy, there are times when it is best to take a break. If you have recently undergone an oral surgery procedure or have oral surgery scheduled, then it is best to keep your exercise to a minimum until you are fully healed. Exercising too soon can potentially delay your healing.

Exercising Can Lead to Complications



Most oral surgery procedures are relatively low risk and result in no complications. However, it is important to follow any aftercare guidance you are given after your procedure to help you heal quickly with no issue.

If you have had your wisdom teeth extracted, had dental implants fitted, or another oral surgery procedure, you should take a break from your normal exercise routine. If you continue exercising, it can result in complications, and your mouth not healing as well as it should.

When You Can Exercise After Oral Surgery



It is important to follow all post-operative guidance that you are given from us when you head home, as this will ensure your smooth and speedy recovery. It is usually recommended to wait at least a week after any oral surgery before you continue with your exercise routine. Although, it is important to wait until you are fully healed before attempting any exercise.

If you start exercising or doing too much physical activity too quickly, this could potentially lead to a dry socket, increased bleeding, or a slowed healing process. Dry socket is when a blood clot from the surgical site is dislodged, causing complications such as pain, bleeding, and swelling.

Regardless of how minor your procedure was, you should rest for the first 24 hours and build up your physical activity slowly. If you experience any pressure or pain, you should stop immediately. If you have any questions about your post-operative care, please contact our office to speak with one of our team.



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