So, the implantation is over! Anxiety and excitement behind, and now, finally, the patient looks at himself in the mirror. As a rule, a new perfect smile causes a feeling of pride and surprise.
However, you should not relax: in front of you is a rather difficult and responsible period that you need to go through, strictly observing the doctor’s recommendations. Like any surgery, implantation is a traumatic medical procedure to which the body responds with pain, swelling, fever and hemorrhage.
Let’s talk how to cope with these phenomena and survive the post-implantation period as carefully as possible in relation to our health. Continue reading
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