Believe it or not, completely pain free implant surgery can be possible – if you’re working with professionals that understand EXACTLY how to administer these kinds of services.
For a long time, those that were interested in pursuing implants lived with the understanding that they were going to have to deal with at least a little bit of pain (and sometimes a lot of pain) when they went under the knife to have the work done in the first place.
Many people who received implants complained about feeling pain even during the procedure, while most said that the pain really only started to hit them shortly after they “woke up” and then built in the days following the work that they had performed.
Others said that the pain persisted for days, weeks, and even months after they received the implants that they so desperately wanted – in effect nullifying their dream and instead turning it into a nightmare situation.
Don’t let this happen to you – especially since it doesn’t have to happen to ANYONE in the first place. Pay attention to this inside information below, and we’ll get you sorted so that you can enjoy completely pain free implant surgery as well!
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1) Choose to work only with the best surgeons around:
There is always going to be at least a bit of temptation to want to save as much money as you can when having this type of work done, but that would be a major mistake.
Sure, you’re going to want to look for the best value as far as implants are concerned, but you’ll always run into trouble if you put price above quality. There comes a point when you start cutting costs and corners at the same time, and that’s never a place you want to find yourself. There’s absolutely no reason whatsoever to compromise your health and your comfort just to save a few hundred bucks.
2) Ask about the pain killing options you’ll have the chance to take advantage of:
There are always going to be a number of pain killing and pain nullifying options that you’ll have the chance to leverage – both pre- and post-operation.
You’ll want to make it completely clear to your surgeon that you’re only interested in moving forward if they can guarantee that you aren’t going to have to deal with a mountain of pain along the way. Ask them about pre-op solutions like Novocain and anesthesia, and make sure that they are giving you answers that are to your satisfaction. Strong painkillers such as codeine or co-codamol after the surgery are also a must.
Again, there’s absolutely no reason to cut corners or costs if you’re going to have to deal with aches and pains for years to come – all from an implant job gone wrong.
3) Accept that some discomfort is likely:
At the end of the day, the odds are pretty good that you’re going to have to deal with at least a little bit of discomfort when it comes to a set of implants.
You are after all changing the way your body looks, and quite literally putting foreign objects into your body that otherwise don’t belong there –all with the express reason to inflate the size of your chest.
Things are going to stretch, things are going to feel tight, and things are going to feel a little uncomfortable. This is alright – flat out pain is not!