When people come to us to ask about what they can expect from Downtown Toronto Tooth Extraction, we fill in all the blanks. Many of the folks we talk to are adults. However, there are also a lot of parents who come in. They want to know the best way to prepare their children for an extraction.

That’s why we’ve put together these tips for before and after the procedure.

Get them involved

Most parents understand their children can’t make decisions about something like a Downtown Toronto Tooth Extraction on their own. You can either bring them in for a consultation with one of our dentists or come in yourself.

Either way, we will go over the procedure and show your child important elements like the room where the extraction will take place. This will give them a mental picture they can take with them.

If mom and dad come in by themselves, they can take some photographs with their smart phones to show their children when they return home.

After the Procedure

There might be a little pain and even swelling after a Downtown Toronto Tooth Extraction. We tell parents that situation will usually resolve itself within 48 hours. However, if your child is complaining you can use ice wrapped in a towel.

We also suggest you apply this icepack for 20 minutes and then leave it off for the same amount of time. Depending on the situation, we might prescribe pain medication. It’s important that Mom or Dad administer this exactly as per the instructions on the label.

It’s also a great idea to ensure that your child stays hydrated after a Downtown Toronto Tooth Extraction. You should make sure that they drink plenty of fluids. As far as food goes, we recommend soft mushy varieties. Usually they can go back to their normal routines 24 hours after the extraction.


Your child should also be rinsing with warm water after the operation. It’s also a good idea to make sure they rinse their mouth out after every meal. This is an excellent way to make sure no food particles get lodged in the site.

If there’s any severe pain or chills and fever two or three days after the Downtown Toronto Tooth Extraction, get in touch with us right away.