MEDICAL CENTER ORAL SURGERY, P.A.

Frequently Asked Questions

What You Need To Know

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Do you accept insurance?

We accept most insurances. We will gladly verify benefits after your initial consultation appointment with us.

Do I need to bring someone with me during my appointment?

Unless you are a minor; you may come by yourself for the initial consultation and follow up visits. You must bring an adult with you that stays in our waiting area during any surgery appointment that is preformed with IV Sedation/General Anesthesia.

How long should I take off work, or school after surgery?

Every patient and surgical procedure is different, but for most patients and procedures we recommend taking off for 2-4 days following the surgery. You should not return to work, school or drive if you are taking any narcotic pain medications.

When can I start working out after my surgery?

Again every patient and surgical procedure is different. For most patients and procedures we recommend no strenuous physical activities for 3-4 days. After that you may begin to slowly work back into your exercise routine. Do not work out if you are still taking pain medications or begin to experience pain or bleeding.