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What if my mouth is sore after my dental work?

 

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If your mouth is sore after your dental work, you might not be able to eat or chew for several hours or days. For guidance on how to adjust your usual routine while your mouth is healing, ask your doctor

  • what foods and drinks you should have

  • if you should change the time when you take your diabetes medicines

  • if you should change the dose of your diabetes medicines

  • how often you should check your blood glucose

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