"While on vacation my husband developed quite the toothache. Friday afternoon and Dr. Henegar fit us in! Very impressed with the time he took and his diagnosis! Alex was great as well! Would recommend Dr. Heneg...
- N.H. / Google / Aug 14, 2021
"Dr Henegar and his entire staff were professional, courteous, kind, knowledgeable, proficient and timely. I was in a time constraint and they got me in and out quickly without cutting corners. Dr. Henegar educated...
- B.B. / Google / Jan 20, 2022
"I recommend Dr. Asher 100%, he is very friendly and professional, his dental assistants are amazing and the receptionist is super helpful and sweet. We just moved to Colorado Springs and will definitely be staying...
- Z.H. / Google / Dec 31, 2021
"I’ve been twice now and can say that Dr Henegar and his staff are the best dentist office I have ever visited. They are always friendly and professional and they do quick effective work."
- J.D. / Google / Dec 31, 2021
"Very warm and welcoming. I felt like I was being cared for well by the staff as well as Dr. Henegar. I'm not one that likes going to the dentist, but they made me feel at ease. When Dr. Henegar referred me to a specialist...
- P.W. / Google / Dec 31, 2021
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Does a tooth extraction hurt?
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How long is recovery after a tooth extraction?
Dr. Henegar will go over what you’ll need to do during the recovery period during your consultation and post-procedure. He recommends that someone drive you home after your appointment. Typically, most patients will need to take it easy for 48 – 72 hours after their extraction before resuming normal activities. Smoking, spitting, and using straws are not recommended so your gums can properly heal. Eating soft and cool foods for the first few days after your procedure is recommended. Typically, it can take about 3 – 4 weeks for the gums to completely heal after a tooth extraction.
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