Oral surgeons often provide doctor’s notes for patients who undergo treatments in their office. These notes serve as excuses for missing work or school while recovering. Typical oral surgery procedures that require downtime include wisdom tooth extractions, dental implants, bone grafting, and jaw realignment. The doctor’s note usually specifies the date of the surgery, what operation was performed, any recovery instructions, as well as estimated timeline for healing. These notes are given to patients upon request so they can provide documentation to employers, teachers, or other interested parties. Getting an oral surgery doctor’s note is important to secure time off and allow proper healing after invasive dental procedures. Follow all post-op care instructions from your oral surgeon to facilitate recovery. Most patients are back to normal routines within 1-2 weeks after oral surgery
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