I understand your concern. I suggest you the following treatment options and the instructions to be followed:
1. Intermaxillary fixation is not required for this type of zygomatic fracture. However, zygomatic immobilization with intracoronal splinting between the upper premolars and molars is required. Also, simple fractures get stabilized after the application of occlusal splints.
2. Hard foods should be avoided, and chewing on that side should be avoided.
I hope this helps you.
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