Diclofenac sodium is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug that effectively manages pain following therapeutic extractions. Post-extraction pain is commonly treated with non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs). In addition to their high bioavailability and long duration of action, transdermal NSAIDS have several other advantages. The review tries to understand and elucidate the use of transdermal patches, here Diclofenac, as a postoperative pain management modality. Drug delivery is one of the essential aspects of drug administration where transdermal patches are to be found equally effective when compared to oral administration of drugs. Various analgesics can be administered as patches, for example, ketoprofen, diclofenac, etc. There are also comparative studies between diclofenac and ketoprofen to see and understand the efficacy of transdermal patches compared with oral administration. Compared to oral administration, transdermal patches offer numerous benefits. These include avoidance of first-pass metabolism, sustained and non-rapid absorption, steady plasma levels that remain for prolonged periods, lack of patient dependence on drugs, prevention of gastric distress, and flexibility of stopping delivery of medications by simply removing the patch. This review aims to examine the diclofenac transdermal patch's effectiveness in reducing postoperative pain after orthodontic extraction.