Everyone wants to have a great smile which is why good oral hygiene is important! Having poor oral hygiene can lead to a variety of dental and medical problems in the future such as gum disease, infection, bone loss, heart disease, strokes and more. Regular check ups and cleanings can prevent these problems as well as provide you with good oral hygiene.



Root Canal (Part 2)

Root Canal (Part 2) Today we completed your endodontic therapy. We sealed the root canal(s) of your tooth. A temporary filling material has been placed in the center opening. The NEXT step of your treatment is to restore the full integrity of your tooth with a build... read more

Root Canal (Part 1)

Root Canal (Part 1) Today we started your endodontic therapy. We opened the center portion of your tooth (the pulp) and cleaned and disinfected the root chamber(s). An antibiotic and temporary filling material has been placed in the opening. You received local... read more

Extraction: Postoperative Instructions

Extraction: Postoperative Instructions If these instructions are not followed, the extraction site may not heal properly and the time needed for proper healing will be increased. Keep your mouth closed firmly on the gauze for 30 minutes. At that time, remove the... read more

Gingivectomy Home Care Instructions

Gingivectomy Home Care Instructions Today you had a gingivectomy, with a Diode Laser. The purpose of the gingivectomy was either in conjunction with your crown or filling, or it was a separate procedure. When performed with a crown or filling the laser removes... read more

Post-Op for a CEREC

Post-Op for a CEREC Congratulations! You have just completed your Cerec. We hope you enjoyed the exciting new technology. Your new crown is made with the finest and one of the strongest dental materials available today, and designed to be the most natural looking... read more

Cementation Postoperative Instructions

Cementation Postoperative Instructions Your new crown/bridge/inlay/onlay is made with the finest materials and designed to be the most natural looking restoration that we can provide you with. With the proper care and cleaning you can expect to use it for many years... read more

Temporary Crowns and Bridges

Temporary Crowns and Bridges Today we have prepared your tooth/teeth for a crown/bridge. You have just received a temporary crown or bridge that is intended to protect your tooth/teeth for a short period of time until your new crown/bridge is made by the laboratory.... read more


“White Fillings” Bonded Resins: Postoperative Instructions The resin (plastic) material used contains small “filler” particles for strength and wear resistance. We expect these restorations to serve you well for several years. They contain the... read more

At-Home Tray System Tooth Whitening Instructions

At-Home Tray System Tooth Whitening Instructions A technique is now available for whitening your teeth at home. The whitening procedure works best for teeth that have a yellow shade, although it can work to a lesser extent with teeth that have a gray shade or... read more

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