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Chesterfield, VA 23832-6400
Tag Archives: patient education

Endodontic treatment can take several appointments depending on the case. It is possible to experience sensitivity to hot & cold, sensitivity to pressure, and possible swelling. While you are numb be careful not to bite your cheek, tongue or your lip. You may want to avoid chewing on this area especially hot foods and liquids…

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Posted on January 18th, 2015

Immediately after Surgery No Brushing the surgical area Soft diet and avoid eating on surgical side of the mouth Take any medication as prescribed Use Peridex as prescribed Wear appliances as directed 1 week after Surgery Gently brush the tooth surface only using soft tooth brush dipped in Peridex mouth rinse Do not brush the…

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Posted on January 18th, 2015

Your Occlusal guard is designed to keep your teeth from coming in contact while you sleep. This allows the lower jaw to return to a comfortable hinge position without interference from your bite. Your appliance will help to relax any of your jaw muscles which are in spasm and to reduce any muscle pain. It…

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Posted on January 18th, 2015

Scaling and root planing is a non-surgical treatment of periodontal disease. The purpose of the treatment is to remove bacterial plaque and tartar from around teeth and under the gum line, which is causing bone loss. The goal is to produce clean, smooth teeth and roots, which will promote healing of the inflammation and infection…

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Posted on January 18th, 2015

While you are numb be careful not to bite your cheek, tongue or your lip. You may want to avoid chewing on this area especially hot foods and liquids until the numbing completely wears off. Some irritation of the gum tissue along with the anesthetic injection site may result in some soreness for a few…

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Posted on January 18th, 2015

While you are numb be careful not to bite your cheek, tongue or your lip. You may want to avoid chewing on this area especially hot foods and liquids until the numbing completely wears off. Some irritation of the gum tissue along with the anesthetic injection site may result in some soreness for a few…

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Posted on January 18th, 2015

Crown & Bridge Post Operative Instructions While you are numb be careful not to bite your cheek, tongue or your lip. You may want to avoid chewing on this area especially hot foods and liquids until the numbing completely wears off. Some irritation of the gum tissue along with the anesthetic injection site may result…

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Posted on January 18th, 2015

Another happy smile...

"The moment my teenage son smiled for the first time after working with Dr. Conner, you could see his confidence lift. Like he smiled brighter. Like he was a new kid."

- Sara