General Guidelines for all procedures:
Carefully follow all guidelines provided by our office, and, most importantly, practice good oral hygiene. Additional instructions following various types of treatment are listed below. Please click on the below topics for detailed instructions. In the event of an emergency please call our office. If you are experiencing a serious or life threatening emergency, please call 911 or visit the nearest emergency room.
Instructions Following Fillings
Instructions Following Denture or Partial Delivery
Instructions Following Scaling and Root Planing
Instructions Following Root Canal Therapy
Instructions following Extractions
Instructions Following Whitening
Instructions Following Implant Surgery/Implant Treatment
Instructions Following Soft Tissue Graft
Instructions Following Crown Lengthening
DNA Home Care Instructions
VIVOS Home Care Instructions
Having braces should not cause any major changes in your day-to-day activities. You can still dine out, sing, play a musical instrument, or have pictures taken. If you play a wind instrument, several companies make mouth guards and lip protectors, although you may not need them. For certain sports it is a good idea to wear a mouth guard. Ask us about recommendations based on your specific needs when you come in for your next appointment.With proper care and maintenance, you can promote your oral health while on your way to a more beautiful smile.