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Gingivitis

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Just about everyone has heard of gingivitis. Unless you are a dentist, it is likely that gingivitis is the only gum disease you have ever heard of. Even the word itself has a sort of ring to it. Gingiva is the area of gum around the teeth, hence the word gingivitis. At least if you don’t continue to read you learned something useful. Perhaps you thought gingivitis has to do with toxic levels of ginger root consumption, and you will be leaving now. In that case farewell. For those of you who stay, you will learn the ins and outs of this fairly common type of gum disease.

 

What is it?  

 

Well, in case you just got here and skimmed past the intro paragraph, gingivitis is a type of gum disease.

 

What are the Symptoms?

 

Huh. The previous section was really short. Only one sentence about what it is. The symptoms of gingivitis include but are not limited to the following; swelling, redness, soreness, inflammation, and a general state of discomfort.

 

Do I Have Gingivitis?

 

The likelihood that you have gingivitis is actually quite steep. In studies by the Center for Disease Control, it was estimated that almost half of adults in the United States have periodontal disease (gum disease). Don’t worry, this data takes into account even the most mild diagnosis of gum disease.  If you are the type of person that takes the time to self-diagnose about gingivitis by looking through world wide interwebs, it is likely that your case of gingivitis is in the mild and early stages of development. In many cases, gingivitis is caused by a lack of oral hygiene. We all know we need to brush our teeth. Unfortunately, the gums can be overlooked. Other causes may not be a lack of hygiene. Perhaps a list would be helpful?

 

  1. Lack of oral hygiene
  2. Old age
  3. Dry mouth
  4. Malnutrition (especially vitamin C deficiency)
  5. Certain drugs (don’t do drugs kids)
  6. Genetics (bad luck, I guess)
  7. Hormonal changes related to pregnancy (not fair, I know)
  8. Medical conditions  

 

What’s the takeaway here? Brush your teeth and floss. Don’t ignore giving your gingiva attention. There’s that word again. You’d forgotten about it huh? If you end up with gum disease in spite of having good oral hygiene, definitely make a beeline to your dentist for help.          

Back to Your Roots

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When most people think of a painful dental procedure, they think of a root canal. Fortunately, horror stories about root canals can be traced back to early experimental procedures performed by some of the pioneers of dentistry. The modern technology surrounding root canals today allows for a safe procedure that saves millions of teeth each year.    

 

What is a Root Canal?

 

Root canal treatment is a procedure designed to save a tooth from disease or injury to the dental pulp. The pulp is the innermost part of a tooth. It contains blood vessels and nerve endings. It extends from the crown of the tooth through root. If the pulp is inflamed or infected, it can cause serious pain. Root canal treatment simply removes the inflamed or infected area. The following steps explain the process of root canal treatment.

 

  1. Your mouth will be numbed so that you don’t feel any pain during the procedure
  2. A small plastic shield will be placed around the tooth, keeping it dry and clean
  3. An opening is made into the crown of the tooth and into the pulp chamber
  4. Fluid is put into the canals to kill bacteria and rinse out any debris
  5. The infected or inflamed pulp is removed  
  6. The canals are cleaned and shaped using small instruments
  7. The canals are filled
  8. A temporary filling is used until the procedure is completed by a dentist
  9. Your dentist will properly restore your tooth with a filling or crown

 

 

Root canals are performed by an endodontist. Endodontists have advanced training in root canal treatment. Despite the negative connotation behind root canals, millions of treatments are performed effectively, safely, and comfortably each year.

 

Remember, root canals are often the best solution to stop serious tooth pain and save the tooth.

Don’t Just Floss, Floss Daily

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We all know it’s important to take care of our teeth. The two common ways that teeth get damaged are through an accident or neglect. It may be our genetics that make accidental damage more likely. Sometimes accidents can’t be avoided. Fortunately, modern dental procedures such as dental implants or root canals are quite effective at fixing these problems. Damage through neglect, on the other hand, is entirely up to us. When going in for your regular dental checkup, at some point the dental hygienist will likely make a comment about flossing. The comment will either be that you have been doing a good job at flossing daily, or it will come as a recommendation. We all know that flossing is an important part of dental hygiene. Even if you are part of the 50.5 percent of Americans that floss daily, it is important to make sure you floss correctly.

 

How to Floss

There is no substitute for flossing. We all know the value of it, but sometimes it is helpful to put things in a different perspective. Imagine that every time you brush your teeth you only brush your top teeth. Day in and day out, your bottom row of teeth are completely neglected. You can also imagine the outcome. Flossing cleans about 40 percent of the surfaces on our teeth that brushing doesn’t effectively reach. Ready to start flossing everyday?

 

  • Use an arm’s length of floss
  • Use waxed or unwaxed floss, whatever you prefer
  • Individual flossers can be used to make flossing more convenient
  • Gently floss the curves of your teeth
  • Move the floss in all directions, back and forth, up and down
  • Gently floss the gum line between your teeth
  • Don’t forget the hard to reach molars
  • Remove the floss carefully with a back and forth motion
  • Only floss once a day. Flossing too much can lead to serious gum damage

 

Set Goals

If you don’t already floss daily, it can be difficult to get into the habit. As a rule of thumb, it’s as difficult to start flossing as it is to quit smoking. Keep in mind your long term goal of having healthy teeth, and that rewarding moment when the dental hygienist compliments all of your hard work. All jokes aside, daily habits are often fragile at the start. Make sure you avoid “ah-screw-it” moments and skip flossing right before you go bed. Missing one day can quickly lead to another.  

 

 

   

Caring for Your Dental Implants

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It’s easy to want to cut corners with oral hygiene. However, if you want to keep a beautiful and healthy smile, a commitment to effective oral hygiene is necessary. This is especially true when caring for dental implants. Taking the necessary steps to care for your implants and natural teeth is not a friendly suggestion made by your dentist to fill conversation time at your appointments–it’s vital to being able to keep those implants for a lifetime.

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Why does it matter so much to care for dental implants?

Caring for dental implants is much like caring for natural teeth. There are many benefits of dental implants, but there are also a few vulnerabilities. Because a dental implant is not completely attached around the gums by a periodontal ligament, like a natural tooth, is it less capable of fighting plaque buildup and infection. The peri-implant crevice also provides a place for plaque to build up when not consistently cleaned. When not cared for, inflammation, infection, and irreversible bone loss can occur, leading to the implant being removed. Thus, regular oral hygiene becomes especially important.

For those who have needed implants due to oral hygiene negligence, they must be committed to maintaining oral care so their implants can last. The same way you would not spend thousands of dollars on a home just to leave it to crumble and fail, so also we do not want to see you invest in a dental implant only for it to dislodge and fail you.

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What care is necessary to keep those implants healthy and functional?

As stated above, caring for dental implants can be much like caring for natural teeth. Both regular brushing and flossing are needed, twice a day, to remove plaque buildup. Especially important is brushing and flossing immediately after eating. Recommended tools for brushing and flossing are:

  • Low-abrasive, plaque-fighting/tartar control toothpaste
  • A soft toothbrush (either manual or electric can be acceptable)
  • An interdental brush for between teeth and implants
  • Unwaxed or implant-specific floss or floss pick
  • An oral irrigator can be beneficial when recommended

In caring for your dental implants, 360 degree cleaning is necessary.

When brushing: With a soft toothbrush, brush all sides and angles of your dental implant, including around, in, and under the peri-implant crevice. Make sure to brush at and just below the gumline, as the dental implant can build plaque in those areas in the same way that natural teeth do. Using a soft toothbrush is required for a dental implant because scratches in the abutment or crown can house bacteria and lead to inflammation or infection.

When flossing: An effective method for flossing around a dental implant is to insert the floss on either side of the implant, crossing floss ends and moving in shoe-shine pattern to clean fully around the implant. Floss fully into the peri-implant crevice, where plaque can build up easily. When using an interdental brush, select a brush that is large enough to brush against the implant when inserted into the peri-implant crevice.

Visit Your Dentist

Home care should not replace check-ups with your dentist. For individuals with dental implants, regular checkups with the dentist should be scheduled every three to six months for a professional cleaning, and an x-ray examination of the dental implant should occur each year. Both you and your dentist want to see your dental implants remain healthy and functional, so both consistent home and professional care should be included in your dental implant treatment.

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In the end, you’re committing a few minutes each day in return for years of healthy implants, saved money, and painless smiles. If you want beautiful, strong, and healthy dental implants to bring back your confidence and comfort, come to Red Cliffs Dental in Saint George, UT. We want to see you smiling and happy, and we will help you on the road to achieving that smile!

Dental Crowns

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Dentist working on dental crownsDental crowns are a very common procedure, and there is actually evidence of them being done since 800 BC. Of course since then, there have been new advancements to make them stronger, safer, and more aesthetically pleasing.

Dental crowns can be made from a wide array of materials such as stainless steel, gold alloy, palladium, nickel, and porcelain. The metal crowns are stronger, but the porcelain crowns look more like natural teeth. But there is the option of creating a crown from metal and fusing it to porcelain, which will combine the strengths of both types of crown.

We have recently discussed several methods of tooth replacement on our blog, so you may be wondering why dental crowns may be advantageous. Dental crowns have several uses. They can be used as a temporary fix for a tooth that is not quite ready for a full tooth replacement. They can be used to hold together parts of a broken tooth. They last 5-15 years before they need to be replaced. At that time, the problem may need to be reevaluated to see if it is necessary to use another methodology of tooth replacement.

Dental crowns are very important to discuss because they are used in most other forms of tooth replacement. They are used to cap the dental implant and give the appearance of a tooth. They are also used on either side of a dental bridge to anchor it down with natural teeth. But crowns can also stand on their own as a type of tooth replacement. They can be used for relatively mild procedures.

Crowns can be used to cover an already weakened tooth from the invasion of bacteria and plaque. One example is after a root canal. After a root canal, your tooth is not strong enough for biting down, even after a filling. A dental crown is placed on top of the tooth to strengthen it. Due to a dental crowns strength, it can withstand fracture, wear, and corrosion. It seals very well to the tooth, which prevents leakage and decay from your weakened natural tooth.

Typically, how the procedure works, is the dentist will take a mold of your natural tooth and while they are manufacturing an exact crown for your tooth, they will give you a temporary crown for a few weeks. These temporary crowns are not an exact fit, but they will work just fine for the waiting period.

However, there is a high-tech medical device called E4D. This uses 3-D imaging to create same-day crowns that are an exact match for your tooth. This eliminates the need for temporary dental crowns and saves you one more trip to the dentist.

Red Cliffs Dental, in St. George, Utah uses E4D technology to get you in and out of the dentist in one day with a perfect match dental crown. Comfort and convenience are our top priority. If you would like to learn more about our procedures and our same-day dental crowns, give us a call at (435) 261-3400.

Permanent Dentures

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Tooth loss is an unfortunate but common reality that many people face. It affects self-confidence, speaking and eating abilities, and overall oral health if you leave it untreated. In fact, just 2 years after tooth loss, a person can lose 50% of their bone density in the jaw. The good news is there are several options available to you when trying to treat tooth loss.

A traditional form of tooth replacement is dentures. Conventional dentures are created by making a wax mold of your bite, and then from there, making a set of false teeth, from an array of materials such as plastic or porcelain. These false teeth would fit to the ridges of your gums, but could be easily taken out and put back into your mouth.

This practice is still used today, but there are some problems people often face with this method of tooth replacement. Regular dentures can shift in your mouth, and cause an older, sunken looking face. They can also limit the foods you can eat because they will fall out or get stuck. They can cause unclear speech, and often look unnatural. And because dentures rely on suction to stay in, their permanence is not very dependable.

If you live in the St. George area, you’re in luck, because Dr. Olsen at Red Cliffs Dental has several solutions that are far superior to a traditional denture. He uses new technology to make dentures that will fit your face perfectly and are more secure. They can make you look 10-20 years younger and they are completely functional. You can chew and speak with ease, and they look much more realistic than any other form of removable dentures.

There are other ways you can make a denture-like device that will be much longer lasting. We have already discussed bridges, veneers, and dental implants, but another common method of tooth replacement is a permanent denture. This can be a full set or a partial set of false teeth. The way it works is by combining implants, bridges, and dentures. Basically, there is an abutment on either side of a full arch. In between are false teeth.This system is not removeable, so it is much more reliable. If you have several or all of your teeth missing, this may be the best and most affordable option for you.

If you have any questions about tooth replacement methods, and what may be best for you, Red Cliffs Dental in St. George, Utah has all of the answers for you. Give us a call and we’d be happy to help!

Dental Implants vs. Veneers

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Last month we discussed the pros and cons of both dental implants and dental bridges. Between the two, dental implants are the most reliable, long-term, and aesthetically pleasing. However, dental implants and dental bridges are not the only forms of tooth replacement. Another very common method is veneers.

Both dental implants and veneers have circumstances in which they work best. But ultimately the choice should be made on a case by case basis. Red Cliffs Dental, in Saint George, Utah is here to give you all of the information about any form of tooth replacement   so that you can make the decision that is right for you.

First off, a veneer is a thin piece of porcelain that can be custom fitted and then bonded to your natural teeth. They are very much like a crown. The key difference is that crowns cover an entire tooth, whereas a veneer typically only covers the front or back surface of a tooth. There are several instances where veneers can be an excellent option. Veneers are good for fixing minor cosmetic issues. They are great for covering up problems such as yellowing, cracks, gaps, and worn down teeth. They also work well to cover up crooked teeth. Some people like veneers because they do not require surgery like implants do, but they are not always an option. In order to have veneers, there has to be some tooth present.

There are also many problems and risks involved with veneers. In order to make room in your mouth for the veneers, the enamel on your teeth must first be removed. Because of this, the procedure cannot be reversed. And if a veneer falls off or is damaged, it must be replaced. Veneers also put you at a greater risk of periodontal disease. This is because they do not cover every surface of the tooth, which can cause greater decay and make it harder to floss. If you are going to get veneers, you must commit to maintaining the best possible level of oral hygiene. Another problem with veneers is that they can shift if they were not bonded correctly, exposing the natural tooth with no enamel, which is extremely dangerous. Veneers can last 10-20 years if excellent oral health is maintained, and they are often much less expensive than dental implants. But because the porcelain is so thin, they can easily be stained or damaged from hard biting.

Between the two, dental implants are by far the most permanent method of repair for lost and broken teeth. If the problem could spread to other teeth, dental implants are the best method of eliminating that risk. In fact, there are almost no risks at all involved with dental implants. Sure, there is surgery involved, but it is very safe. As for cost, it may actually end up being more cost effective, because most often the procedure is a one time deal, and they will last a lifetime. However, if there are no roots present, the jawbone will start to collapse upon itself. This means that if you wait too long, there will be nothing to bond the implant to, so make sure you are being proactive about your oral health and your tooth replacement.

If you are wondering what method of tooth replacement  would work best for you, please feel free to give Red Cliffs Dental, in Saint George, Utah, a call at (435)261-3400. We are more than happy to schedule a consultation, and help you get the smile of your dreams.

Dental Implants vs. Bridge

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How a dental implant worksSometimes life happens and tooth replacement is a necessary reality. There are several different methods of tooth replacement, and each has its pros and cons. Two of the most common methods of tooth replacement are dental implants and dental bridges. If you live in Utah, you can go to Red Cliffs Dental- a great dentist in St. George- for all of your tooth replacement needs.

What is the difference between dental implants and dental bridges?

Dental bridges are basically a minimum of three crowns in a row. The outside teeth have to still be in place. Unlike an implant, they have to be cut down quite a bit to fit the crowns. The tooth or teeth in the middle would be completely artificial. Dental implants however, can be used on individual teeth and they do not need to be cut down. It is an artificial root that is implanted into your gums, where it will bond to the jaw. On top of that, a crown is crafted to look like an individual tooth.

What are the advantages and disadvantages of dental implants?

Dental implants are initially more expensive than dental bridges. But they often last a lifetime, so in the long run they can be more cost effective. And the good news is that many insurance providers will help pay a portion. It is an invasive method of tooth replacement because it requires surgery. It is 98% successful, but if you have a weakened immune system or a lowered ability to heal, it may put you at higher risk. But, dental implants are the most reliable option. They mimic the form and function of a natural tooth, so your brushing and flossing routines can remain as normal. They also offer the best possible aesthetics. They are also more hygienic than bridges because your cleaning routine stays the same.

What are the advantages and disadvantages of dental bridges?

Dental bridges are less expensive than implants, and they are often covered by insurance, but they typically only last 5-7 years. Because all teeth in a bridge are cemented together, you cannot brush and floss as usual. Dental bridges also require your natural teeth to be sanded down to fit the crowns. They still look fairly natural, and they only take a few weeks to complete. A bridge may also be better than implants if you have been missing your natural tooth for a long time.
In the event that you do need a tooth replaced, the choice is ultimately your own. Feel free to call a great dentist in St. George, Utah, Dr. Kelly J. Olsen at Red Cliffs Dental. He can provide you with his expert advice on your individual case. If you want to learn more about dental implants, you can read about it on our website.

Benefits of Dental Implants

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  • They are the closest thing to natural, healthy teeth. A dental implant restores a lost tooth so it looks, feels, fits and functions like a natural tooth, while being strong and stable.
  • Dental implants are a long-term solution as they are built to last. Traditional, tooth-supported dental bridges only last five to seven years, and with proper care often more than 10 years, but at some point they may need to be replaced. While dental implants may need periodic adjustments, they can last a lifetime when properly placed and cared for over time.
  • Enjoy life without worrying about your teeth! No need to stay home or feel uncomfortable in public, embarrassed because your smile looks different, or worrying that missing teeth will limit your ability to join in the fun or that removable dentures or tooth-supported replacement teeth will loosen or fall out when you talk, eat or laugh. Teeth restored with dental implants are teeth that let you, not your teeth, lead your life.
  • Retain your natural face shape, and smile. Dental implants allow you to maintain the natural shape of your face and smile.
  • Protect healthy bone. Leaving empty spaces in your mouth after losing one or more teeth can lead to additional health issues, such as the loss and deterioration of some of your jawbone. When it is not being used to support a natural tooth, the jawbone deteriorates, losing its strength and firmness. Dental implants are the only dental restoration option that preserves and stimulates natural bone, actually helping to stimulate bone growth and prevent bone loss.
  • Keep your teeth in your mouth, not in a cup. Dental implants allow you to keep your teeth where they belong, in your mouth. No more worrying that your dentures might slip or fall out. Brush, floss and care for teeth that have been replaced using dental implants exactly the way you would natural teeth, in your mouth.
  • Adjusting to removable dentures can mean struggling to pronounce everyday words. Not so with dental implants, which function like natural teeth.
  • Taste and enjoy the foods you love without hesitation. You can bite naturally, eat virtually anything you want and, unlike removable dentures that can feel uncomfortable, you can experience the full taste of the food you eat with dental implants, too.
  • Cavities cannot occur in an implant-restored crown, or replacement tooth; however, you will need to visit your dentist as scheduled and clean and care for it and your gums and mouth every day, the same as you would if it were a natural tooth.
  • Keep teeth in place. Dentures may slip when you eat, talk, smile, laugh, kiss, yawn or cough, so that you have to “reposition” them back into place in the mouth. Dental implants are fixed in place and fuse naturally with your jawbone, meaning your replacement teeth won’t move, click or shift.
  • Protect your healthy teeth. Placing a tooth-supported bridge requires grinding away the teeth on one or both sides of the missing tooth or teeth, thereby damaging healthy teeth to restore those that are missing. The modified healthy teeth are attached to, and support, the bridge. Dental implants go in the jawbone, in the spot where your missing tooth root was, without impacting healthy teeth. They also help prevent healthy, adjacent teeth from shifting as they would if an empty space were left for an extended period of time.
  • More predictable than other repair and restoration methods. Dental implant treatment has a track record of reliable, long-term successful outcomes and is often considered “more predictable” than other treatments to repair or replace missing teeth, including bridgework, removable appliances and retreatment of failing root canal therapy.

Dental implants from Red Cliffs Dental in St. George Utah help maintain your natural smile!

 

Let Red Cliffs Dental help to keep your teeth healthy. Whether it be dental implants or a simple teeth whitening, choose the pain-free option by going with Red Cliffs Dental in St. George, Utah. Serving customers from multiple St. George areas including the Washington and Santa Clara neighborhood.

 

Dental Implants

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What Are Dental Implants?

Dental implants are replacement tooth roots. Implants provide a strong foundation for permanent or removable replacement teeth that are made to match your natural teeth.

Advantages of Dental Implants

  • Improved appearance. Dental implants look and feel like your own teeth. And because they are designed to fuse with bone, they become permanent.
  • Improved speech. With poor-fitting dentures, the teeth can slip within the mouth causing you to mumble or slur your words. Dental implants allow you to speak without the worry that teeth might slip.
  • Improved comfort. Because they become part of you, implants eliminate the discomfort of removable dentures.
  • Easier eating. Sliding dentures can make chewing difficult. Dental implants function like your own teeth, allowing you to eat your favorite foods with confidence and without pain.
  • Improved self-esteem. Dental implants can give you back your smile and help you feel better about yourself.
  • Improved oral health. Dental implants don’t require reducing other teeth, as a tooth-supported bridge does. Because nearby teeth are not altered to support the implant, more of your own teeth are left intact, improving long-term oral health. Individual implants also allow easier access between teeth, improving oral hygiene.
  • Durability. Implants are very durable and will last many years. With good care, many implants last a lifetime.
  • Convenience. Removable dentures are just that; removable. Dental implants eliminate the embarrassing inconvenience of removing dentures, as well as the need for messy adhesives to keep them in place.

Are Dental Implants Successful?

Success rates of dental implants vary, depending on where in the jaw the implants are placed but, in general, dental implants have a success rate of up to 98%. With proper care implants can last a lifetime.

Who Can Get Dental Implants?

In most cases, anyone healthy enough to undergo a routine dental extraction or oral surgery can be considered for a dental implant. Patients should have healthy gums and enough bone to hold the implant. They also must be committed to good oral hygiene and regular dental visits. Heavy smokers, people suffering from uncontrolled chronic disorders, such as diabetes or heart disease, or patients who have had radiation therapy to the head/neck area need to be evaluated on an individual basis. If you are considering implants, talk to your dentist to see if they are right for you.

Does Insurance Cover the Cost?

In general, dental implants are not covered by dental insurance at this time. Coverage under your medical plan may be possible, depending on the insurance plan and/or cause of tooth loss. Detailed questions about your individual needs and how they relate to insurance should be discussed with your dentist and insurance provider.

What Is Involved in Getting a Dental Implant?

The first step in the dental implant process is the development of an individualized treatment plan which can be provided to you by calling or visiting Red Cliffs Dental. The plan addresses your specific needs and is prepared by a team of professionals who are specially trained and experienced in oral surgery and restorative dentistry. This team approach provides coordinated care based on the implant option that is best for you.

Next, the tooth root implant, which is a small post made of titanium, is placed into the bone socket of the missing tooth. As the jawbone heals, it grows around the implanted metal post, anchoring it securely in the jaw. The healing process can take from six to 12 weeks. Once the implant has bonded to the jawbone, a small connector post, called an abutment, is attached to the post to securely hold the new tooth. To make the new tooth or teeth, your dentist makes impressions of your teeth, and creates a model of your bite (which captures all of your teeth, their type, and arrangement). The new tooth or teeth is based on this model. A replacement tooth, called a crown, is then attached to the abutment. Instead of one or more individual crowns, some patients may have attachments placed on the implant that retain and support a removable denture.

Your dentist also will match the color of the new teeth to your natural teeth. Because the implant is secured within the jawbone, the replacement teeth look, feel, and function just like your own natural teeth.

How Painful Are Dental Implants?

Most people who have received dental implants say that there is very little discomfort involved in the procedure. Local anesthesia can be used during the procedure, and most patients report that implants involve less pain than a tooth extraction. After the dental implant, mild soreness can be treated with over-the-counter pain medications, such as Tylenol or Motrin.

How Do I Care for Dental Implants?

Dental implants require the same care as real teeth, including brushing, flossing, rinsing with an antibacterial mouthwash, and regular dental check-ups.Let Red Cliffs Dental help to keep your teeth healthy. Whether it be dental implants or a simple teeth whitening, choose the pain-free option by going with Red Cliffs Dental in St. George, Utah. Serving customers from multiple St. George areas including the Washington and Santa Clara neighborhood.  



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