1050 Flower Mound Rd., Suite 180
     Flower Mound, TX 75028

972.891.3915
Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri: 8 am to 5 pm
Wed: closed
Sat: 8 am to 1 pm

Post Op Instructions: Root Canals Treatments

Endodontic treatment can take 1, 2, or 3 appointments depending on the case. It is possible to experience any of the following symptoms after any of these appointments:  sensitivity to pressure and touch, difficulty chewing, possible swelling. If you experience swelling, please call our office immediately as additional medication may be required. One common occurrence […]

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Post Op Instructions: Composite Fillings

Once we have restored your teeth with tooth-colored materials, these restorations will serve you well for several years. The resin (plastic) material used contains small “filler” particles of glass-like material for strength and wear resistance. They contain the finest and most up-to-date materials available today. However, you should be aware of the following information about […]

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Post Op Instructions: Night Guards

Purpose: The purpose of splint therapy is to help your lower jaw function more properly. Since the treatment you are to receive is mainly orthopedic in nature, we have fabricated an orthopedic appliance to help reposition your lower jaw. This appliance will help to relax any of your jaw muscles which are in spasm and […]

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Post Op Instructions: Crowns, Veneers and Bridges or Fillings

Temporary crowns :-Temporaries are not strong. They may break or come off occasionally. If so, slip it back on the tooth with some Fixodent™ (Denture Adhesive) and call us for an appointment, please be careful until you come to us so as not to swallow it. If you don’t feel comfortable, don’t put the temporary […]

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Post Op Instructions: Oral Surgery and Tooth Extraction

THE DAY OF SURGERY Some degree of discomfort and pain arises as numbness subsides. At the first sign of pain or discomfort, take the pain medication prescribed. Please make sure you read the directions carefully before taking the medication. Any pain medication can cause nausea and vomiting. It is very important that you have some […]

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Immediate Dentures

You have just had an immediate denture placed in your mouth. The following information will assist you to understand the sequence of events during the healing period. Teeth have been removed from your mouth. Stitches may have been placed to help the mouth heal. If so, they will dissolve by themselves, unless we tell you […]

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Physical Therapy for Tempromandibular Disorders (TMJ)

The purpose of this therapy is to influence your lower jaw to function freely and without pain. Many situations cause the malfunction of your lower jaw. Examples are: accidents, surgery, developmental defects, peculiar oral habits, many fillings placed over numerous years, naturally occurring malocclusion (poor bite), orthodontics, psychological stress, clenching or grinding of teeth, and […]

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Post Op Instructions: Dentures

Dentures / Partials Sore Spots: Usually, your mouth will have a few “sore spots” after wearing the denture/partial for 24 hours. These areas can be relieved with very little effort during your next appointment. Chewing: The new bite may not feel completely comfortable for several weeks. We can adjust the contacting surfaces of your teeth […]

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