Welcome to Cedar City Dental Clinic



We remove the barriers hard working families, such as yours, face in receiving dental care.

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CEDAR CITY DENTAL CLINIC HOURS

Dental Office: 435-359-2165

Monday 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Tuesday 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Wednesday CLOSED
Thursday 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Friday CLOSED
Saturday CLOSED
Sunday CLOSED

After Hours Line 435-986-2565




MEET YOUR CARE PROVIDERS



Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS)

Ryan Howard




Dental Hygienist (DH)

Selene Flores







  • Plaque and tartar
  • Healthy teeth and Gums
  • Ask your dentist:

Tooth decay and gum disease are largely caused by plaque, a sticky combination of bacteria and food. Plaque begins to accumulate on teeth within 20 minutes after eating. If this plaque is not removed thoroughly each day, tooth decay will flourish. Over time, plaque will harden into tartar.

Plaque and tartar lead to a number of problems:

  • Cavities — holes that damage the structure of teeth
  • Gingivitis — swollen, inflamed, bleeding gums
  • Periodontitis — destruction of the ligaments and bone that support the teeth, often leading to tooth loss
  • Bad breath (halitosis)
  • Abscesses, pain, inability to use teeth
  • A variety of health problems outside the mouth, from preterm labor to heart disease
Healthy teeth are clean and have no cavities. Healthy gums are pink and firm. To maintain healthy teeth and gums, follow these steps:

 

  • Brush your teeth at least twice daily, preferably after every meal and at bedtime.
  • Floss at least once per day.
  • Schedule an appointment with a dentist for a routine cleaning and examination. Many dentists recommend having the teeth professionally cleaned every 6 months.
  • Keep dentures, retainers, and other appliances clean. This includes regular brushing and may include soaking them in a cleansing solution.

Ask your dentist:

  • What toothbrush you should use, and where your problem areas are located. Ask if an electric tooth brush is right for you. Such brushes have been shown to clean teeth better than manual tooth brushes.
  • How to properly floss your teeth. Overly vigorous or improper flossing may injure the gums.
  • Whether you should use any special appliances or tools, such as water irrigation. This may sometimes help supplement (but not replace) brushing and flossing.
  • Whether you could benefit from particular toothpastes or mouth rinses. In some cases, over-the-counter pastes and rinses may be doing you more harm than good, depending on your condition.

Regular teeth cleaning by a dentist removes plaque that may develop even with careful brushing and flossing, especially in areas that are difficult for you to reach on your own. Professional cleaning includes scaling and polishing. This uses various instruments or devices to loosen and remove deposits from the teeth. Routine examination may include dental x-rays.Also add: Fillings, Extractions, Root Canals, Crowns, Sealants, Cleaning and Hygienist Services.



CEDAR CITY DENTAL CLINIC PHOTOS





We continue to evolve Family Healthcare according to the model of the Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH) which puts patients at the center of the healthcare system, and provides primary care that is “accessible, affordable, continuous, comprehensive, family centered, coordinated, compassionate, and culturally effective.”


We are looking for various roles across our care teams and administration. If you want to help others and make lives better through compassionate quality healthcare service delivery, then we’d love to hear from you!


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MAIN LOCATION CONTACT INFORMATION

25 North 100 East Suite 102
St. George, Utah 84770
435-986-2565

ADDITIONAL LOCATION CONTACT INFORMATION

St. George Medical:  435-986-2565
St. George Dental:  435-359-2165
Millcreek High School:  435-986-2565
Hurricane Middle School:  435-986-2565
Cedar City :  435-865-1387
After Hours Line:  435-986-2565

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