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Precision Implant & Oral Surgery is an advanced oral surgery facility with the latest technology in diagnostic, surgical, and anesthetic equipment. We offer a full range of oral and maxillofacial surgery and care.
Along with our board-certified oral and maxillofacial surgeon, our staff includes anesthesiologists, specialized surgical assistants, and knowledgeable treatment coordinators to make sure your experience is the best possible.
We have been serving St. George and the surrounding areas since 1994 and continue to provide our patients with quality care in a comfortable setting.
Our office is open Monday through Friday. We work with most insurance companies and offer convenient financing with approved credit. Major credit cards are also accepted for your convenience.
Dr. Scott E. Bulloch
Dr. Bulloch was born in St. George, but grew up in Salt Lake City and Southern California. He lives here with his wife Stephanie and however many of his 14 children happen to still be at home at the time.Learn More About Dr. Scott E. Bulloch
Dental implants are used to replace missing teeth, stabilize loose fitting dentures, or support a bridge.Learn About Implants
All-On-Four Dental Implants
These "permanent" dentures are fixed in place using four dental implants. This latest technology is the option closest to having natural teeth again.Learn About All-On-Four
Wisdom Teeth Removal
Wisdom teeth (third molars) form during the mid to late teen years. If not removed, they can cause...Learn About Wisdom Teeth
We now have an in-house Nurse Anesthetist to work in collaboration with Dr. Bulloch to administer the proper amount of anesthesia that will provide optimum comfort!Learn About Sedation
What Patients Are Saying
We are grateful to serve the incredible people of this community! With 25 years of service, we consider everyone here to be our friends and family. Check out some of their success stories!View All our Patient Reviews
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10 Dental Specialties: Who Should I See For What?
Did you know there are currently ten dental specialties recognized by the American Dental Association? I don’t know about you, but growing up, I always figured a general dentist was the one stop shop for everything oral. Turns out, I was wrong. A general dentist is best known for being the front line in oral healthcare. Regular visits to your general dentist for cleanings and check-ups will help prevent potentially painful future problems. Cleanings, fillings, restorations, and screenings are all examples of what general dentists have been trained to do in dental school.
They are, however, not actually a specialist and will often refer a patient to a specialist if a problem presents that is beyond their scope of training. The difference between a general dentist and a specialist is the amount of education. A general dentist will receive their dental degree after completing 4 years of postgraduate dental school. Specialist have also completed this and then continue on for an additional 2-6 years of specialized education.
Below you will find details regarding each of the dental specialties. Education is key. Learning which specialist is best qualified to handle specific oral problems will give you the opportunity to find the best possible solution for any oral health issues.