How to Make Your Child’s First Visit to the Dentist a Success

Posted by on May 3, 2017 in Blog, dentistry | 0 comments

Taking a child to the family dentist for the first time is usually more stressful for the parent than it is for the child since kids don’t have any preconceived opinions about the dentist office. According to the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, children should have their first dental checkup around their first birthday (or six months after the first tooth erupts). These tips will help make that first visit go smoothly for parents...

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Relieve Dental Anxiety with Four Types of Sedation

Posted by on Mar 28, 2017 in Blog, dental care, dentist, dentistry | 0 comments

For the thousands of Americans who experience anxiety while in the dentist chair, sedation dentistry removes these fears. This practice uses medication to provide different levels of relaxation depending on the procedure at hand. Here are the main types of sedation used for this dental specialty. Inhaled Minimal Sedation Minimal sedation, an awake but relaxed state, is achieved through the administration of nitrous oxide. Also known as laughing...

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Benefits of a Full Mouth Makeover

Posted by on Feb 21, 2017 in Blog, dental care | 0 comments

People who experience dissatisfaction with their mouth and teeth may look for aesthetic solutions that will restore health and appearance. A full mouth makeover is a cosmetic dentistry procedure that can fix a variety of problems at once. Issues Resolved Damaged or imperfect teeth can be encased in crowns. These crowns are caps that fully cover teeth to improve appearance and add strength. The dentist cements the crowns in place to secure them....

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What to Know About Periodontal Diseases

Posted by on Dec 29, 2016 in Blog, dentist | 0 comments

A periodontal disease is a serious gum infection that can potentially cause severe damage to the gums and jawbones, subsequently leading to tooth decay and loss. Poor oral hygiene is usually the cause of these infections. Periodontal diseases are both preventable and treatable with the help of general dentistry treatments. Gingivitis Gingivitis the mildest and most common form of gum disease. Caused by toxins in plaque, gingivitis is especially...

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