Prior to an oral surgery procedure, or if a patient receiving treatment suffers from dental anxiety, the doctor may recommend a sedative. Dental sedation helps patients enter a calm and relaxed state. We offer multiple options for calming a patient. Do you need oral or inhaled sedation?
Month: November 2015
“Why should I replace missing teeth?” A simple question. What’s the big deal if you lose one or more teeth? Aside from the changes to your appearance, tooth loss can have a major health impact on your smile. Without replacement, everything from your facial structure to your smile’s alignment is in jeopardy. Fortunately, we can… Read more »
As serious as gum disease is, there are still steps to be taken in the early stages to reverse to successfully manage the disease. Without these steps however, you could eventually suffer from tooth loss and a number of uncomfortable symptoms. Do you need preventive services? What can you do to treat the disease in… Read more »
The first step in receiving treatment is an exam. The doctor takes a close look at your smile for indicators that something is wrong. As part of this process the patient may need diagnostic imaging. What is diagnostic imaging? Using advanced technology the doctor can obtain a clear and precise view of your oral health.
Have you ever heard of dental implant? These are a sturdier and more lifelike option for replacing teeth, especially when compared to dental bridges or dentures. People often ask, “How do I receive dental implants?” The placement process involves oral surgery and can lead to a new tooth that looks and functions similarly the real thing…. Read more »