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Sedation Dentistry: How Sedation Dentistry Can Calm Your Anxiety

May 24th, 2020 General Dentistry, Sedation 0 comments on “Sedation Dentistry: How Sedation Dentistry Can Calm Your Anxiety”

A vast majority of the population suffers from dental anxiety. It is actually estimated that more than 10% of American adults avoid going to the dentist because their dental anxiety is severe.

 

Causes of Dental Anxiety
There are quite a few reasons people experience anxiety about dentists including the following:

• Fear of pain
• Feeling helpless
• Bad gag reflex
• Embarrassment
• Negative experiences

Sedation is the Solution
Thanks to advancements in sedation dentistry it is now easier than ever to reduce your dental anxiety. Also, there are many forms of sedation that can be utilized and doing so helps patients no matter what form of anxiety they are dealing with. Also, while the sedation helps to calm the patient and help them relax it also works to help the doctor treat you more efficiently.

Schedule Your Consultation
If you are experiencing dental anxiety especially if it is keeping you from seeking important dental work then it would be beneficial if you reached out to our office to schedule your consultation with our doctors. They can discuss our sedation options with you and create a customized treatment plan for you as well.

Cosmetic Patient Smiling

Cosmetic Dentistry: 3 Ways It Can Be Used To Restore Your Smile

May 6th, 2020 Cosmetic Dentistry, Dental Implants, General Dentistry 0 comments on “Cosmetic Dentistry: 3 Ways It Can Be Used To Restore Your Smile”

Thanks to advancements in cosmetic dentistry you no longer have to settle for a smile you are unhappy with. Also, the procedures that have been developed in the field of cosmetic dentistry as well as the advanced technology makes it easier to restore your smile. These cosmetic procedures range from Teeth Whitening, to Porcelain Veneers, and Dental Implants. To learn more about each type of cosmetic procedure it would be beneficial if you reached out to our office to schedule your consultation.

 

Teeth Whitening

Although, there are methods for at home teeth whitening if you want a professional result then it is best you reach out to your dentist in order to get your teeth cosmetically whitened. If you are unhappy with the stains that have developed on your teeth overtime, then it would be beneficial if you reached out to our office to set up a consultation. Our dental professionals can work with you to create a customize teeth whitening treatment plan that meets your needs.

Porcelain Veneers

Porcelain Veneers are great for patients who are suffering from chips, cracks, or gaps in between their teeth. The porcelain material that are made of provides the patient with a solution to their discolored teeth that is stain resistant.

Dental Implants

Dental Implants provide patients with missing teeth with a permanent solution. Also, because your dental implants are designed to fit, feel, and function just like your natural teeth they feel comfortable for the patient. Also, in addition to enhancing the aesthetic appeal of a patient’s teeth they also work to improve the function of the patient’s teeth.

Schedule Your Consultation
If you are unhappy with your smile then it would be very beneficial if you reached out to our office to schedule a consultation. This would allow our doctors to explore our cosmetic dentistry options with you.

Searching For A Perfect Dentist

Searching For A Perfect Dentist

November 11th, 2019 General Dentistry 0 comments on “Searching For A Perfect Dentist”

Finding a dentist may be challenging, especially when you’re new to a location. The hardest part about finding the perfect dentist is knowing how their payment structure is set up and if you like their bedside manner. Not finding a dentist isn’t and shouldn’t be in the question, so how do you find someone that works well with you and your family?

One of the best ways to go about finding a dentist is going through your insurance plan. This is a good first step because it will eliminate any dentist your plan does not cover. This is ideal, so you do not end up paying your full dental amount and you narrow down who you can pick.

Another good way to find a dentist is by asking coworkers or neighbors. If you are friendly with the people that are around you, you should use them as a resource. This will give you a few selections of people you could potentially trust and like, and then you have an easier path to narrowing the options down to fit your exact needs.

And finally, another option that works well for finding your perfect dental fit is setting up consultation appointments with those you have found through research. A consultation will allow you to get to know the dentist and their team, and see if the office offers everything you’re looking for and needing.

There are many ways to go about finding a new dentist, no matter what your circumstances are. If you need help, you may want to contact the dentist you were seeing in your old location, and see if they can offer you recommendations.

Schedule an appointment at your earliest convenience. Remember, it is necessary to keep on top of your oral health so other major issues do not arise. A dentist is there to help you stay on track with your oral hygiene, and give you any heads up they can on signs and symptoms they notice.