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Laser Gum Disease Treatment

LANAP: The Minimally Invasive Laser Gum Disease Treatment

June 25th, 2020 Laser Dentistry 0 comments on “LANAP: The Minimally Invasive Laser Gum Disease Treatment”

Gum Disease better known as Periodontal disease is increasingly affecting a large portion of the population annually. However, thanks to advancements to major advancements within dentistry major advancements have emerged for gum disease treatment. One of these advancements has led to the Laser Assisted New Attachment Procedure also known as LANAP. This procedure allows gum disease to be treated using a minimally invasive laser which makes it easier for dental patients to receive pain free treatment. To learn more about LANAP laser treatments in Brevard, NC and exactly how it is beneficial to dental patients please refer to the points being made below.

 

Here are five benefits to LANAP® laser treatment:

  1. Avoid Gum Recession

Gum recession is a major warning sign that you are beginning to develop gum disease. With this being said it’s highly important to be sure that you are being proactive about seeking treatment.

  1. Recover Faster

Unlike traditional treatment methods the LANAP® laser treatment is minimally invasive, and this means less discomfort for the patient and a decrease in the amount of time it takes to heal.

  1. Experience Less Pain

In the past traditional periodontal disease were thought of as painful because they involved the use of incisions and sutures. However, with the LANAP laser procedure the process is pain free.

  1. Reduce Bleeding

Traditional gum disease treatments often can cause bleeding to your gums because they are sensitive. However, with LANAP the precise lasers help to minimize any chance of bleeding.

  1. Enjoy Lasting Results

Advancements in technology have allowed the LANAP procedure to provide patients with long lasting results. Schedule your appointment with our doctor today for gum disease treatment.

 

Schedule Your LANAP Gum Disease Treatment
If you are in need of LANAP Gum Disease Treatment then please don’t hesitate to contact our Dental office in Brevard, NC to schedule your treatment. Our doctors have the advanced technology as well as the experience to provide you with high quality gum disease treatment. Contact our office today!

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Will Eating with My Aligners in Impact My Invisalign Results?

June 11th, 2020 Cosmetic Dentistry 0 comments on “Will Eating with My Aligners in Impact My Invisalign Results?”

If you have decided to have your alignment adjusted and chosen Invisalign in Brevard, NC as your method of treatment then there are a few beneficial things you should keep in mind. One of the main things that we should keep in mind would be that with Invisalign you will have the benefit of less dietary restrictions. Unlike, with traditional braces you can take your invisible aligners out before a meal so you’re not restricted to what kinds of food you can eat. To learn more about how aligners will impact your eating read below:

Can You Eat With Your Invisible Aligners?
As mentioned above if you want to eat something while you are wearing your invisible aligners they would need to be taken out before you eat. In other words, you are not restricted to what you can eat like you would be with traditional braces. Also, in relation to what foods are good to eat when you are getting used to your new Invisalign aligner trays yogurt, eggs, or pasta are good options. This is because the texture and consistency of these foods will help to avoid irritating any discomfort from the trays.

What Is the Proper Care For Your Aligners?
It’s important to be sure that you are brushing and flossing after every meal and before you place your aligners back into your mouth. If you place your invisible aligners back into your mouth after eating without brushing or cleaning them, you are making yourself more susceptible to bacteria forming. Naturally foods contain sugar which attaches itself to the surface of all of your teeth promoting tooth decay. In order to avoid spreading bacteria it’s best to clean your teeth before refitting your aligners.

What Can You Drink With Your Aligners?
Similar to the process of removing your invisible aligners before you eat it’s also recommended that you remove them before you drink. The main reason for this is because if you are drinking certain kinds of liquid such as coffee or wine these liquids are most likely going to stain your invisible aligner trays. Also, hot liquids like tea or coffee can also distort the shape of the aligners which will render them unfeasible.

How Do You Clean Your Aligners?
Invisalign aligner trays are more convenient than traditional braces because you can remove them. Also, this makes cleaning your aligners easier. You can remove them to brush your teeth, floss, or clean the aligner trays. This is important for your dental hygiene and oral health. If you are interested in Invisalign invisible aligners feel free to reach out to our Dental office in Brevard, North Carolina for further information about Invisible aligners with our Qualified Staff.

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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.