3 Benefits Of Sedation Dentistry

19 April 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Whether you need to undergo a root canal, cavity filling, or extraction, sedation may be an option to consider. Not only is sedation offered through an oral medication and "laughing gas" that is breathed in through the mouth and nose, but intravenous sedation is also available to some patients. Unfortunately, most people are not truly familiar with sedation and its benefits. Here are a few benefits you should know if you are considering sedation for your next dental procedure. Read More 

4 FAQs Regarding Sedation Dentistry

20 March 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

If you, like many other Americans, suffer from severe anxiety about going to the dentist, there is a solution. Sedation dentistry allows patients to get cleanings and treatments without the stress and fear. If you want to finally get the dental treatment you need without the anxiety, check out these frequently asked questions about sedation dentistry. 1. What Types of Sedation Are Available? The most popular sedation options include inhalation, oral and IV. Read More 

3 Materials Used For Dental Fillings

14 February 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Going to the dentist is necessary for maintaining the health of your teeth. This may not be an appointment you look forward to keeping but can allow you to find any issues that may need addressing. For instance, if you have a cavity, it's likely you may need a dental filling. Your dentist will drill out the decay and fill it with a specific type of material. Being aware of the various options you have for this process may be helpful to you. Read More 

3 Ways A Deviated Septum Can Affect Oral Health

24 January 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

If your nasal septum is deviated to one side as a result of an injury or congenital defect, you may have trouble breathing. Also, your sense of smell may be diminished, and you may not be able to taste your food. In addition to these common symptoms, a deviated septum can lead to problems with your gums and teeth. Here are three ways a deviated septum can affect your oral health and what you can do about them: Read More