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What Causes Dry Mouth and How to Deal with It?

Dry Mouth

Do you ever wake up in the morning and your mouth feels dry? Does this feeling persist throughout the day? Has the dryness in your mouth just shown up recently — perhaps after a medication or lifestyle change? What you are feeling is commonly referred to as dry mouth, or xerostomia, the medical term for […]

Suffering from a Dental Implant Infection? Follow this for an Effective Remedy

Dental Implant Infection

Teeth fall out (or are pulled) for many different reasons. Sometimes, your tooth is knocked out. Other times, it decays to the point of needing to be pulled. The American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons estimates that 69% of adults (between ages 44) have lost at least one permanent tooth.  No matter the reason, […]

What are the Different Types of Sedation Dentistry?

Sedation Dentistry

What Is Sedation Dentistry? Sedation dentistry, sometimes referred to as sleep dentistry, is the use of medication that helps patients to relax during difficult dental procedures. The medication administered by a qualified dentist or anesthetist can also assist in the reduction of pain associated with specific dental procedures. Where Should I Go For Sedation Dentistry? […]

Four Biggest Mistakes To Avoid With All-On-4 (One Day SmileTM) Dental Implants

IV Sedation

A smile can be so contagious that when anyone sees it, they instantly smile as well. Chances are you are reading this blog because you have lost confidence in your ‘killer smile’, and in searching need of tooth replacement. I assume that your research has led you to consider All-on-4  / One Day SmileTM dental […]

The Differences Between Dental Oral and IV Sedation: A Comprehensive Guide

IV Sedation

Webster defines phobia as “an exaggerated and often disabling fear usually inexplicable to the subject.” Dental phobia certainly fits Webster’s description. Dental phobia is real and prevalent.. A Journal of Dental Hygiene study concludes that moderate to high dental anxiety prevalence of 19%. That’s about 63 million people in the US that suffer from dental […]