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One Day Smile – Is It the Right Procedure For You?

Teeth Whitening

Are you ready to transform your smile in a single day? Say goodbye to uncomfortable dentures or missing teeth and get a new smile in one day with implant-retained prosthetics. This innovative dental procedure combines the benefits of traditional implants with the convenience of a same-day placement of an entire upper and or lower set […]

How does technology make dentistry better?

Dental Technology

Gone are the days when you would go to the barber shop to get your teeth pulled. We no longer have a one stop shop for a quick shave and a painful tooth removal – and that is a good thing! Dental technology has advanced a lot in the past decade and has made new […]

What Types Of Sedations are Used By Dentists?

Sedation Dentistry

Sedation in dentistry is an important aspect of the practice that you might not be aware of. Whether you are undergoing a generally painful procedure or you are someone who has a fear of dentistry, sedation is a way for dentist offices to remain able to offer important services and keep you as comfortable as […]

Scared of the Dentist? Sedation Dentistry might be for you!

Sedation Dentistry

Do you have a fear of the dentist’s office? Do the sounds or smells or bright lights make you nervous?  You are not alone. According to a survey study conducted by DentaVox, around 61 percent of respondents claimed that they were suffering from some degree of dental anxiety. That is a majority of people saying […]

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? […]

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 […]