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Sedation dentistry uses medication to help patients relax during dental procedures. What Types of Sedation Are Used in Dentistry? Inhaled minimal sedation. You breathe nitrous oxide -- otherwise known as "laughing gas" -- combined with oxygen through a mask that's placed over your nose. The gas helps you relax. Your dentist can control the amount of sedation you receive, and the gas tends to wear off quickly. This is the only form of sedation where

A tooth has 2 parts: a crown and roots. The crown is above the gum, the roots are below gum and attach the tooth to the jawbone. The “root canal” is the hollow section of a tooth that contains the nerve tissue, blood vessels, and other cells, also known as the pulp. The pulp nourishes the tooth and provides moisture to its surroundings. Root canal therapy, also known as endodontic therapy, is

What is laser dentistry? Laser dentistry is a minimally invasive option when you’re facing gum surgery, cavity treatment, or other oral issues. Lasers, which are extremely focused light beams, are used in a variety of procedures involving the inside of the mouth - some of these include: Canker sore and cold sore pain treatments. Treating root canal infections. Treating gum disease. Removing gum inflammation. Gum reshaping. Exposing wisdom teeth. Removing

So, what’s the difference between a Holistic Dentist and a Biological Dentist? Honestly, there isn’t one. A biological dentist is a dentist who practices dentistry with the understanding that what happens to the teeth and gums may have an impact on the rest of the body. What Is Biological Dentistry? Also known as holistic dentistry, biological dentistry focuses on the health of not just your teeth, but your entire state of physical and

Dental exams help protect not just your oral health, but also your overall health. For instance, signs and symptoms of some systemic diseases might show up in the mouth first. Also, the exam gives your dentist a chance to provide tips on caring for your teeth and to detect oral health problems early — when they're most treatable. During the exam, your dentist will check your face, neck and underneath your

Don’t wait till it hurts! Things happen, we get it… but do yourself a favor and get your teeth looked at before they hurt. When is it an emergency? You have severe pain that just won’t go away You have sensitivity to hot or cold You have a new “bump” on your gums You have a dark spot on your gum, cheek, tongue or lips You have noticed a change in

Kids need special attention in an unfamiliar situation like on a dental chair. We realize that and take the time with them and strive to make their dental experience as pleasant and comfortable as possible. We have entertainment in the waiting area and TVs on the ceiling in dental rooms to keep them entertained during their appointment. Your child should be seen by a dentist, for the first time, within 6

Veneer is a thin layer of material usually made from porcelain that is bonded on to the anterior tooth. It is generally used to improve the aesthetics of a tooth or to protect the tooth from damage. Veneers are customized to match the shape and colour of your tooth and can often be an alternative to crowns. The material used is durable but may need to be replaced in the