3
Aug

What Is The Difference Between Gingivitis And Periodontal Disease?

Moreover, it is important that patients realize the importance of maintaining oral health practices all throughout their lifetime. It is easier to treat and reverse gum and periodontal diseases at their earlier stages, than when these have already worsened.

30
Jul

Three Types Of Sedation Commonly Used In Dentistry

Many people still dread each much-needed trip to the dentist. As a solution, dentists offer sedation dentistry to patients to help them relax during the procedure.

When determining the level and type of sedation for a patient, a dentist takes into consideration the following factors: age, physical condition, medical history, as well as, the kind and amount of dental work to be done. If you are bound to undergo a dental procedure, you might want to know the common types of sedation in dentistry.

1. Inhaled Sedation

As its name suggests, this type of sedation requires you to breathe in the sedative.

6
Apr

Dental Hygiene Frequency

Do Dental clinics ask you to come back twice a year or every six months because they need to create business? You know how every six months, the hygienist always brings up the topic of "Have you been flossing". She asks with so much regularity that you wonder if she had nothing else to make conversation. If they are not asking you to do this then you must find the right dentist who does.

Without doubt the truth about the six month return visit request, is that there are some truths to be told.

As someone who is a bit anal about life, my brushing and teeth cleaning routines are more regular than clock work.