Category Archives: Common Procedures

What is the Best Electric Toothbrush for Receding Gums?

What Are Receding Gums? Sometimes, your gums can push back or even wear away, which exposes the tissue that covers the roots of your teeth. This tissue is very sensitive and could wear away itself, leaving your roots totally exposed. This in turn puts the tooth at risk of decay or painful infections, which could […]

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Treating TMJ Syndrome

What is TMJ Your jaw is connected to the skull by the temporomandibular joint, and when this joint becomes injured or damaged, this is called TMJ syndrome. Due to the complex sliding and hinge motion, the temporomandibular joint can be damaged causing symptoms varying from grinding your teeth to headaches. Causes of TMJ syndrome vary […]

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Nitrous Oxide

Many people are anxious or even fearful of going to the dentist. Some people have so much fear over dental care that they avoid getting the necessary treatments for good oral health. Nitrous oxide has been used in dentistry for decades. It produces a minimal level of sedation that is designed to help you relax […]

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More About IV Sedation

Many people have fear or anxiety about going to the dentist. IV sedation can help with those issues and make it easier to sit through a dental procedure. IV sedation is also helpful when you need a more intensive dental procedure or oral surgery to treat a dental problem. Types of IV Sedation For dental […]

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Excel Dental – IV Sedation

Does the thought of going to the dentist leave you riddled with fear, anxiety and dread? If so, relaxation through IV sedation may make your trip easier. The Experience For IV sedation, the dentist injects you with a medication to promote relaxation. You will remain conscious, but you will be less aware of what is […]

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Sedation Dentistry

Going to the dentist can be a frightening experience for some patients. They might not like someone being directly in their face or be afraid of the small needles and other instruments that are used. One solution is sedation dentistry. Faster Service Sedation dentistry enables the dentist to work faster. The patient isn’t asleep but […]

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