February is Gum Disease Awareness Month, and we want to take some time to explain the importance of caring for your teeth as well as your gums. When you visit our office for a routine hygiene examination, we do more than clean your teeth and inspect for decay. We also check your gums, tongue and cheeks for indicators that you may be experiencing other issues with your oral health. Gum Disease affects approximately half of American adults. Do you know the warning signs to look for to see if you are experiencing symptoms? Continue reading to learn more.
Are you nervous about visiting our office because you are worried about being uncomfortable during your treatment? Our goal is to offer you the most comfortable dentistry available. We never want our patients to postpone or delay needed treatment out of concern for their comfort level. Continuous updates to dental technology as well as our team being diligent about continuing their education on new machinery, practices, and procedures ensure that you receive outstanding service. Interested in learning about some of the technology and treatments that we use to treat your mouth and help us prevent future damage from occurring? Read on to learn more.
Is a dental practice that keeps up with advancements in technology important to you? Your answer should be yes, because it is important to us. We believe in constantly evolving as a practice to bring you the latest and greatest in dental technology. We have recently added a new piece of technology equipment to the office to bring you more comfortable and efficient procedures. Continue reading to learn about this new addition to our office.
We pride ourselves on welcoming and providing our patients with gentle care and a great overall experience. We are also committed to the health and safety of our patients and staff. We can all remember back in March when we had to close our doors, and while it is not a fond memory, we have reopened with a number of safety measures and precautions in place to ensure that our patients and staff are as safe as possible during treatments. In addition to our current measures and precautions, we are happy to announce that we have increased the safety of the dental care we provide. Continue reading to learn about an additional safety measure recently installed in our office.
We understand that going to the dentist can sometimes be an uncomfortable experience. Thanks to modern dental technology, however, we have ways to make your treatment less invasive so you don’t have to feel anxious about your upcoming appointment. Read more to find out about how this technology works.
February is the month we love to show our appreciation to patients just like you. We care for our patients so much that we want to provide you with the most comfortable, pain free dental experience possible. Yes, that is possible! Would you like to know how we do it? Click here to learn how this cutting edge technique can save you from discomfort.
The field of dentistry has benefited greatly from advances in technology. One advance that has revolutionized many dental procedures is the air brush, or air abrasion, device. If you hate the sound of a drill, are afraid of needles, or have sensitive teeth, you will love air brush technology.
Technology is constantly helping meet patient needs by making dentistry more precise, efficient, and above all else, comfortable. Laser dentistry, or more precisely, Waterlase laser dentistry, is a technology that has revolutionized the way many procedures are performed.
We look forward to seeing you each time you visit our office. But we know that you may not be so anxious to see us because you could be one of 75% of the population that suffers from dental anxiety.
There are instruments and sounds that can trigger this fear and, sometimes, even previous bad dental experiences can leave you with a dread of the dental office. We know it can cause stress and lead you to avoid keeping your appointments, which of course isn’t good for your oral health. Click here to learn our way of helping you deal with your anxiety so you can get the care you need.
You know dental care is important (which is why you’re my patient), but you still dread your appointments. You’re good about brushing and flossing, but despite that, you could get a cavity. If you get a cavity, that means the noises, vibrations, and heat of the drill. But what if I told you there was…