My experience has been excellent, getting 3 fillings and all the “fine tuning” that is needed to make a job last. The care and understanding is a very good change and very appreciated, having bad experiences earlier in my life.
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Sedation Dentistry Q&A
Dentistry has changed a lot over the years. It used to be you would only go to the dentist for a filling, root canal, or teeth pain. And, since the these visits were often less than pleasant to, folks didn’t go out of their way to go to the dentist. Thankfully fear is no longer an issue and dentists can now help you with things other than your teeth.
Dental fear is prevalent in many people, as it should be, since your mouth is very sensitive – and susceptible to pain. Plus, if someone is standing over you with a sharp tool going into you mouth – it can be a bit nerve racking.
Dentists can now help you deal with dental fear through oral sedation. Sedation medication focuses on anxiety rather than localized pain like anesthesia. The most commonly recognized drug for sedation is Valium. How sedation medication is administered is up to the dentist. (It could even be started the day before the procedure.) And, of course how much you may need or which medication is best for you, are reasons to consult your neighborhood dentist.
Now, let’s say that you are not anxious about visiting the dentist, you just don’t go because you have other things to worry about, like the fact you’re not sleeping, nor is your family, because the train that is your snore, keeps everyone awake.
Though snoring is not a 100% cause or sign that you may have sleep apnea – it may be. There is a lot of information on sleep apnea available online and of course you should consult your dentist or physician if you are concerned you may have it. The point is, if you believe you have sleep apnea, your neighborhood dentist may be able to treat it. Dentists can help with sleep apnea by making a splint for your mouth called a mandibular advancement splint.
Chances are, you or someone you know, is either anxious or suffering from sleep apnea. Once you have attained the proper medical advice and find that you may be suitable for either of the above procedures, make an appointment with your dentist, they would be happy to help you find the best course of action to take.
At last found dentist that would listen to and discuss my concerns. Dentures look so realistic they cannot be told form originals!
Kudos to the entire staff.
The question we should all be asking ourselves during this holiday season, is not, “Should I really have this third piece of fruit cake topped off with a couple of snickerdoodles?” Since the holidays are meant to be joyful and filled with love and sure, to experience amazing foods, the question we should be asking ourselves is, “What happens to my teeth if I happen to over-indulge this holiday season.”
We all know that moderation is the key to a healthier lifestyle. But, you can’t just go to one holiday party either; that wouldn’t be fair. To help guide you through some of the common holiday maladies that affect our teeth, I have included some helpful hints from the American Dental Association as well as a few other holiday teeth tips.
When enjoying the 3 F’s of the holidays (Family, Friends, & Food), remember these tips:
- Eating sweet foods with meals helps neutralize acid production by increasing the amount of saliva; it helps “rinse” the food particles from the mouth;
- Try to limit snacks, focus on the main dish.
- Consider chewing sugarless gum, chewing produces saliva which helps wash decay-producing acid; and, Consider drinking fluoride-enhanced water, it may also help prevent cavities.
And, a few of my own tips…
- Hard candy or other sticky substances that stay for long periods in your mouth give more time for plaque-causing bacteria to get a foothold; and
- Rather than toasting with eggnog (sugar and fat promote decay), toast with a drink low in sugar, fat, and acidity, for example, La Croix flavored water.
Remember, questions and/or second opinions are always FREE; just call my office. From all of us here at Wellness Springs Dental, we wish you a wonderful holiday season.
Dr. Stephanie Rose, DDS | Wellness Springs Dental
3460 LIBERTY RD S SALEM, OR 97302 (503) 371-2424