When is Laughing Gas Used in Dentistry?

Although nitrous oxide has been in use for over 150 years, many patients don't even know it is an option when it comes to their dental needs. The use of nitrous oxide and dental sedation allow patients to remain relaxed during a dental procedure.

Evolution of Dentistry to Improve Patient’s Experience

Dental technology has made great strides over the years to improve a patient’s experience. Patients are now able to achieve a healthy, beautiful smile with less pain and anxiety, and fewer dentist appointments.

Is Dental Sedation the Same as Pain Management?

Although dental sedation does alter a patient’s perception of pain, its main function is to help a patient relax during the procedure. For this reason, patients often confuse dental sedation for pain management. In this blog, we will compare dental sedation and dental pain management techniques.

Pros and Cons of Laser Dentistry

Laser dentistry? It might seem like we’re talking about a dentist in a galaxy far, far away. But lasers have many practical uses in the real world and in modern medicine, including dental procedures and treatments. Here are a few pros and cons of laser dentistry to consider.

Overcoming Dental Anxiety

If you have been avoiding dental treatment, here are a few ways to overcome your dental anxiety.

Laser Dentistry is Minimally Invasive and Virtually Painless

New technology of laser dentistry and the Solea Laser is changing the way dentists are able to provide for their patients.

Nitrous Oxide Sedation (Laughing Gas) Pros and Cons

Despite its nickname, nitrous oxide (commonly called laughing gas) does not incite uncontrollable laughter. However, it is capable of helping patients relax and feel at ease during dental procedures.

Frenectomy: What You Need to Know About Tongue and Lip Tie Removal

A tongue or lip tie can affect the baby’s ability to breastfeed or even take a bottle or pacifier, but a frenectomy can help correct this.

Nitrous Oxide (Laughing Gas) at the Dentist

Nitrous oxide, usually referred to as laughing gas, is used as a conscious sedation method used to help patients relax during dental procedures.

Traditional Crowns vs. CEREC Crowns

There are two main types of dental crowns: traditional crowns and CEREC crowns. In this blog, we’ll compare the differences between the two and give you information you need to help make the best choice for your needs.

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