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Dental Anxiety?

Our practice offers oral sedation and laughing gas to help alleviate patients with dental anxiety ease their fears for a more relaxed treatment. Receive treatment for your teeth with comfort and ease when you visit our practice.

Sedation dentistry is often recommended for individuals who have:

  • Fear and anxiety of undergoing dental treatments

  • Difficulty getting numb

  • A history of trauma during dental procedures

  • Sensitive gag reflex

  • Difficulty opening the mouth

  • Complex dental issues

Sedation Options Available:

Oral Sedation

Oral conscious sedation involves the taking of a small pill about an hour before your dental treatment. Once your procedure begins, you should be in a deep state of relaxation. The pill should not cause you to fall totally asleep. In fact, you should be alert enough to communicate with our dental team at all times; however, the pill should make you feel so relaxed that you do not experience pain or discomfort during the procedure. With oral conscious sedation, you don’t have to let fear of the dentist keep you from getting necessary dental care! Please contact us today with any questions or concerns you may have about oral sedation.

Laughing Gas (Nitrous Oxide)

For reduction of mild to moderate anxiety, we commonly use nitrous oxide as a sedation options. When administered, nitrous oxide is blended with oxygen and inhaled, producing a relaxing effect that can make necessary anesthetic injections and treatment more tolerable.

During the procedure, you will remain awake, yet you should feel more comfortable and relaxed, but you will be able to respond and communicate with the doctor.

Sleep Apnea and Snoring Treatment

Sleep apnea and heavy snoring are serious conditions. Many cases of obstructive sleep apnea and snoring are caused by the relaxation of soft tissues in oral cavities which block a normal passage of air from flowing during sleep. This can cause loud snoring and complete breathing pauses that last several seconds.

Untreated sleep apnea can increase numerous health risks. It can affect both adults and children, and it often goes unnoticed unless a loved one observes an individual’s sleeping habits.

Obstructive Sleep Apnea is a serious matter as it can lead to heart problems and other health issues. It's possible you may have OSA if you snore and also suffer from any of the following:

  • Excessive daytime sleepiness

  • Irritability

  • Poor memory/confusion

  • Accident proneness

  • Night sweats

  • Morning headaches

  • High blood pressure

  • Obesity

How We Can Help

You’re probably wondering: What does my dentist have to do with all this? Snoring and sleep apnea can sometimes be treated with an oral appliance available here at our practice which is designed to hold the lower jaw forward during sleep. This repositioning of the jaw moves the tongue away from the back of the throat, reducing the potential for obstruction.

If you have any questions regarding night guards, snore guards or sleep apnea in general, please don’t hesitate to call our office and one of our friendly team members will address any questions or concerns you may have.

Bleeding Gums?

Bleeding gums can be an early sign of gum disease which is a serious infection of the mouth and can have a tremendous effect on your overall health. Periodontal (gum) disease is a disease of the supporting bone and gingiva that surround the tooth. This is the number one cause of tooth loss and is present in many adults.

The typical signs and symptoms of periodontal disease are:

  • Bleeding gums

  • Bad breath

  • Gum recession

  • Tooth mobility

  • Red or purplish gum colour

  • Bad taste in the mouth

  • Pus and discharge coming from the gums

We use LANAP, also known as Laser-Assisted New Attachment Procedure instead of the traditional and often painful surgery to treat gum disease. This means no incision or stitches! This procedure can actually reverse the harmful effects of gum disease and preserve your natural teeth.

LANAP can be performed on a wide range of patients, including those with conditions that may complicate the healing process, such as diabetes and hemophilia, as well as people who have dental implants. Overall, this option offers a faster and more comfortable treatment which is designed to target infected gums without harming the surrounding tissue.

Advantages of LANAP Treatment

The LANAP treatment process brings many different kinds of benefits including:

  • Fast recovery

  • Less pain

  • Minimum gum recession

  • Minor postoperative discomfort

  • Less bleeding

  • Reduced risk of postoperative infections

If you are suffering from gum disease and have questions concerning the LANAP treatment or if you would like to schedule a free consultation with the doctor, contact our office.

Sport Mouthguards

Excessive enamel wear and sudden trauma to the teeth can occur during the most commonplace activities, such as sleep or recreational exercise. While the need for a sports guard may not seem like an immediate concern, an unexpected sports injury can eventually require serious dental work.

We offer custom made sports guards to protect your teeth and gums while allowing a more precise fit and comfortable bite than appliances sold over-the-counter. Sports guards can be fabricated in a variety of protection levels that are designed to be a safeguard against broken or knocked out teeth, cut gum tissue, and other damage to the mouth.

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