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Periodontal Disease: The Warning Signs

If there is improvement, then we can reevaluate at the next hygiene visit. If their condition is staying the same, a treatment plan may be as simple as telling the patient to increase the frequency of their dental hygiene visits in your office until improvement is noted.

Nutrition and Your Oral Health

When we think about heart disease we should take the time to consider our nutrition. There are key fruits and vegetables that are especially good for your Heart and Teeth.

Sedation for Dental Surgery: Patient Comfort

Often times patients come in and they say they just want to go to sleep and wake up when the procedure has been completed. We have a medical team of board certified anesthesiologists who come to our office quite regularly. A medical anesthesiologist uses intravenous sedation, also called IV sedation, to put the patient to sleep and carefully monitor all vital signs during the procedure.