Sedation Dentistry

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4 Types of Sedation Dentistry

Dental work can sometimes come with small or large amounts of pain. This can vary based on patient and procedure differences. Some patients are more sensitive to pain and may require anesthetic for certain procedures. Some procedures are more invasive than others and we may recommend an anesthetic for your treatment. When it comes to

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Sedation Dentistry: All Your Questions Answered

Sweaty palms, racing heart, tightening throat – we’ve all felt anxiety in different times throughout our lives. If you’ve encountered these feelings related to the dentist and have avoided making appointments because of them, you might have dental anxiety. Refusing to see a dentist due to stress or anxiety is referred to as “dental anxiety”

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Is Sleep Dentistry Safe for Your Family?

Millions of Americans suffer from a fear of going to the dentist, making it challenging for these individuals to receive the dental care that they desperately need to stay healthy. You may not realize it, but your dental health is tightly tied to your physical health—an overabundance of plaque on your teeth could indicate that

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Sleep Dentistry for Your Root Canal

When the pulp in one of your teeth becomes infected, you will need a root canal to stop the discomfort and to prevent the infection from spreading further. You risk developing an abscessed tooth, which can be significantly more painful if you delay the procedure. However, dental anxiety may hold you back from obtaining necessary

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East Cobb Dental Care for Anxious Patients

Our East Cobb dental office understands that dental anxiety is a common problem for people of all ages. Perhaps you had a bad experience with a dentist during a routine teeth cleaning or an oral surgery years ago and swore you would just take care of your own teeth from that point forward. The problem

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How Oral Sedation Can Relieve Anxiety

If you avoid the dentist due to anxiety, you are not alone. A huge percentage of the adults who do not get regular dental care report that they do not go to the dentist because they are anxious about the experience, but oral sedation can help with your anxiety. Here’s a closer look at how

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Sedation Dentistry Can Calm All Your Dental Fears

Many adults, not just children, are afraid to visit the dentist. This is unfortunate as it can lead to many dental problems going undiagnosed and only getting worse, making the eventual treatment not only more painful, but also more expensive. Here at Shallowford Dental we are proud of our sedation dentistry practice and want you

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