Sleep Dentistry and Wisdom Tooth Extraction
Wisdom teeth, or our “third molars”, are the last molars to make an appearance in our mouths – usually when we’re in our late teens or in our early twenties. For some, the molars never show up at all! Often, wisdom teeth will only partially erupt in the mouth (referred to as impacted wisdom teeth) […]0 Comments
Sedation Can Ease Your Dental Phobia
While our worst fears can wreak havoc on our lives from time to time, a particular phobia can be very harmful to the health of our mouths. Dental Phobia, or Dental Anxiety, is a common condition that causes sufferers to avoid visiting the dentist at all costs. Though some people may experience a normal fear […]0 Comments
I hope everyone is having a Happy Holiday! We are in the midst of family and office parties, and all the “goodies” that comes with the holidays, let me be the first to remind you to take care of your precious teeth. Here is a very good reminder of the most common mistakes that people […]0 Comments
What Do Christmas Turkeys & Dental Fear Have in Common?
Christmas is often cited as one of the most stressful times of year and I do wonder if it is actually Christmas Day its self or in fact the huge build up that causes the stress. Chatting with many of our patients it seems that whatever your religious persuasion, a day spent with family, eating nice food […]0 Comments