If you become extremely nervous or anxious at the idea of visiting the dentist, oral conscious sedation may be able to help you to receive the dental treatment you need and deserve.
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Typically the dental implant process happens in multiple stages, meaning that more than one healing stage may be required. A number of other factors affect healing times including: how many teeth are being replaced and the patient’s overall health.
Sleep apnea is far more serious than just snoring. Those suffering from sleep apnea, experience frequent pauses in breathing while asleep; in fact, they’re having short bouts of suffocation! Sleep apnea can lead to a range of serious health problems if left untreated.
If you have almost finished your Invisalign treatment you’ve likely been giving a little thought to what happens next. Here’s what to expect once your treatment is complete!
Here is how you should prepare for your upcoming dental sedation procedure in order to have a safe and successful appointment.
Invisalign® aligners are removable, that means patients can take them out to eat, drink, and care for their teeth. However this can make it tempting to remove them more often than prescribed… and that’s where Invisalign® Teen compliance indicators come in.
Although dental sedation is not usually offered for regular dental cleanings or checkups, we may be able to offer it for patients who suffer from extreme anxiety.
If you're considering Invisalign for your orthodontic treatment, you might wonder what impact the aligners could have on your ability to speak. Here, our Surrey dentists offer their top tips for adjusting to speaking with your Invisalign aligners in your mouth.
For those of us with missing teeth, dentures can restore both our confidence and our smiles, as well as helping with everyday tasks such as speaking and eating. That said, getting used to wearing dentures can take some time. Here are a few tips to help you along!