How About No Sedation or G.A. in Pediatric Dentistry?
Practicing great pediatric dentistry is possible without using sedation and general anesthesia. For the vast majority of patients, this is safer and creates a happier, healthier dental experience. Here's how.   Read More
Defining the High Risk Patient- Are you prepared?
We are working on the continuing education modules for sedation dentistry. Did you know that Texas passed new legislation requiring dentists with sedation permits to have an additional 16 hours of didactic? The content is very specifically specified. Identifying the High-Risk Patient is the...  Read More
The Importance of Expanding your Dental Knowledge with Dr. William Walden, DDS
Our guest this week Dr. William Walden, a graduate of the University of Kentucky and the University of Louisville School Of Dentistry. Awarded a Fellowship in the Dental Organization for Conscious Sedation and currently practicing in Paducah, Kentucky.   Read More
Is Sedation Dentistry Your Safest Dental Care Option?
They say sedation dentistry helps patients with fear of dentists or some other difficulties to receive adequate dental care. But is it the safest option for you?The good thing about sedation dentistry is that it is very safe. Therefore, it should not be a source of concern for anyone.Sedation...  Read More
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Anxious Dental Patients May Have Good Reason
Published on Feb 1, 2017If your dental marketing isn't working well, you may be the problem. Colin describes 5 common mistakes and a solution in Patient Attraction Podcast 984.Call Us: 888.741.1413  Read More
Thinking about going to a dentist dreads all the individuals across all ages. It is because the tools and procedures performed in dental clinic convey a message of pain and discomfort to everyone. The connotations formed in mind by thinking of a dental clinic are mostly negative but dentistry has...  Read More
Thinking about going to a dentist, dreads all the individuals across all ages. It is because the tools and procedures performed in dental clinic convey a message of pain and discomfort to everyone. The connotations formed in mind by thinking of a dental clinic are mostly negative but dentistry has...  Read More
Episode 28: A Very Touching Tribute to Luke
It’s been a tough week for Josh as he tells Mike about the recent loss of his Great Dane, Luke. It was a sad day for Josh and Andrea, but sweet Luke will always be remembered and his memory cherished. On to happier subjects…the boys discuss their love for the Thanksgiving holiday. Mike...  Read More
5 Ways To Reduce Your Patients' Dental Anxiety
As dentists, we all encounter patients who aren't exactly thrilled with the idea of visiting us. In fact, many are downright afraid of sitting in that dental chair. As , we obviously cannot take it personally.With that in mind, I thought this post may be helpful for those who are just starting...  Read More
Learning to Relax at the Dentist’s Office
avails itself of every kind of technique to make your visit more comfortable and less stressful. You can even look forward to your dental work, knowing it will make you look and feel much better. People with cracked and missing teeth understand its importance and those with pain and discomfort...  Read More
Your Route to Relaxation: Sedation Dentistry
Do you have odontophobia?Odontophobia is a fear of the dentist, and this fear is a common one. It doesn't just mean fear of having a root canal or other procedures done -- some people are afraid to even go to the dentist for a routine cleaning.Sedation dentistry can help. With most types of...  Read More
What is Relaxation Dentistry?
Relaxation dentistry is highly sought after in the dental care of today because so many patients have fears and anxiety when it comes to visiting the dentist. Some patients find sitting in a dental chair with a metal object inside their mouth so unsettling they will do anything they can to put off...  Read More
Benefit of Sedation Dentist
Use Sedation Dentistry?Many people avoid having needed cosmetic dentistry in Lexington SC, because they can't seem to overcome their feelings of fear and anxiety. Caring dentists in the Lexington area are now offering treatment to help their patients overcome their apprehension by using . Using...  Read More
Sedation Dentistry Risks
The Various Sedation Dentistry RisksSedation is a necessary evil in the dentistry world as well as at dallas dentistry. Many people you come across don’t like the side effects of sedation and would rather experience the side effects than the pain of dental surgery. However, it is important...  Read More
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Four Reasons to Consider IV Sedation Dentistry
In Intravenous (IV) sedation, a drug is being administered through injecting it in order to make the patient feel like he is asleep. This type of sedation does not necessarily induce sleep; however the patient stays unconscious and could still follow the instructions from the dentist. But given...  Read More
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The Benefits of Sedation Dentistry
It’s undeniable that sedation dentistry has highly increased its popularity in today’s time. This is mainly because it offers various benefits for patients and dentists. In fact, there are patient groups that actually make use of for them to acquire dental care and for the improvement...  Read More
Take The Edge Off With Nitrous Oxide
(laughing gas) is used in dentistry as an adjunct to anesthesia. It is a gas you can breathe through a mask, colorless, with a slight smell, and works quickly and leaves the body just as quickly. It is not an anesthetic--it is an analgesic, because it raises your pain threshold in addition to...  Read More
Hypnotherapy : Alternative as an Anesthetic
I recently ran into blog talking about his interesting approaches to some things in the dental world. He believes that a dental office should feel like a living room and the least amount tools possible. He insists also that his patients have good general overall health, and has some comments that...  Read More

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