Questions for General Dentists to Ensure Your teeth Are In Good Hands

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In the quest of finding a new dentist, a lot of times we turn to family and friends for a trusted personal referral. When the information is not available, we get back to traditional search, scouring the internet for a quick search of dental practices that operate in and around our area. The search doesn’t stop there – with thousands of online reviews from patients, any potential warning signs and the job of matching the dentist with the preferred dental insurance carriers, it seems like a never ending task.

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Where Can I Get Dental Financing?

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Everyone deserves a beautiful, dazzling, healthy smile. However, there are times and situations when your budget does not allow for a huge monthly payment, getting the necessary dental treatments you may want or need for yourself or your loved ones – this big cash outlay on procedures does not seem feasible at all.

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Does A Tooth Implant Process Hurt?

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It’s a common misconception that the phrase ‘dental tooth implant’ is associated with a false tooth being implanted in your gums. What is actually implanted during the surgery is an artificial root to which the false tooth can be attached. Typically, these are small posts which are implanted into the bone of your jaw at one end and crowns at the other end – implant supported bridges or dentures are attached to them. They usually come in titanium and bonds firmly to the of the tooth socket.

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What Is Nitrous Oxide?

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Nitrous oxide, more commonly known as happy gas or laughing gas, is a safe and effective sedative agent that is mixed with oxygen and delivered to patients through a small mask that fits over their nose to help them relax during a dental treatment.  It was first discovered in 1793 by the English scientist Joseph Priestly and has been used for more than 15 years, making it one of the most widely used anesthetic in both dental and medical settings. Also known as dinitrogen oxide, it is a colorless and nonflammable gas with slight dose of sweet odor and taste.

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