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Dental Health FAQs


Will it hurt?

There are few issues in our practice that have been the focus of as much emphasis as this one. Today, with advances in equipment and medications, our clients are much more comfortable in their treatment. Once we have a treatment plan outlined, your specific questions about discomfort and pain control can easily be answered. Above all don't put off cosmetic procedures, and certainly not needed dental care, because of past fears of pain. Give us the chance to show you what today's dentistry has to offer.

Is tooth whitening safe?

Whitening teeth with carbamide peroxide has been proven to be safe for teeth and gums. Though some patients have experienced increased tooth sensitivity, these symptoms tend to disappear within 1-3 days. In any case, any reaction should be reported immediately to your dentist. Over-the-counter bleaching kits may cause problems that you may be unaware of, such as irritation of the gums and the surrounding soft tissue. We cannot over emphasis that these types of procedures are best controlled at your dentist's office

Is there a link between gum disease and heart disease?

Evidence is now emerging that dental health may also be a significant risk for the development of coronary heart disease. Studies have found the incidence of heart disease is about twice as high in people with periodontal disease. Studies also show that diabetics with periodontal disease were three times more likely to have heart attacks than those without periodontal disease.  

Is it safe to have X-rays taken?

Some patients have concerns about the safety of X-rays, as well as the need for them in the dental office. Although X-rays and radiation sound intimidating, the amount of radiation used to expose dental X-rays is very small. In fact, the average patient may actually receive more radiation from sitting in front of the television during a year than from traditional X-rays taken at most dentists' office.Dental X-rays are an indispensable part of diagnosing your oral health.

 
 
 
During your first visit to the clinic our dental concierge will review a questionnaire with you and answer any questions you may have.
 
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