Anxiety, in any form, is partly about control, and it's no different with dental anxiety. Whether you faithfully head to the dentist's chair every six months, or your fear keeps you from visiting as often as you should. One primary way to decrease your dental...

Implant-supported dentures, also sometimes referred to as all-on-4 dentures, change the way patients can experience dentures. Thanks to the dental implant feature, they fit more comfortably and many patients find them more natural-looking compared to traditional dentures. If you are tired of dealing with dentures,...

It is estimated that up to 75 percent of American adults have some sort of fear or nervousness when visiting a dentist. Of that percentage, anywhere from five to ten percent have anxiety that can be classified as a dental phobia. With so many people...

Sedation dentistry has gained popularity in the last few years for many reasons. While those who are terrified of the dentist have benefited greatly, other groups of people may benefit from "sleep dentistry." Dentists offer several options to help patients relax during a procedure. No...

Everyone should be able to look in the mirror, smile, and like what they see. However, due to many factors, that is not always the case. Some of these factors are genetic, like jaw size and shape, the straightness of the teeth, or the size...

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