For those who are worried about how their dental appointment is going to go, staying home seems like the safer solution. Of course, we’d never recommend doing that, that’s why here at Lifetime Dental Health, sedation dentistry is a practice we are eager to implement…when it’s right for the patient. Feeling scared about going to
Dental implants are today’s solution for missing, decayed, or otherwise damaged teeth. Dentures are still available, but the security and stability of dental implants are far and away more reliable and rewarding. With the peace of mind dental implants provide, function and form are in balance, and the patient’s life is vastly improved. Long-lasting and
What is Botox? Botox is the brand name of a toxin called Clostridium botulinum, and you have most likely heard about it as a way to get rid of and prevent wrinkles on your face. But there is a long list of things a Botox injection can treat, both aesthetically and medically. In large doses,
What is pinhole dentistry? The pinhole technique is a minimally invasive procedure used to treat gum recession. Gum tissue keeps your teeth in place and prevents bacteria from reaching deeper tissue in the bony structure of your mouth. Problems such as aggressive tooth brushing, previous injuries, and genetic predisposition can cause gum recession. Gum recession
Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) has been used in many surgical settings since the mid-1990s, but more recently it has become popular in the dental industry. It is a safe, convenient, and cost-effective way to reduce post-operative pain, promote tissue and bone growth, and reduce healing time in a wide variety of oral and maxillofacial surgical settings.
If you are looking to straighten your teeth, but don’t want a mouth full of metal, you’re in luck! Today’s dental technologies have advanced, and while you can still fix crooked teeth with traditional metal braces, now you can get a straighter smile more discreetly, comfortably, and conveniently with clear aligners. What are clear aligners