Regular dental visits are vitally important…not only for your oral and dental health but for your general health. You may brush, floss, and rinse – hopefully, twice a day – but if you avoid regular dental check-ups and cleanings, you may be setting the stage for periodontal disease or other health issues down the road. Regular dental cleanings by a hygienist or dentist rid your teeth of nasty disease and decay-causing plaque and tartar – the fiercest dental health foes.
Fear of the dentist is common. Many people have long-standing fears, perhaps from frightening childhood experiences or from apocryphal stories told by family or friends. Whatever the reason, if you are one the fearful, StarWhite Dental offers the perfect remedy to calm your fears. It’s called sedation dentistry.
It is safe and effective and a real breakthrough for the faint of heart.
Here’s how it works: You will be given a pill to take, at home, before your appointment, which will relax you, calm you, put you in a “twilight” sedated state, and allow you to receive your dental procedures without fear. You won’t be unconscious but will experience a soothing, emotional distance from your procedure. The dentist will carefully monitor you. You will need to arrange for transportation to and from your visit – which you will not even remember once you are home and “awake.”
We know that even making the initial phone call to book a dental appointment may be huge for you. But it’s our goal to put your mind at ease. At your consultation, we will examine your teeth, define any problem areas and carefully explain the dental procedures we recommend.
Remember: Although your teeth are designed to last a lifetime, you must care for them diligently and regularly. We want to be your Murrietta sedation dentists – and look forward to making your next dentist visit a more pleasant one! Call, today: (951) 698-4426.
A Dental implant is a tooth made of a titanium post with a replacement tooth (crown) attached to the top. Dental implants can replace a single tooth, several teeth, anchor a dental bridge, or a full arch of teeth.
If you’ve been told that you need to have one or more of your wisdom teeth removed by our dentist, you may be wondering, especially if you are not currently experiencing any painful symptoms. So, if you want your wisdom teeth removal visit StarWhite Dental.