What to Eat While You Wait: Five Snacks to Sustain You Through a Dental Emergency
5 October 2015
Dental emergencies including broken teeth, serious toothaches and other issues can be extremely painful, and they can make it hard to eat. However, if you've made an appointment with the emergency dentist and you can't get in until tomorrow, you may need to eat a few things to sustain you through the night. Wondering what foods will work the best? Try these five items and suggestions:
Due to your teeth sensitivity, you may not want any food touching your teeth, and because of that, you should explore foods that you can eat through a straw.
Who Would Benefit From Cosmetic Dentistry?
31 August 2015
There are many benefits to be reaped from cosmetic dentistry aside from having a better smile, more confidence and self esteem, etc. With innovative, new technologies such as Invisalign orthodontic treatments and improved teeth whitening procedures, cosmetic dentistry sure has come a long way over recent years. It has now given you a way to deal with many oral health problems that could cause even greater issues later on in life.
Dental Work and Past Sexual Trauma Triggers: Things You Can Do to Help
21 August 2015
If you were a victim of sexual abuse, you may find yourself triggered at seemingly unrelated moments such as when you are in a dental chair. Actually, dental appointments can often trigger PTSD symptoms due to things such as being in a room with someone who has more power than you, being in a supine position, being unable to talk or feeling restrained.
If you are experiencing sexual abuse triggers when you are at the dentist's office, you are not alone, and there are things you can do to make the situation easier for you.
You Don't Have To Pick The Pick: The Benefits (And Drawbacks) Of Ultrasonic Scalers
28 July 2015
If you ask anybody who fears their dental appointments why they're afraid of them, it's a safe best that most of them will talk about the dental instruments involved. The vast array of picks, scrapers, drills and chisels would not look entirely out of place in a medieval torture chamber, and while the science of dentistry has advanced to such a degree that the pain and discomfort involved has been drastically reduced, these cold titanium instruments can still be a chilling sight for some.